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This flagship event for Plastic Electronics in the UK provided an excellent opportunity to network and meet key players in the sector, hear all the latest news and get an update on activities in the UK. A full program of …READ MORE >
Silixa Ltd, won funding to develop the world’s first optical fibre distributed acoustic sensor enabling oilfield operators to more accurately map flow measurements in deep reserves. Developers believe this will lead to increased oil recovery. Silixa’s bid was supported by …READ MORE >
It was a pleasure working with the South East Health Technologies Association (SEHTA) again, co-hosting an event for 22 companies involved in Quality of Life Technology. We demonstrated how to bid for funding from a current Small Business Research Initiative …READ MORE >
In March 2011, ESP KTN published a guide to UK companies involved in biosensors and bio-sensing. This guide, which is freely available via _connect, provides information on 86 UK companies involved in research, design, development and manufacture of biosensors and …READ MORE >
ESP KTN exhibited at Printed Electronics Europe in Dusseldorf on 5 & 6 April. With over 100 speakers and 1200 attendees plus 100 exhibitors, this is Europe’s largest event for organic, inorganic and thin film technologies. We handled 60 …READ MORE >
Following the very successful “Chemicals and Materials for Printed Electronics” event, delegate feedback indicated a strong desire for a follow-up event – hence the “PECoE Clinic”. Experts from each of the Centres of Excellence (C of Es) attended the …READ MORE >