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Gallery Space, Ground Floor, Design Building

With advances in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) disciplines offer opportunities for designers to propose and make products with advanced, enhanced and engineered properties and functionalities.There is a need for designers to make things that are smarter, make our lives easier, better and simpler and the issue is how to maximise the potential for exploiting opportunities offered by STEM developments and how best to enable designers to strengthen their position.

Please join us for an exhibition of 3D and 4D additive micro-fabrication driven by the need to create new pathways for :

  • Regenerative medicine and Human repair
  • Sustainable natural as opposed to synthetic consumer packaging materials
  • Towards material systems for genuine wearable technologies

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Gallery Space, Ground Floor, Design Building
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne

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