Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Motors European Technical Centre, Warwick Manufacturing Group and the Higher Education Funding Council England to Establish 30,000-Square-Metre National Automotive Innovation Campus at Warwick University
Sep 25 13
Jaguar Land Rover along with Tata Motors European Technical Centre, Warwick Manufacturing Group and the Higher Education Funding Council England are working together to establish 30,000-square-metre National Automotive Innovation Campus at Warwick University. The new R&D centre reflects the next stage in JLR's long-term research strategy and complements the automaker's existing R&D sites in Gaydon and Whitley. The centre is expected to eventually have 1,000 researchers, academics and engineers working on advanced powertrain facilities and latest advanced design, visualisation and rapid prototyping technologies.
University of Warwick Presents at 2nd Annual Banking Research Conference, Sep-23-2013
Sep 22 13
University of Warwick Presents at 2nd Annual Banking Research Conference, Sep-23-2013 .
Element Six Engineers DIAFILM EA in Collaboration with the University of Warwick
Mar 18 13
AT PITTCON 2013, Element Six announced that it has engineered DIAFILM EA (Electroanalysis grade) in collaboration with The University of Warwick. The free-standing, solid boron doped microwave chemical vapor deposition (CVD) diamond electrode is expected to transform sensing technologies, allowing the development of next generation advanced electroanalysis sensing systems to benefit the biomedical, environmental, food, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries. DIAFILM EA benefits from being chemically inert and stable, overcoming long-term stability issues in the harshest of environments such as in corrosive and elevated temperature and pressure operations. In many of the most demanding of electroanalysis applications, DIAFILM EA has the ability to perform thousands of cycles, whereas other electrode materials only survive a single use. This is combined with high phase purity and optimum levels of conductivity, enabling the high level of sensitivity, selectivity and responsiveness. With the introduction of the new DIAFILM EA, Element Six is now actively collaborating with commercial partners to enhance electrochemical sensing applications leveraging the proven performance of this next generation sensing material. With the widest solvent window of any electrode material, and the lowest background current and capacitance, DIAFILM EA is expected to transform the business economics of electroanalytical sensing systems and technologies. The synthetic diamond technical work was completed by the Element Six R&D team based at Ascot in the United Kingdom, and is a result of more than 15 years of research and development. Electrochemical characterization testing of DIAFILM EA was carried out by the Electrochemistry and Interfaces Group in the Department of Chemistry, at the University of Warwick.