Government grant to help further zero-emission research

New centre at University of Brighton

Published:  14 July, 2014

A £7.7 million investment in a new centre of engineering excellence at the University of Brighton could help the development of zero-emission engines.

The money will be used as part of the £150 million redevelopment of the university's Moulsecoomb campus in Brighton. The Central Research Laboratory (CRL) will be a 55,000 sq ft business incubation centre to support high-tech and design-led manufacturing and to commercialise university research. This will aid the research opportunities into near-zero emission engines

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