Interested in a Partnership (University of Sheffield)

Created on 06 Apr 2016
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The Department of Materials Science & Engineering has a strong track record in collaborative research, with research income of ~£10M We are always interested to discuss collaborative research or training opportunities in the areas of metal alloys, 3D manufacture, biomaterials and biocompatible materials. polymer nano-composites, electroceramics, magnetic materials, cements, glasses and nuclear waste immobilisation.


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