If you work  in aerospace or automotive supply chains and have a product, manufacturing or process performance issue, B4I could be a solution. 

An unmissable roadshow is coming to the Royal College of Physicians, London on 28 February that will give delegates the chance to explore how B4I could help their company through accessing world-leading facilities for free.

The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) works with companies to help them fast-track solutions to an array of industrial challenges and runs funding through B4I programmes to help UK industry access its facilities expertise.

STFC has helped national and global players like Toyota, Bentley, Rolls Royce and Airbus as well as UK SMEs, for example conducting non-destructive strain measurements on Rolls-Royce’s Trent 1000 fan blades or understanding the charging mechanism of lithium-sulphur batteries using novel spectroscopy techniques: you company could be next.

About the B4I Roadshow

This event in the B4I roadshow series is aimed at the aerospace and automotive sectors and attendance will have the opportunity to see how B4I can help speed up manufacturing times, reduce energy output and boost productivity by solving innovation challenges. It will also have relevance for those working in the manufacturing, materials, design, Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAV), powertrain, electronics and chemistry sectors.

What B4I does

B4I gives successful applicants the chance to access advanced analytical technologies, and STFC offers supporting expertise and capabilities to companies through its large scale science facilities located at various campuses around the UK including Harwell, Daresbury and the Royal Observatory in Edinburgh.

To register your attendance to this FREE event, please follow the link provided on the right hand side