Benefiting from its close proximity to central Manchester and West Yorkshire, Atom Valley is set to be the UK’s epicentre of research, development and commercialisation.
As well as institutions like The University of Manchester, internationally renowned initiatives such as the Henry Royce Institute, the Advanced Machinery and Productivity Institute (AMPI) and the Sustainable Materials Translational Research Centre (SMTRC) are establishing Greater Manchester and the UK as a world leader in research and innovation.
Atom Valley will place a key focus on manufacturing innovation across advanced materials, advanced machinery and the circular economy.
This is the place where sustainable materials are developed and intelligent machines are created – supporting the delivery of Greater Manchester’s 2038 net zero targets, while helping to shape a future that’s greener, fairer and more prosperous for us all.
Headquartered in Atom Valley, the Advanced Machinery and Productivity Institute (AMPI) is an initiative that will drive innovation for the UK’s advanced machinery manufacturers to meet the challenges of developing new technology and entering emerging markets.Find out more
Atom Valley will help establish Greater Manchester, as well as the UK, as a world leader in research and innovation.
The city region is home to five universities, collectively claiming 25 Nobel Prize winners and over 100,000 students.
Manchester has a rich history of breakthroughs, invention and innovation dating back well over 100 years.
Internationally significant research and innovation centres located close by, including the Henry Royce Institute and the Advanced Machinery and Productivity Institute (AMPI).