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Physics-based companies receive IOP Business Awards at parliamentary event

Physics-based companies receive IOP Business Awards at parliamentary event

18 October 2018

Employment Minister Alok Sharma MP spoke at the presentation of our Business Awards to 12 innovative companies at a reception in parliament on 16 October, mentioning his high regard for the IOP and urging physicists to be much more vocal about the difference they are making to society

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