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Our latest news and announcements

CPI Welcomes New CEO Frank Millar

Today, CPI welcomed its new CEO, Frank Millar. Frank steps up from the role of Chief Operating Officer, which he has held for five years.

Apr 02 2020

CPI to host SME support breakfast event

Businesses from the North East are invited to find out about the innovation support available for companies to assist their growth.

Mar 04 2020

KCMC releases impactful annual report following a successful year hosted by CPI

KCMC, the UK’s leading knowledge transfer organisation for materials chemistry, has released its 2019 annual report.

Mar 03 2020

CPI partners with Canadian SME and National Research Council of Canada to overcome key bottleneck in Graphene Oxide production

CPI has developed a scalable purification process for graphene oxide production with Graphene Leaders Canada and the National Research Council of Canada.

Feb 26 2020

Nigel Perry steps down as CEO of CPI; Frank Millar appointed as successor

CPI’s CEO, Nigel Perry will step down at the end of March 2020. Frank Millar has been appointed his successor.

Feb 10 2020

CPI partners with LiNa Energy to create next-generation battery technology

CPI successfully delivers project to demonstrate the proof-of-concept of LiNa’s novel sodium-nickel-chloride battery technology.

Feb 07 2020

CPI Research Scientist shortlisted to present work at the House of Commons

A Research Scientist in Formulation at CPI is shortlisted for a national poster competition for researchers at Westminster.

Feb 04 2020

CPI to host Additive Manufacturing breakfast event

Businesses from across the region are invited to find out more about the benefits of 3D printing.

Feb 03 2020

CPI and the University of Oxford partner to deliver sustainable catalysts to the fine chemicals industry

CPI has collaborated with the University of Oxford to support the scale-up of a technology named HydRegen, a novel means of recycling NADH.

Jan 30 2020
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