The University of Birmingham has been awarded ERDF funding for Phase 2 of the highly successful ARLI collaborative research project to deliver smart, sustainable and inclusive growth in West Midlands LEP areas The project links local SMEs in the low-carbon sector with cutting edge research and global expertise to deliver innovative low-carbon products and services from a variety of waste streams. There is a need for a highly qualified Technical Research Officer at the University to support SMEs by providing enterprise support and research and development collaboration to develop effective alternatives to the use of natural raw materials or to utilise waste streams to provide added value. Working closely with researchers and industry partners at the University of Birmingham and beyond, the successful applicant will develop applied methodologies and processes for materials companies. The role will involve planning, developing, testing and delivering research and development using a range of methods / facilities dedicated to the ARLI project. Applications to apply for the role ends 3 March.
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