Last few spaces: 3D printing innovation community meeting
08 Jul 2019
There are a few spaces left for the 3D Printing innovation community meeting on Thursday 18 July. Make sure you register your space
The Research Lifecycle Programme would like to invite current users and interested researchers to a lunch meeting to discuss the use of 3D printing in research across the University.
The idea of this community is to share experiences and common interests and discuss ways in which we can work together to better use available resources and generate a community that can collaborate internally and apply for research funding collectively.
The first meeting will be on Thursday, 18 July at 1pm in room 4.38 in the Simon Building.
A forum has been set up on Slido for ideas to make the community thrive and any questions. If you are interested in the topic of 3D printing, we encourage you to get involved in the discussion, even if you can't physically attend. The purpose of this is so that discussions and ideas on the way forwards are driven by the community.
Simply visit www.slido.com and type in #3DPRINT in the event code to join the discussion. Posts can be left anonymously or with your name.
For more information and event registration, visit: