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SORALUCE to support the evolution of the energy sector in partnership with the Nuclear AMRC

SORALUCE to support the evolution of the energy sector in partnership with the Nuclear AMRC

"Nuclear ARMC news" magazine

A long term agreement brings SORALUCE into partnership with the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Center (Nuclear AMRC) to push forward the development of manufacturing processes for civil nuclear and other innovative energy sectors.

The Nuclear AMRC was established in 2009 to combine the knowledge, practices and expertise of manufacturing companies with the capability of universities. It is led by the University of Sheffield with support from The University of Manchester Dalton Nuclear Institute. Over 40 companies have joined the Nuclear AMRC as members, from reactor providers and top-tier suppliers to providers of specialist equipment and services. Read more

AMRC holds its board meeting at IK4-IDEKO facilities and visits DANOBATGROUP

ARMC  en las instalaciones deIK4-IDEKO y DANOBATGROUP

AMRC at IK4-IDEKO and DANOBATGROUP

The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), established by the University of Sheffield together with Boeing, Rolls-Royce and other top-level industrial partners, have met today at Elgoibar to hold its board of directors meeting.

The centre, which is the European benchmark for research in the aeronautics sector, has decided to move one of its two annual director's meetings to the Basque country to get to know at first hand the capabilities in Advanced Manufacturing locally; the Basque Government is firmly committed to this area, within the framework of the RIS3 strategies for smart specialisation, in order to make industry more competitive at an international level. Read more