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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS)
Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS)'s vision is to be a world-leading institute for composites research and education.
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Bristol Engineering May 17
Our , and have collaborated with artists to produce these fantastic artworks for @CreatReactBrisat exhibition 🎨 Great to see what our research can inspire 👍
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Prof Steve Eichhorn May 17
An article on the "Rise of Composites" that I wrote with colleagues in in this month's
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) May 16
Huge congratulations to Konstantina Kanari, one of our third year CDT researchers, for winning the people's choice award at the finals yesterday!
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) May 14
Big congrats to 3 academics who are up for Bristol Teaching Awards! Read more here:
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) May 9
We are recruiting for a Institute Manager! Find out more about this exciting new role here closes 26 May
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) May 8
Congrats to Research Fellow Jonathan Belnoue who won Impact Acceleration Account Funding for a project to start next month! More here:
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Fabrizio Scarpa May 7
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Bristol Engineering Apr 27
Our have helped develop a cell-welding technology that could enhance wound healing 🤕 by producing fibrin gels directly from the surface of 🧫 A reminder of the wide-ranging and amazing applications of engineering!
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ARiveroB Apr 18
Pictures from a really fun experience last month in Paris at , representing . I got to present my work and interacted with 9 other great PhD students from around the world at the Composites Challenge
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Fabrizio Scarpa Apr 19
Dome-shape auxetic cellular : manufacturing, modelling and testing work from , and Solids Mechanics Group in
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Bristol University Apr 17
"We must take radical action now" 🌎 This is why we've become the first UK university to declare a reaffirming our strong commitment to take action on
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Prof. Ian Hamerton Apr 16
I was very proud to chair two excellent sessions in the 8Th Annual ACCIS CDT Conference. Great presentations, marvellous posters, and lots of stimulating questions. Here’s to next year!
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) Apr 16
Excited to see our CDT students present their composites research at the 8th Annual ACCIS CDT Conference today
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) Apr 12
Looking forward to seeing all of our delegates next Tuesday at the 8th Annual ACCIS CDT Conference. Our students are all set to put on another impressive showcase of their high quality and diverse composites research
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Bristol University Apr 11
“It will be one of the city's most significant regeneration projects in recent history.” The first phase of public consultation for our Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus is now open! Take a look at our latest plans & share your views.
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) Apr 3
We are looking forward to welcoming Professor Ole Thomsen as Chair in Composites Design and Manufacturing !
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EPSRC CIMComp Apr 2
CIMComp has announced its annual Open Day for 2019: Thursday 12th September 2019, at the University of Nottingham Please register to attend the free open day here: We hope to see you there!
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Bristol Engineering Apr 2
How much load can this timber-concrete floor take? This material is lighter than concrete but has better sound insulation than wood, and could have a great impact on sustainable construction.
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Bristol University Mar 27
When PhD student Bethany Hickton fell and injured her spine, our counselling service and Healthy Minds programme aided her mental and physical recovery 💪
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Bristol Composites Institute (ACCIS) Mar 21
Join us at the 8th Annual Conference of the CDT in Advanced Composites for Innovation and Science (ACCIS CDT) on 16th April 2019 – register now,
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