AMOS results were presented at the launch of the Nuclear AMRC Midlands in Derby.
Around 150 regional manufacturers and stakeholders attended the launch event at the iHub on Wednesday 13 February, to experience the state of the art in manufacturing R&D in the Nuclear AMRC's new workshops, and join high-level speakers from industry and government to discuss the challenges ...
University of Sheffield staff helped girls from Sharrow School in Sheffield develop a taste for engineering, with a hands-on challenge involving chocolate welding.
Twenty girls visited the Nuclear AMRC as part of the Stem Ambassador programme to encourage young people to study science, technology, engineering and maths-based subjects and consider related careers.
Udisien Woy, from the University of Sheffield presented the results to date at Aerodays 2019 in Bucharest. After giving an update on the project's progress, she also participated in at round-table discussion on innovative manufacturing and maintenance, repair and overhaul.