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Lynkeos Nominated for Two Business Excellence Awards

Lynkeos Technology has been nominated and shortlisted for the Falkirk Herald Business Excellence awards for the second year in a row. Lynkeos is of three finalists for the Digital/Technology Development Award and our very own David Mahon has also been nominated for Entrepreneur of the Year. Last year Lynkeos was crowned Best Startup at the

Lynkeos Director announced as speaker at Technology Days

Our Director David Mahon has been confirmed as a speaker at the 5th Hamamatsu Photonics Technology Days in London. David will be presenting a talk called ‘Passive NDT using Cosmic-Ray Muons’ at 3:30pm on the 20th November. This is one of a series of free of charge Technology Days events held across Europe intended to

Lynkeos at the forefront of innovation, says BCCJ ACUMEN

In the magazine of the British Chamber of Commerce in Japan (BCCJ ACUMEN), Lynkeos Technology was recently profiled as an ‘award-winning innovator’ at the forefront of commercialising muographic techniques. Director David Mahon discussed the company’s past success and plans for the future, including expanding beyond the UK. David also touched on the environmental benefits of

Director Discusses Future in MUOGRAPHIX Interview

Director of Lynkeos Technology Dr David Mahon was recently interviewed by MUOGRAPHIX, a muography research organisation dedicated to promoting research in Japan and the EU and circulating recent innovation in the field worldwide. In the interview, David discussed Lynkeos’s Muon Imaging System, challenges facing the company, and expanding outwith the UK. David spoke about how

New Renderings of Portable Muon Imaging Systems

Fearsome Design recently produced various renderings of our portable Muon Imaging Systems. These tiles will use background radiation to passively inspect and produce 3D images of the interiors of  civil infrastructure such as bridges and dams. As shown in the images, the systems are easily transportable. The system identifies materials based on their density. Through

Lynkeos Announces ATTRACT Project in Partnership with Swansea University

We are pleased to announce that Lynkeos Technology will embark on an ATTRACT project in partnership with Swansea University over the next year. Lynkeos Technology and Swansea University will share €100,000 for this European Union funded project, which will allow us to develop bespoke holding structures for scintillator-based detector systems through the application of innovative

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