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NetComposites Launch Innovative Forums for Composites Engineering Exhibition 2013

09 April 2013

NetComposites will be running 5 innovative forums at the Composites Engineering Exhibition held at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, on the 12 and 13 November 2013.

This year’s topics will be:

  • Biocomposites
  • Sustainability & Recycling
  • Thermoplastic Composites
  • Nanocomposites
  • Non-Destructive Testing

Forums are designed to give an insight into the current industry trends highlighting any innovations or industry challenges.

Chris Hare, NetComposites Technical Manager, commented on the forums, “The composites industry has seen a wave of innovation over the last decade. NetComposites are actively involved with developing new materials and processes and prides itself on providing forums that are focussed on disseminating this information. Topics have been carefully selected to reflect the latest technologies in new materials, new combinations of materials, testing, design and, above all, innovation.”

Anyone interested in submitting a paper to the above forums is requested to do so by 1st June. This can be done by emailing events@netcomposites.com.





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