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SIR/NMIS ReMake Glasgow Collaboration: Work Package Kick-off

The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) and the Scottish Institute for Remanufacturing (SIR) – hosted within the DMEM department, at the University of Strathclyde – to deliver areas of the ReMake Glasgow Project. This project has £100 million funding to accelerate the Region’s booming innovation economy.

Professor Winifred Ijomah, Director for the Scottish Institute for Remanufacturing (SIR) will be supported
by Katharina Johnston-Lynch as RA.

ReMake Glasgow aims to “invigorate the Circular Economy in the Glasgow City Region” by “advancing the  technologies for Remake processes (direct re-use, remanufacturing, refurbish and repair),  accelerating their broader use and establishing a world-class ReMake Glasgow Hub”.