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Connected News: Materials science centre Amber teams up with Queen's University

Amber has agreed a partnership with Queen's University of Belfast for research cooperation.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
7th September, 2014
Professor Nicholas Dunne of Queen's University with Professor Stefano Santito of Amber.

Amber, the Science Foundation Ireland-funded materials science centre based at Trinity College Dublin, has agreed a partnership with Queen's University of Belfast for research cooperation.

The deal recognises that Amber and the Polymer Processing Research Centre (PPRC) at Queen's have complementary expertise and capabilities in areas of research related to advanced materials such as processing of nanocomposites and characterisation of nanomaterials.

As a result for the agreement, the two institutions working closely with industrial partners...

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