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Can Algae Be a Driving Force in the Transport Industry?

Demand for the world’s natural resources has never been greater.

Oct 19 2018

Women in STEM: Lucy’s journey from Casualty to CPI

In the latest of our series of articles focusing upon women in science, Development Scientist Lucy Gilligan speaks about her route into industry and the importance of STEM for the next generation

Oct 01 2018

Enabling Innovation: SME-driven Pharmaceutical and Life Science Market Growth

We take a look at the role of SMEs in bringing new drugs to market and the relationship they have in driving large pharma companies.

Sep 04 2018

Keeping On Track in the Modern Industrial Revolution

High on the external wall of an old Northumberland miner’s cottage is a plaque.

Jul 13 2018

A Green Future: What Can We Do about Plastic Packaging?

We look at the challenges of going plastic free by 2042 in the UK and how innovation in packaging is vital to reach that goal.

Jun 25 2018

Getting Wise about Gender Equality in STEM

Gender imbalance in the STEM workforce is something CPI is also passionate about. Read how our HR team has embarked on a mission to implement improvements.

Jun 25 2018

Design Freedom in Printed Electronics — CPI at IDTechEx 2018

From 3D printing to electric vehicles, wearable technology, the annual IDTechEx show showcases the latest and most exciting technologies.

Jun 06 2018

Pop-up stalls: The Future of Vaccine Supply Chains

Pop-up stalls could remove the challnge of setting up a temperature-controlled vaccine supply chains in difficult-to-reach, tropical countries.

Jun 04 2018

Female Formulators: Leading Strategic Projects at the National Formulation Centre

Twenty years ago Caroline Kelly attended a university talk about forging a career in formulation – and she has never looked back.

May 11 2018