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The HTRC is a joint collaboration between the University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce to enable production-scale research and experimentation.
"Drawing on the University of Birmingham’s outstanding research base, this new facility will create a step-change in research capability in the UK which will directly benefit the manufacturing sector of the economy and enhance the economic competitiveness of the region. We are delighted to be strengthening our long-standing partnership with Rolls-Royce, one of the UK’s flagship companies."
Professor Sir David EastwoodVice-Chancellor, University of Birmingham
Posted on 06 July 2017
The University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce celebrated their joint collaboration to establish a High Temperature Research Centre (HTRC) with an official opening today (Thursday 6 July).
Posted on 19 December 2016
The High Temperature Research Centre at the University of Birmingham has recently signed a new partnership agreement for an EPSRC Programme Grant.
Posted on 23 November 2016
Mark Pawsey, Conservative MP for Rugby, visited the High Temperature Research Centre (HTRC) on Thursday 10 November 2016 to see the latest developments in the innovative manufacturing facility.
Posted on 21 May 2015
The University of Birmingham's High Temperature Research Centre has announced that Professor Nick Green has taken up his new position as Director.
Posted on 07 March 2014
The University of Birmingham and Rolls-Royce celebrated their joint collaboration to establish a High Temperature Research Centre (HTRC) when the University's Vice-Chancellor Professor David Eastwood and Rolls-Royce Director of Research and Technology Ric Parker 'broke ground' at the Centre's new site at Ansty Park, near Coventry.