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Year 10 Visits NIACE

On Monday 10th June, a group of year 10 science pupils visited NIACE (Northern Ireland Advanced Composites and Engineering) in Belfast. NIACE is a technology hub for the research and development of advanced engineering and advanced materials technologies across a range of industrial sectors. It's vision is to establish a world leading knowledge hub that develop innovative solutions for industry through collaborative research and technological advancement. NIACE currently has 12 participating companies from a variety of sectors including aerospace, automotive and defence as well as environmental and marine. Students had the opportunity to have a tour of the facilities, speak to people from a range of departments and explore the skills required to pursue a career in this field. Many thanks to Steven for hosting a great event. 


This event was funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering. 



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