23rd October 2019, The Hide, Sheffield, UK
This industrial summit is an international platform for market representatives, third sectors and academia to hear about the latest innovations in sustainable processing of plastics inspired by nature.
The summit will also provide plenty of opportunities to network, exchange knowledge and share best practice.
The event is hosted by FLow Induced Phase Transitions (FLIPT), a European Commission H2020 Future Emerging Technologies OPEN project. FLIPT brings together researchers and industrialists from across the EU in an effort to reduce, refine and redesign how we produce and use plastic materials.
Conference attendance is FREE, with lunch provided as well as a post-Conference networking dinner in the evening.
Please sign up here
Using the password “silk”
For further information about the project please visit our website
We want this to be an exciting and engaging forum for all, so please feel free to forward this to colleagues and contacts with an interest in this current, interesting and important topic area.
Please do not hesitate to contact Lucy Elam, 0114 222 5998 or email email@example.com directly if you have any questions.
Date: Thursday 24th October
Time: 17.30 – 20.00
Venue: Saw Grinders Union
Join us at Saw Grinders Union for our MD Club Autumn Social. This event is an excellent chance to explore partnerships and knowledge exchange between Sheffield City Region businesses and academics from both Sheffield universities.
Nestled in one of Sheffield’s oldest industrial districts, this social event will be hosted at Saw Grinders Union, a selection of warming food will be provided, along with the opportunity to hear MD Club success stories and to experience interactive teaser sessions for our next event focused on food sustainability.
100% of attendees rated our last social as either ‘Excellent’ or ‘Very Good’
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Pitch-In are hosting a Sheffield IoT Meetup on October 2nd. The aims of the event are to:
- Create a vibrant group around IoT and cybersecurity that enables individuals and organisations to share their capability and stimulate discussion and collaboration (sales-type pitches are discouraged).
- Enable real-world IoT applications, through facilitating technology research/development and commercial progress.
- Help position Sheffield as a leading IoT centre and lay the groundwork for larger events/activities that reinforce this reputation
The event is open to those interested in the Internet of Things.
You can register here