Overview and current research
Major collaborative research programmes
REMEDIES: Reconfiguring the UK's pharmaceutical supply chain
CIM led the research in ReMediES (RE-configuring Medicines End-to-end Supply), a £22 million UK initiative to reshape the sector’s supply chains. The project, headed up by GlaxoSmithKline, brought together other leaders in the pharmaceutical industry, their supply chain partners and researchers along with other stakeholders such as regulators, knowledge transfer networks and healthcare providers.
Video: Dr Jag Srai outlines the REMEDIES project.
Future Continuous Manufacturing and Advanced Crystallisation (CMAC) Hub
CIM is leading a research stream in the Future Continuous Manufacturing and Advanced Crystallisation (CMAC) Hub which aims to revolutionise the way pharmaceuticals and high value products are made.
Find out more about CMAC here
TIGR2ESS: Transforming Indian agriculture
CIM is part of the Cambridge team working with Indian scientists to bring about a second Green Revolution funded by the UK's Global Challenges Research Fund. CIM is using supply chain mapping and modelling tools to analyse the end-to-end production, processing and distribution of food to make supply chains more resource efficient.
Find out more about TIGR2ESS here
EIT Food:Engineering Food Value Chains
CIM is leading research streams with the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Food on the following projects:
- Favuleux: Developing Fava beans as a sustainable source of high quality protein for food, through optimized genetics, farming & processing.
- GLAD - Green Last Mile Delivery: a more sustainable way for home delivery tailored to personalized nutritional needs.
- Grand Challenge: The development of organic supply chains that drive fair, transparent and healthy options for the consumer.
Achieving impact through industrial collaboration
This consortium brings together some of the world’s leading firms and academics to develop and apply frameworks developed by the Centre to support strategic decision-making and develop digital supply chain capabilities.
At this annual event, leading business figures and researchers address the challenges and opportunities facing today's supply chain strategists.
Video: Summary of Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium
Putting research into practice
Through our knowledge transfer arm, we work with some of the world's leading companies to transform their manufacturing and supply networks.
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Image credits: REMEDIES: GSK; TIGR2ESS: Fotolia