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31. Culham Thesis Prize: Nomination and submission (Score: 1.0000)
Any other supporting evidence that the supervisor believes strengthens the case for the award, eg other prizes. If submitting in hard copy, please ensure that all material is sent in triplicate and by registered post. The deadline for nominations is Monday 9 December 2019.

32. | Explore | IPPEX Interactive Electricity and Magnetism (Score: 1.0000)

33. West Midlands Branch (Score: 1.0000)
The West Midlands Branch is a well-established and active local branch of the IOP, with a friendly, enthusiastic and diverse committee, organising and developing many activities within the region. In May 2018 we collaborated with the University of Birmingham to organise a Physics in the City event in New Street station in Birmingham. Please go to our events site for information on our branch events.

34. VeriVin (Score: 1.0000)
VeriVin plans to create a database with the optical fingerprints of millions of bottles of wine, allowing them to be authenticated, characterised and monitored over time. Applications for VeriVin's technology range from anti-counterfeiting and quality control to profiling and validation (rubber stamping) for wine producers. VeriVin plans to extract meaningful conclusions from this database by analysing the optical fingerprints acquired for each product in the database, using chemometrics ...

35. Opsydia (Score: 1.0000)
Innovative adaptive optics technology allows high-precision laser marking that can guarantee the identification of precious stones without affecting their grade. Opsydia's developments allow accurate laser fabrication inside diamonds, using a high-precision laser and innovative control techniques. Opsydia's marking technology has been adopted by one of the leading producers in the diamond industry and the company has received an order for its first marking systems.

36. Novosound (Score: 1.0000)
Novosound's new thin-film manufacturing techniques open up new opportunities for wearable and embedded ultrasound sensors. This not only solves major problems with current sensor but allows the development of new sensor applications. Novosound intends to build a sizeable technology business in Scotland and target the lucrative medical imaging market with this non-destructive testing technology.

37. Matoha Instrumentation (Score: 1.0000)
Founded by scientists and entrepreneurs from Imperial College, London, Matoha Instrumentation makes infrared analysis and identification technologies affordable for distributed recycling systems and fabrics companies, using recent advances in computing and photonics. Matoha Instrumentation has developed a platform for low-cost small-scale materials analysis, enabling identification and sorting of visually identical but chemically different materials for recycling. Matoha Instrumentation plans...

38. Reaction Engines (Score: 1.0000)
Reaction Engines is a privately-owned company based in Oxfordshire, employing over 200 staff across the UK and US. The company develops the technologies needed for an advanced air-breathing rocket engine class called SABRE (Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine), a leading contender for the next generation of hypersonic flight and space access vehicles. The SABRE engine can then operate in rocket mode, allowing spaceflight at up to orbital velocity. Through its ability to 'breathe' air ...

39. HORIBA (Score: 1.0000)
Glasgow-based HORIBA Jobin Yvon IBH Ltd manufactures software and instrumentation for time-correlated single-photon counting (TCSPC). HORIBA has made it possible to combine the single photon detection that is based on single photon avalanche photodiodes (SPADs) with TCSPC's ability to time photon arrival, in a single camera pixel. HORIBA has packaged the array chip with its commercial software and lasers to produce the FLIMERA wide-field fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) ...

40. FFEI (Score: 1.0000)
Focus tracking, colour profiling and mechanical accuracy (for digital image swathe stitching) are the three core capabilities FFEI is using to increase the speed, quality and accuracy of digital imaging. FFEI has developed a colour profiling technology that ensures digitally scanned images are consistent in colour, reflecting what a pathologist would observe viewing the samples with a microscope. FFEI took measurements that allowed creation of an International Colour Consortium (ICC) profile ...

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