Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Cardiff Uni's £300m innovation campus 'can be a beacon'

A new £300m campus can be a beacon to attract worldwide talent to Cardiff, a university professor has said. Cardiff University's innovation campus aims to develop closer links between academic research and industry. Major projects include developing a system to remove impurities from water and the technology behind facial recognition software for smartphones. Prof Graham Hutchings said: "We want to take this fantastic research and make it so that it goes into application." The new buildings will give researchers more room to work, develop products and demonstrate them to industries interested in using them.
Prof Hutchings specialises in catalysis - the acceleration of chemical reactions using catalysts - and one of the existing projects being developed in the new building is water purification.

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