The Nuclear Futures Institute at Bangor University was established in late 2017 to accelerate advances in nuclear research, training and technologies for the North Wales region. Nuclear energy has played a key role in the area for many decades and the end of the Magnox era has opened up great new opportunities with two exceptional nuclear licensed sites: Wylfa and Trawsfynydd. Funded through WEFO, the NFU has built extraordinary facilities that are being used by leading industry stakeholders to aid nuclear technology development. There is a growing research team consisting of masters students, industry sponsored PhD students, post-doctoral researchers with early career and seasoned academics led by Prof. Bill Lee.
ASTUTE 2020 (Advanced Sustainable Manufacturing Technologies) is working with the manufacturing industry across Wales to enable greater levels of business innovation in future manufacturing technologies. Through demand-led industry-academia collaboration, the multi-university partnership ASTUTE 2020 is supporting industry by applying advanced engineering knowledge to manufacturing challenges by strengthening knowledge and expertise to create higher value goods and services and improve efficiency, aiming to drive productivity and growth within the industry.
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