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Engineering Network student co-ordinates collaborative workshop to broaden research knowledge between academics

Group SEW 3.jpgFrancesco Mazzali, NRN140, with Rob Philips of ESRI host Swansea's Electrochemistry Workshop (SEW)

 


 

As science in Wales continues to push boundaries in areas such as advanced engineering and materials, collaboration in research is proving essential in advancing and shaping the face of innovative science from within Welsh Universities.

This collaborative spirit was reflected this month with the launch of Swansea University’s Electrochemistry Workshop (SEW) which brought together early career researchers, including PhDs and Post Docs, as well as experienced lecturers and professors who were given the opportunity to showcase their expertise and strengthen research ideas through collaboration.
 
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Engineering Network student co-ordinates collaborative workshop to broaden research knowledge between academics

Swansea University

As science in Wales continues to push boundaries in areas such as advanced engineering and materials, collaboration in research is proving essential in advancing and shaping the face of innovative science from within Welsh Universities.

 


 

Image 1: Francesco Mazzali, NRN140, exchanging research ideas | Image 2: Dr Enrico Andreoli with Sephira Riva, NRN046 | Rob Philips of ESRI explaining research during lab tour

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