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10th March, 2020
Research undertaken at WCPC, funded by EIS and SMART Expertise Wearable Technology Insights Posted on March 5, 2020 External Company Press Release English Institute for Sport Contract Awarded Haydale, the global advanced materials group, is pleased to announce that, following its contract announcement on 18th September 2018, it will now collaborate with the English Institute for […]
18th June, 2019
Brobygrafiska, Swansea University, Welsh Center for Printing and Coating, icmPrint, Sweflex and FTA Europe conducted an international Masterclass from June 10-13 at Brobygrafiska in Sunne. Masterclass for experienced graphic artists gives the participants understanding and skill to get the most out of the flexo printing method by mixing latest research and “best practice”. This is […]
21st March, 2019
A research team of materials engineers and performance scientists at Swansea University has been awarded £1.8 million to develop new products – in areas from the motor industry to packaging and sport – that make use of micro and nano materials based on specialist inks. One application already being developed is specialist clothing that will […]
6th June, 2018
Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford has announced a £3.2m initiative to help Welsh businesses pioneer cutting-edge nano and micro technologies. The scheme, which is led by Swansea University’s Centre for Nano Health and Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating and Cardiff University’s Institute for Compound Semiconductors, will offer expertise and state-of-the-art facilities to companies developing new […]
26th May, 2016
The Welsh Centre for Printing and Coating (WCPC) and Swansea Univeristy’s College of Engineering has partnered with NovaCentrix to install a specialist system to cure printed electronic inks.
26th February, 2015
Swansea University has entered into a five year exclusive pipeline agreement with Haydale Graphene Industries plc
8th July, 2013
Swansea University’s impressive track record in delivering collaborative research projects to produce cutting-edge technologies across South Wales was recognised today (July 5th) with a visit from Minister for the Economy, Science and Transport Edwina Hart.
17th August, 2011
Welsh scientists intend to use the latest printing technologies to develop a low cost biosensor capable of diagnosing a range of health conditions.