More Scottish technological expertise!


Again, in Insider, yesterday:

The University of Strathclyde is part of a multi-million investment in a research hub to aid the development of electrified vehicles, planes, wind turbines, industrial machinery and consumer devices. The university’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) and department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering will form the Scottish arm of The EPSRC Future Electrical Machines Manufacturing Hub. It will combine expertise in electrical machines and manufacturing for the first time, aiming to “put the UK [sic] at the forefront of an electrification revolution”. The hub will work with industry on addressing key manufacturing challenges, designing new electrical machines with improved performance for the aerospace, energy, automotive and premium consumer sectors.’

Again, it’s been some time since I reported on Scottish expertise so see:

Scotland’s oil and gas expertise will aid and earn abroad

Scottish offshore expertise at the fore, again

Scotland’s solar energy expertise shines () again

Scottish Subsea expertise to make billions raising World War 1 and 2 wreck cargoes

Scottish expertise produces breakthrough in ‘out-of-autoclave’ manufacturing

Scotland’s sub-sea expertise earns £15 million research fund to work with Japan

Scotland’s world-leading expertise to the fore again in India and Bangladesh

Scotland’s tidal energy expertise to help poor communities in South-East Asia

Scotland’s European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) to be test centre for 3 out of 6 new EU-funded offshore renewable energy projects as our expertise begins to earn billions

Scotland’s expertise in renewable power generation now worth billions



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