Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre Industrial Solutions Events
Posted on 14/06/2019
The University of Plymouth’s Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) is hosting a number of events between now and mid-2020 to showcase Electron Microscopy and its relevance to industry. The series of events is supported by Innovate UK, UKRI, ZEISS, Plymouth University’s Research & Innovation team and funded by ERDF.
The Industrial Solutions events showcase how Electron Microscopy could benefit your organisation, specifically within sectors identified in the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. There you can learn about PEMC’s services, existing collaborations and future opportunities. The events are open to all, but are particularly focussed on the benefits to Devon-based companies looking to develop new products, especially within the fields of advanced engineering, photonics, microelectronics, manufacturing, composites, robotics or clean energy.
The next event on the agenda takes place on Thursday 18th July at the Rolle Building, University of Plymouth, and is focussed on the healthy ageing/biomedical sector. This will demonstrate how Electron Microscopy has been used practically by industrial partners in their sector, with the PEMC team and Innovate UK providing an update on funding and collaboration opportunities. Read more about this event here.
The full list of upcoming PEMC events are outlined below:
18 July 2019: Healthy Ageing/Biomedical
18 September 2019: Marine Technology
20 November 2019: Clean Energy
12 February 2020: Geoscience
2 April 2020: Celebration event
The Plymouth Electron Microscopy Centre (PEMC) at the University of Plymouth supports academic research and commercial customers from a wide range of sectors, through its access to a suite of light microscopes, electron microscopes, imaging processing and analysis software. The facility, which allows users access to 40+ years of relevant expertise, works with organisations to explore solutions in engineering, advanced manufacturing, health, photonics, energy, microelectronics, geology and more. Find out more here.
For more information on the upcoming events, as well as a write-up on their previous event on Photonics and Microelectronics from 10th April please click here.