Technician Partnership Conference 2022
The Technician Partnership Conference 2022 is in-person event at Newcastle University.
The main themes are:
- Operational Net Zero
- Research Culture
- Technical Careers
The cross-cutting and common goals of Net zero and Research Culture are great vehicles to unite technicians with different specialisms from different disciplines.
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