The Steel and Metals Institute SaMI is an open access facility that works predominantly with the steel and metals industry to deliver practical innovative solutions.
Our experts design and implement bespoke research through collaborative research partnerships we establish with steel and metals producers, suppliers and end-users.
SaMI supports the steel and metals industry in the challenge to decarbonise through lower carbon products and processes, reduced carbon emissions, and creation of a circular economy.
SaMI aims to create unique research partnerships with UK steel and metals producers, suppliers and end-users.
Our research partnership is focused on collaborative working, physically bringing together a network of academic specialists and industrial innovators.
SaMI is part of Swansea University and has an extensive network of industrial and academic experts to support and enhance research.
We can help and support the development of research funding bids that require industry and university collaboration.
Dr Barrie Goode has worked in senior technical roles across the steel industry in a career spanning 25 years. Barrie explains how SaMI collabora...
The Steel and Metals Institute is part of a collaborative network of multidisciplinary expertise across academia, industry and government.
In the second of our series on the future of steel, Becky Waldram* explains how a shift in our consumption and transition to a circular economy is essential for the steel industry and a net zero carbon future.