AMRICC was founded on and will be sustained through partnerships – with industry, academia and other stakeholders.

The Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership – Committed to further developing economic prosperity in the local area, building on its reputation as a key location for materials technology, this organisation has worked with the Founding Investors to set up AMRICC and to firmly establish it as a central part of Stoke-on-Trent’s Enterprise Zone – the Ceramic Valley.

AMRICC is currently in negotiations with a number of the world's leading universities to create a formal academic partnership to offer industrial PhDs and MScs to students who will join this unique facility.

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£18.27 Million Investment Puts Midlands Firmly on the Map for Advanced Ceramics

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  • Direct financial return on investment via shareholder dividends through IP royalties and potential development contracts
  • Early access to ‘world beating’ technologies
  • 20% discount on development contracts
  • Preview of developing ‘commercial technocrats’ and priority opportunity to offer employment.