The official launch of The AMRICC Centre took place on 14 February 2024
The new AMRICC website was launched in January 2024
Two Staffordshire manufacturers are among the early adopters of a pioneering new £10 million facility
A state-of-the-art facility, developed to help the Midlands secure a global position in the multi-billion-pound international advanced ceramics sector, is launching in the region.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) has welcomed MICG members, AMRICC and Lucideon, as organizational members.
The Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group has secured £18.27 million in government funding provided through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places Fund (SIPF), to put the area firmly on the map as a global centre for advanced ceramics.
A new degree apprenticeship targeting the next generation of materials scientists and engineers is welcoming its first students this year.
Hallam launches unique materials science technologist degree apprenticeship - the first of its kind in the UK.
A new degree apprenticeship will help open-up opportunities for trainees in materials science across the UK. After two years in development, the Materials Science Technologist (Level 6) Degree Apprenticeship is now approved and ready for delivery.
A new degree apprenticeship targeting the next generation of materials scientists and engineers has been agreed. Students could be starting the Materials Science Technologist programme as soon as September 2019.
The scale of support for a degree apprenticeship centred around training the next generation of materials scientists and engineers has helped achieve a positive outcome for the proposal.
Two leading universities have pledged support for a next generation training programme, designed to meet the needs of the materials scientists and engineers of the future.
Plans to develop a Degree Apprenticeship to bridge a skills gap in materials science and engineering have taken a significant step forward.
Employers are invited to contribute to a proposed training programme which will draw on industry perspective to shape a new generation of materials scientists.
Members of the Lunar Society saw first-hand how the city is utilising its manufacturing skillset within the Potteries industry as a springboard to take ceramics and materials into a new technological era.
The head of a new £30 million advanced materials facility has welcomed the Government’s bid to support innovation with billions of pounds in funding for scientific research and development.
Science and industry in the Midlands has received a significant boost after a pioneering £30 million advanced materials facility announced a collaboration with three universities at its launch event.
A new £30 million ground-breaking facility, which will revolutionise the way industry brings new materials to market, was launched on 7 October 2016.
The new leader of Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire’s pioneering £30 million advanced materials facility is looking to capitalise on the region’s historical expertise in steel and ceramics to create a centre for scientific breakthrough.
Join Cathryn Hickey, Chief Executive, AMRICC, Tony Kinsella, Chief Executive, Lucideon, and our keynote speakers at the launch of AMRICC.