RAPRA

AcronymDefinition
RAPRARubber and Plastics Research Association (UK)
RAPRARisk Analysis for Phytophthora Ramorum A (pathology)
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RAPRA's latest workshop, in conjunction with The University of Sheffield, expands the existing speaker list to include representatives from Santander, Angel co-fund and accounting specialists advising on the government's new 'Patent Box' initiative.
The day commenced with an introduction by Steve Shaw, Executive Director of RAPRA, followed by talks from various funding bodies.
With this in mind, RAPRA draws attention to Cryox and the STFC laboratories.
Jim Dowey, who joined Smithers in May 2007 as vice president and managing director of Shropshire, U.K.-based Smithers Rapra, has been named president of the new business unit.
Lancashire-based LPD Lab Services Ltd has been a RAPRA preferred provider since the middle of 2012 following recommendation of the company's services from a number of RAPRA members.
RW: Since 2002, Smithers has acquired Springborn Smithers Laboratories and Smithers Rapra Technology.
Since the start of 2012, RAPRA has gone back to its roots by reaffirming its 'independent and impartial' status.
Smithers Rapra (www.smithersrapra.com), Akron, OH, has added wheel testing capabilities at its Tire and Wheel Test Center in Ravenna, OH.
Smithers Rapra is engaged in partnering an EU sponsored four year project called FoAM-BUILD, developing novel ETICS External Thermal Insulation Composite Systems.
Seminar discussions will cover fillers, with a keynote paper from Artis entitled 'Sustainable Fillers for Future Elastomers', leading the programme, Following this, recycling papers will cover developments in recycling and re-use of waste rubber from Smithers RAPRA, with Polymer Recyclers asking the question as to whether recycling tyres back to tyres is an opportunity or a pipe dream.
A free Breakfast Event is being organised by Rubber & Plastics Research Association (RAPRA https://www.rapra.org), together with hosts ARTIS (http://www.artis.uk.com), designed for companies engaged in developing the products of tomorrow.