News in 2008

  • New Enterprise Competition 2009 23 October 2008 Do you think your business idea could be a winner? Can you put together a plan to make it happen? Do you want to get advice and feedback from people who have a track record of success? Would you like to compete for a share of a £35,000 prize fund?
  • Crack Arrest and Self-Healing in Composite Structures (CRASHCOMPS) 10 August 2008 University of Bristol (Advanced Composites Centre for Innovation and Science) and Imperial College London (The Composites Centre ) have won £1.2M four-year research award from EPSRC and DSTL to develop methods to arrest, redirect and self-heal compression fracture in composite structures.
  • Bristol Engineers Claim Victory in Enterprise Competition 30 June 2008 Congratulations to Asa Morris, Tom Rendall and Chris Allen who won the £10,000 University of Bristol Enterprise Competition 2008 at last night's RED Enterprise Dinner.
  • ACCIS Annual Conference 11 June 2008 On Wednesday 9th July, ACCIS held its 2008 Annual Conference. Colleagues from industry, universities and research organisations were invited to join us to learn more about some of the exciting composites research being carried out here.
  • Aerospace Engineering Interacts with China through ‘Plan 111’ 6 February 2008 Prof. Friswell and Dr. Peng were invited to the School of Aeronautical Science and Engineering at Beihang University for research collaboration in intelligent structures and advanced composites through ‘Plan 111’.
  • Dento-Munch: a robotic dental testing simulator 17 January 2008 A novel dental robot and a 3D Optical Scanner invented by Dr Kazem Alemzadeh of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bristol were featured twice recently in New Scientist.
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