Advanced ceramics are referenced in this article from I.M3, which discusses at the launch of a new Material Science Technologist degree apprenticeship.
Breaking down the barriers to innovation is one of the key reasons two leading ceramics businesses have joined the Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group (MICG). Mantec Technical Ceramics and PCL Ceramics are the newest members of the group, which aims to place the Midlands on a unique footing as a global centre for advanced technical ceramics.Continue reading “Innovation attracts businesses to MICG”
Sheffield Hallam University has launched a new materials science technologist degree apprenticeship – the first of its kind in the UK. The new programme, developed in partnership with industry leaders, will give prospective apprentices the chance to be at the forefront of developing new material innovations that can drive businesses forward, from metals and ceramicsContinue reading “Hallam Launches Unique Materials Science Technologist Degree Apprenticeship”
The deadline is looming for Midlands businesses to take part in a research project which will help position the region on the global stage in the field of advanced ceramics. A survey from the Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group has been launched to help gather information from business which will shape plans for the future. TheContinue reading “Final Call for Midlands Businesses to Support the Future of Advanced Ceramics”
A group looking to position the Midlands as a world leader in advanced ceramics is undertaking a research project to engage the wider business community in the process. According to the Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group, placing the region at the heart of the international advanced ceramics sector will ultimately contribute towards growth of 4,200 jobsContinue reading “Research Project to Support the Future of Advanced Ceramics in the Midlands”