News & Events-Celebrating collaboration as The Engineer’s C2i winners announced

Innovative and exciting collaborative engineering projects were celebrated last night (5 September), as the winners of The Engineer's Collaborate to Innovate (C2i) awards were announced.

Sponsored by Frazer-Nash Consultancy and Yamazaki Mazak, the winning entries included design work on the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon, the development of an artery bypass graft, and research to increase understanding of lithium battery failure.

Frazer-Nash Engineering Director, Chris Guyott, who was a judge for the event, and presented the Health and Wellbeing award, said:

"I was delighted to be invited to present the Health and Wellbeing award as medical engineering is a sector in which Frazer-Nash has a successful track record.

"As a judge, I was thrilled to see the range and scope of the entries to these awards, showing the hugely broad spectrum of areas in which engineering has an impact. It's great to see industry and academia working together to resolve challenges and take new approaches - something we are very strongly in favour of at Frazer-Nash!

"And with the awards to Young Innovators and those who are engaging with them, showing such promise, it's clear that there is a bright future for engineering ahead."

The winners will present their projects at The Engineer's Collaborate to Innovate Conference, to be held at Coventry's Manufacturing Technology Centre on 7th December.

For the full list of Collaborate to Innovate winners, click here.