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    Funding Call - Industrial Collaboration Awards (ICA)

    30/11/2017

    Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Advanced Engineering and Materials funding oppotunity for Industrial Collaboration Awards (ICA)

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    Challenges and Progress for Diversity in Science and Engineering

    30/11/2017

    The three Sêr Cymru Networks come together to celebrate and discuss diversity in science and engineering.

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    NRN AEM Newsletter

    23/11/2017

    Reflecting on the networks achievements and successes over the past three months

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    NRN AEM Academic Shortlisted for Prestigious Prize

    09/11/2017

    NRN AEM Early Career Personal Research Fellow, Dr Liyang Yue of Bangor University has been shortlisted for the prestigious Newton Prize 2017

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    Fellow joins team in winning prize for innovative ovarian cancer test

    04/10/2017

    NRN AEM fellow, Dr Sofia Teixeira, is part of the team of researchers from Swansea University who won an international award for a graphene biosensor based diagnostic test for ovarian cancer which is quicker, more accurate, less expensive and portable.

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    NRN AEM researchers develop a breakthrough microfluidic method

    01/10/2017

    NRN researchers produce a new microfluidics method that could address the production of bottleneck issues relating to the demand and cost requirements of inertial fusion energy (IFE).

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    Engineering Wales Conference-18th October 2017

    27/09/2017

    The countdown to Wales' first major engineering conference sets to bring academia and industry together to expose the engineering challenges and ingenuity's that we have here within Wales.

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    Sêr Cymru Postgraduate Conference 2017

    08/09/2017

    The second Sêr Cymru Postgraduate Conference brings together and presents the research of the PhD students within the 3 Sêr Cymru National Research Networks (NRNs). The NRN PhD students are vital to the future of Science and Engineering in Wales -  among them will be future leaders who drive Welsh research forward with major impacts for society and business.

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    The impact of the NRN AEM at the National Eisteddfod

    01/09/2017

    Reflecting on the impact the NRN AEM demonstrations had at this year's National Eisteddfod in Anglesey

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

    30/06/2017

    Francesco Mazzali of NRN project NRN140 in conjunction with Rob Philips from Energy Safety Research Institute (ESRI) at Swansea University launch a workshop to reinforce collaboration between the same disciplines.

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    NRN AEM Researcher’s PhD Thesis Recognised as Best in Europe by ECCOMAS

    13/04/2017

    NRN AEM Research Assistant, Dr Rogelio Ortigosa Martinez, has thesis recognised as best in Europe by ECCOMAS.

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    Academia - Industry Collaboration is Vital to Pushing Science Forward

    30/01/2017

    Dr Liana Cipcigan reflects on the Industrial Secondment gained through the Royal Academy of Engineering with the National Grid and the impact this relation has to science.

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    Sêr Cymru NRN in Advanced Engineering and Materials - Annual Report 2016

    20/12/2016

    The Annual Report for the Sêr Cymru NRN in Advanced Engineering and Materials 2016.

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    Inaugural Sêr Cymru Postgraduate Conference - Post Event Summary

    11/10/2016

    A look back at the launch of the Sêr Cymru Postgraduate Conference which took place on the 15th September 2016 at Swansea University's Bay Campus

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    Sêr Cymru Inaugural PhD Conference

    09/09/2016

    We launch the inaugural Sêr Cymru Postgraduate conference this month and look forward to welcoming all PhD students from across the three networks, Advanced Engineering and Materials, Life Sciences and Low Carbon, Energy and Environment as well as TWI Ltd.

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