NIRI has expanded its services and invested in state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to further support clients with advanced materials and chemistry research. Its capacity to provide expert advice on topics such as reformulation, characterization, supply chain validation, and technology transfer has been increased. With these new capabilities, NIRI can provide expert guidance and support to clients looking to improve their products and reduce time to market.
The Nonwovens Innovation and Research Institute Ltd. (NIRI), Leeds/UK, has recruited new team members including Innovation Scientists, such as Dr. Daniel Tate who specializes in technology transfer and innovation, particularly in synthetic materials chemistry. Dr. Harrison Cox, an Innovation Engineer with a PhD in Surface Science, also brings expertise in the synthesis and development of functional surfaces and thin-film coatings for real-world applications.
NIRI’s expanding team of chemical engineers and innovation scientists are helping clients solve challenges and take R&D to market faster through the development of novel products. Continued recruitment and investment in expert team members, along with the catalyst of major investment in new premises in the coming year, keep NIRI up to date and innovative to the consultancy in nonwovens and fibrous products and processes.