Rolls-Royce and Strathclyde staff standing together. Left to right: Lindsay Gardner – Senior Business Partner, Rolls-Royce; Matthew Maynard, University of Strathclyde; Nigel Bird - Executive Vice President, Rolls-Royce; Jacqueline Redmond, Executive Director, PNDC, University of Strathclyde; Gillian Docherty, Chief Commercial Officer, University of Strathclyde; Rob Watson, Head of Civil Aerospace, Rolls-Royce; Gordon Hutcheson, Manufacturing Executive, Rolls-Royce; and Derek Boyd, Project Director, University of Strathclyde.

The University of Strathclyde is to establish a new innovation hub within the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland. This will support the journey to deliver a sustainable net-zero economy by accelerating the development and deployment of technology supporting decarbonisation.

An agreement has been signed with Rolls-Royce which will see Strathclyde develop the new facility within the company’s Inchinnan plant to enable the University to scale-up its wide-ranging collaboration activities with industry partners across sectors such as heat, transport and power electronics.



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