CPI partners in European project to commercialise nanomaterials
The Wilton-based Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is one of ten European partners launching a major project which aims to commercialise nanomaterials.
The PilotManu project is funded by the European Commission and aims to lower barriers to the market for use of advanced materials by scaling-up the current research into an industrial ‘pilot line’.
CPI will play its part in aiding market analysis and economic assessments from the North East, with the aim to demonstrate the viability of the pilot line.
Manufacturing of advanced materials and nanomaterials typically suffers from low productivity and high cost, and the PilotManu aims to eliminate this.
The European Commission has identified the need to scale-up manufacturing of such materials.
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Tom Keighley .
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