News and Press Releases from Materials Processing Institute.
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New Demonstrator Space and expertise available to support businesses with the commercialisation of technology
The SME Technology Centre has been set up to help businesses by supporting them to develop, commercialise and improve technology. This support includes on-site pilot plant, scale up and demonstrator facilities enabling businesses to test, develop and demonstrate new technologies without the risks associated with full scale production.
14 December 2015
Materials Processing Institute visits Slovakia to offer advice to the Slovakian Government on Research
Chris McDonald has recently returned from Slovakia where he advised the Slovakian Government about setting up a similar research model for the country.
1 December 2015
Chris McDonald, Chief Executive Officer, of Materials Processing Institute was invited by BBC Radio Coventry & Warwickshire to discuss the importance of research and what this brings to the steel industry.
10 November 2015
The Materials Processing Institute is exhibiting at Advanced Engineering 2015, taking place today and tomorrow at the NEC, Birmingham (Stand D42).
4 November 2015
Chris McDonald, the Chief Executive Officer of Material Processing Institute visits and lectures at Wuhan University of Science and Technology, China
In the morning of 20 October 2015, Chris McDonald, the Chief Executive Officer of Materials Processing Institute of UK visited our university (Wuhan University of Science and Technology (WUST) China) and gave a lecture entitled "Steel Continuous Casting Technology - Facing Future Challenges" in a symposium held in the 6560 Lecture Hall in the School of Materials and Metallurgy.
27 October 2015
Chris McDonald, Chief Executive Officer took time out of his busy schedule in China to discuss opportunities in the Chinese market for UK companies and the importance of developing relationships with Chinese business to add value to our own UK enterprises.
21 October 2015
Read regular news updates from our CEO, Chris McDonald, in his Steel Conference & Business Diary, live from China.
19 October 2015