£9.2m for 'Advanced Manufacturing'
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The Engineering Department is a member of a six institute consortium who have been awarded £9.2M by EPSRC to support the Innovative Electronics Manufacturing Research Centre (IeMRC) to February 2015.
The project will contribute to the UK's "Advanced Manufacturing" agenda by delivering new manufacturing technologies to the industrial sector.
There will be a strong focus towards 'value-added' manufacturing and high value products together with methods of integrating new technologies and enhanced functionality into today's electronic systems.
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