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December 17th, 2007
This year has been a hugely successful one for the centre - moving to a new phase in its growth and achieving national success bringing business, money and recognition to the Tees Valley.
CPI has continued to recruit expert staff for its work in the new energy, new materials and new process sectors - along with encouraging innovation in the process industry by offering help and support to other companies.
Two national centres are now well-established at CPI - the National Industrial Biotechnology Facility and nanotechnology experts NanoCentral.
The centre was also able to announce a world first - the development of a hydrogen-powered fuel cell at South Gare lighthouse at the mouth of the River Tees.
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