Professor of Manufacturing Engineering
Newcastle University (Newcastle, UK)
For the past decade, Kenny Dalgarno has been conducting research in the area of additive manufacturing, with applications in rapid prototyping and manufacturing as well as polymer engineering.
Dalgarno’s research has had an increasing emphasis on applications in biomedical engineering, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine with work supported by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), the European Commission, Arthritis Research UK, the Carbon Trust and industrial partners.
Dalgarno currently maintains the position of Sir James Woodeson Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at Newcastle University, whilst simultaneously acting as Deputy Director of the Arthritis Research UK Tissue Engineering Centre, Deputy Director of the EPSRC’s Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Medical Devices and as a Coordinator of the FP7 RESTORATION project.
Dalgarno is also the Newcastle University Lead Investigator for the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Additive Manufacture and 3D Printing.
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