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Ultraform

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Component manufacturer. Our services revolve around the production and supply of custom parts.

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University of Derby

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We are a University of first choice for students who want a caring, aspirational environment where they can equip themselves for the career they choose.

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University of Edinburgh

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University of Nottingham

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University of Southampton

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We can help you to:

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University of Surrey (School of Engineering)

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We are providers of short courses of one-week duration in a range of topic areas in Advanced Materials Technology, including courses on Composite Materials. We also conduct research on composite materials concerned with processing, mechanical properties and structural behaviour of a variety of fibre-reinforced materials.

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UPM

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Fibre- and biomass-based businesses, recyclable raw materials and products are cornerstones of UPM’s business. UPM integrates bio and forest industries and builds a sustainable future across six business areas: UPM Biorefining, UPM Energy, UPM Raflatac, UPM Paper Asia, UPM Paper ENA (Europe and North America) and UPM Plywood.

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UTC Aerospace Systems, Actuation Systems

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Composite Products

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UTC Aerospace Systems

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Our composites are exceptionally strong, durable and lightweight, requiring little maintenance. An alternative to metals and alloys, our composites deliver significant operating cost savings, reduce energy use and emissions, and open up new possibilities in design. They also reduce part count without compromising strength or durability by being easier to form into complex shapes.

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