Upcoming Exhibitions 2019
Engineering Materials Live is a specialist UK exhibition meeting the needs of engineers tasked with sourcing and specifying plastic mouldings, composites, prototyped parts and advanced engineering materials - and it is all FREE to attend!
Past Exhibitions 2019
11th - 12th September
RWM is at the key trade event for the resource management industry in Britain. Over 500 exhibitors and more than 12,000 visitors from the Waste, Energy, Water, Renewables and Recycling industries will be attending RWM 2019 to network with colleagues, to learn from experts and to source the latest environmentally sound solutions for their organisations.
We look forward to demonstrating the latest handheld Niton materials analysers to help you recycle and reprocess metals and plastics quickly, accurately and reliably on site.
3rd - 5th September
Materials Testing 2019 will take place from 3-5 September in Telford, UK and promises to be bigger and better than ever. More than 40 exhibitors from countries around the world have already signed up, with the final number expected to be around 70.
Materials Testing 2019 is free of charge for visitors, who will benefit not only from a concentration of materials testing innovation and excellence, but also from an enhanced programme of talks and seminars in the exhibition hall, covering practical aspects of NDT and related technologies.
10th - 11th July
Niton UK will be exhibiting at The Advanced Materials Show at The Telford International Centre, Shropshire, on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th July 2019.
The Advanced Materials Show is Britain’s only event dedicated to high-performance materials technology, innovation, design and use. Over 3,000 visitors are expected to visit the two-day event to learn about the latest innovations from companies and researchers at the cutting edge of advanced materials.
We will be demonstrating the full range of Niton handheld x-ray fluorescence XRF materials analysers, as well as analysers using laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy LIBS and Raman technology.
The Advanced Materials Show features a FREE-to-attend conference on current and future materials development with world-class speakers from industry and academia. An advisory panel will feature leading names from 3M, Cerion, Imperial College, Graphene@Manchester, Innovate UK, Nanotechnology Industries Association, National Physical Laboratory, University of Manchester and Fraunhofer. The conference will include the latest innovations in Alloys, Polymers, Ceramics, Graphene, 2D Materials, Nanomaterials, Advanced Coatings, Composites, and Additive Manufacturing.
Co-located with Ceramics UK, The Advanced Materials Show exhibition and conference are both free-to-attend. You can view the full exhibitor list at: https://www.advancedmaterialsshow.com/why-exhibit/exhibitor-list/
We look forward to discussing how our handheld instruments can help your business or research team analyse materials quickly, accurately and reliably on site.
10th - 11th April
Scientists, engineers, suppliers and collaborators will be participating in the 12th Annual UK POPs Network Conference to be held at the Edgbaston Park Hotel at the University of Birmingham. The POPs group is made up of those working on Persistent Organic Pollutants. This year, as well as the usual focus on halogenated flame retardants, perfluorinated compounds, pharmaceuticals and pesticides, there will be a special focus on the influence of microplastics on the environmental fate and behaviour of POPs and related xenobiotic chemicals.
The team at the University of Birmingham (in collaboration with NUI Galway and EPA of Ireland) have used their Niton analyser to establish the feasibility of using hand-held X-ray fluorescence (XRF) spectroscopy to determine bromine levels in waste.
Thanks to sponsorship from Niton UK’s partner, Thermo Fisher, registration fees are especially low for students.
A full programme of oral and poster presentations will be supported by plenary talks by:
- Dr Holly Nel, University of Birmingham, The Global 100 Plastic Rivers project: Investigating microplastic contamination in over 100 rivers around the world
- Dr Andrew Turner, University of Plymouth, The origin and recycling of POPs and metals in plastic consumer products