Sheffield Hallam Industry Event - Ceramics and Glass

16th July 2013

  Industry Event:  Ceramics and Glass Thursday 18 July 2013, 13:00 - 17:30 City Campus, Sheffield Hallam University Explore the opportunities for innovation using glass and ceramic materials at this inspiring half-day event.

  As a delegate, you'll hear about the latest developments in ceramics and glass from the University's Dr Hywel Jones, an expert in ceramic engineering, and Dr Paul Bingham who specialises in glass technology. You'll be able to find out how you can tap into the University's resources and expertise, and hear from companies who are already working with us to develop leading edge products and processes. The event is free to attend, and we're offering consultancy sessions with our experts and a tour of our facilities as part of the afternoon. Lunch will be provided, along with networking opportunities. Find out more and book online

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