Creating a cleaner future...
We put the environment at the heart of everything we do to help create a cleaner future and sustainable global economy. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach across the full technology supply chain, our focus is to develop sustainable materials and manufacturing processes to combat environmental damage.
We have a strong track record in materials engineering, chemistry, economics, chemical engineering, sustainable materials and processes, polymer processing, Life Cycle Analysis (LCA), environmental science and microbiology. You will benefit from our strong interdisciplinary links with other departments across the full technology supply chain, plus supporting skills such as assessing environmental footprints, supply chain management and economics.
Through our knowledge of symbiotic and green manufacturing, we will work with you to understand the damage being done to the environment and develop materials and processes to combat this.
We support thinking that assists in the use of waste and sustainable materials in new product development.
We have strong links with industry and government plus other relevant partners and funders, having collaborated with companies on a number of projects in the automotive, motorsport, construction, medical, luxury goods, waste management and energy sectors.
You will benefit from our strong interdisciplinary links with other departments across the full technology supply chain, plus supporting skills such as assessing environmental footprints, supply chain management and economics.
We lead this unique collaboration between the Universities of Warwick, Exeter, and Cranfield, working to address industry-driven research challenges around sustainability, while training the research engineers and entrepreneurs of the future.
Supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), we are able to bring together diverse areas of expertise, and access cutting edge facilities from three leading Universities, to collaborate with industry in tackling today’s evolving issues, and future challenges.