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The VEC welcomes Dr Andrew Levers as Technical Director

The VEC welcomes Dr Andrew Levers as Technical Director
The Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC) are thrilled to welcome Dr Andrew Levers to our growing team. Andrew is taking on the role of Technical Director with great enthusiasm and brin… READ MORE

Virtalis teams up with the University of Liverpool

Virtalis teams up with the University of Liverpool
Virtalis has partnered with the Virtual Engineering Centre, (VEC) the University of Liverpool’s digital innovation centre in London to create a 4k ActiveWall and adjacent ActiveDes… READ MORE

LCR4.0 set to shape the future of manufacturing in Liverpool

LCR4.0 set to shape the future of manufacturing in Liverpool
LCR4.0 is helping to transform manufacturing in the Liverpool City Region – don’t miss your chance to be a part it. READ MORE

Fond Farewell to VEC Director

Fond Farewell to VEC Director
Dr Gillian Murray, VEC Director and co-founder of the Virtual Engineering Centre (VEC), will be leaving the University and the VEC to take up a new position as Deputy Principal (En… READ MORE

Industry 4.0 | the next industrial revolution

Industry 4.0 | the next industrial revolution
Industry 4.0 is the latest industrial revolution, set to transform the manufacturing sector and beyond. The VEC recently joined other Northwest key players to explore the topic in… READ MORE

STRIVE project shortlisted for The Engineer awards

STRIVE project shortlisted for The Engineer awards
STRIVE project continues to gain recognition with The Engineer award nomination. READ MORE

The VEC at the official opening of the new Alder Hey in the Park hospital

The VEC at the official opening of the new Alder Hey in the Park hospital
Alder Hey in the Park, the new Alder Hey Children's Hospital, is being officially opened by Her Majesty the Queen. The VEC is proud to be part of this celebration. READ MORE

STRIVE Project recognised at Insider's Made in North West Awards

STRIVE Project recognised at Insider's Made in North West Awards
The STRIVE project has brought home the ‘Education in Business’ award from the 2016 North West Business Insider ‘Made in the North West’ awards. READ MORE

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