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Advanced Material Development creates two new research positions

"Partner funding such as that from the US DoD helps further support AMD’s growth plan for R&D"

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New posts are at Sussex University

Advanced Material Development has created creates two new research positions at The University of Sussex.

These two posts are supported by AMD partner and grant funding projects and are in addition to the five new three-year research posts created with the £2m funding announced recently, said the nanomaterials specialist.

John Lee, chief executive, added:  "I am absolutely delighted to see that already the impact of partner funding such as that from the US DoD helps further support AMD’s growth plan for R&D, adding another two research fellows to the Sussex team on top of what was already highlighted in our recent funding announcement.

"This impact will continue to be evidenced in the creation of more research and new jobs in the UK, leading to the further evolution of nanotechnology and maintaining the UK’s position in this cutting edge science and its applications."

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