Polymer Superpowers Event at WMG, University of Warwick

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The second of our Polymer Innovation Network events is taking place on the evening of the 12th February. With already 50 attendees registered to attend, the event will offer professionals in the plastics industry the chance to network, discuss project successes and hear from some of the leading researchers and industry figures in the field. 

Speakers at this event include Paul Neale from Made in the Midlands' company of the year Automotive Insulations, Mike Hanney from Polymer Optics, Dr Claire Dancer from WMG and Matt Pope, who has developed the first plastic trombone. 

WMG's Polymer Innovation Network is relevant to a range of organisations working with polymers, from injection moulders to paint and coatings manufacturers. The network meets every quarter. The meeting on 12th February follows the University of Warwick's afternoon Polymer Club meeting run by the University's Chemistry Department. 

For more information and to register visit: https://polymerinnovationhome.eventbrite.co.uk