TARRC and Rubber Consultants at Materials Research Exchange 2018



TARRC and Rubber Consultants exhibited at the Materials Research Exchange 2018 from 12th-13th March at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London, UK.

TARRC and Rubber Consultants were very busy on stand 67 over the two days and had an unprecidented number of enquiries on our services for the polymer and associated industries that exceeded our expectations. The MRE 2018 event, organised by Innovate UK, attracted over 1300 delegates, 75 speakers and 70 exhibitors. The event was proud to showcase the richness of UK materials research and innovation and provided an ideal opportunity to absorb current trends and future innovations.

TARRC and Rubber Consultants at Materials Research Exchange 2018

The UK is an acknowledged global hub of excellence in materials research and know-how. The importance of advanced materials as one of the technologies for future growth will propel the UK economy to future success.

MRE 2018 demonstrated the groundbreaking new materials and processes to industry to accelerate the process of taking these through to commercialisation. MRE2018 was a unique two day exhibition and conference, which showcased the richness of the UK materials innovation and provided an excellent platform to help develop commercial success of UK-generated materials research and innovation.



TARRC's Dr Marina Fernando was one of 13 exhibiting companies who gave a short presentation on their company. Dr Fernando's presentation highlighted the fire retardant material Natural-FR and the services of Rubber Consultants.

TARRC's MDr Marina Fernando presenting at MRE 2018

If you were unable to make it to the exhibition but still would like us to help you with sourcing products or our consultancy then please contact Gail Reader greader@tarrc.co.uk or call +44 (0)1992 584966 ext 2079.


For more information about the Materials Research Exchange 2018 please visit their website: www.mre2018.co.uk

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