Chemical Behaving Badly 2
An EPSRC and Industrial Consortium concerned with optimal design of batch reactors using in-process measurement and advanced modelling techniques. It works in measurement and modelling across the length scales relevant to pharmaceutical and inorganic fine chemical production. For further information visit: www.engineering.leeds.ac.uk/ipse/cbb2/
Nexia Solutions Research Alliance
A University Research Alliance with BNFL concerned with the science and technology of particle science related to the nuclear processing industry. It is one of four BNFL alliances in the UK and is unique In its focus on particle science.
The Virtual Centre for Industrial Process Tomography is an industrially led consortium applying various process tomographic sensing techniques for visualising flow and processes within pipes and reactions vessels. VCIPT runs the International World Congress Series in Process Tomography.
The ACORN consortium of the IMPACT Faraday is a collaboration between universities and companies focussed on innovative nanoparticle research funded by DTI and administered by EPRSC. Leeds is one of the largest recipients of consortium funds under this scheme.
The Nanomanufacturing Institute is an interdisciplinary institute working across the University of Leeds focusing upon highly integrated projects that seek to deliver practical routes for the discovery and design of industrial manufactured nanostructured materials for the consumer products sectors.
Nanofactory helps accelerate innovation and create commercial opportunities in micro & nano technologies by leveraging the world-class expertise offered by the Universities and businesses in the United Kingdom's Yorkshire & Humber region. The project is a collaboration between the University of Leeds with the Universities of Bradford, Huddersfield, Sheffield, York and Sheffield Hallam University part-funded under the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The Minerals and Metals Mining Processing consortium is funded by EPSRC to develop stimulate new research programme and encourage new practices for creative and sustainable uses of materials. It is managed by the Industrial Centre of Particle Science and Engineering with the Mineral Industry Research Organisation and several university partners.
Intellisense is a long-term partnership between Malvern Instruments and the University of Leeds that brings together the expertise of the internationally renowned research teams at the Institute of Particle Science and Engineering at Leeds, and the extensive scientific, technical and commercial skills within Malvern.
Institute of Process Research & Development
The Institute of Process Research and Development (iPRD) is an interdisciplinary institute working across the University of Leeds. It is comprised of experts from the field of chemistry and engineering working closely with the fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries to develop technology which can improve manufacturing processes and thereby impact on costs, quality, productivity, waste and energy.