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Lynkeos Director to present Total Decom Webinar

On the 20th June, our Director David Mahon, will present a special webinar for the Total Decom Mission Hub entitled “From academic research to nuclear industry deployment“.  As Lynkeos Technology prepares to deploy its Muon Imaging System within the UK Nuclear Industry in the coming months, David will share his experiences from Lynkeos’ academic roots

“Muography makes its mark” in Nature

“The Muon is going mainstream” – Nature 557, 620-621 (2018) Our very own David Mahon and other prominent researchers from the muography field were recently interviewed by Nature at the Royal Society meeting co-hosted by Lynkeos Technology.    The resulting article can be read here with additional material featured in the accompanying podcast, found here. The proceedings from

NIRAB appointment for Lynkeos CEO

We are pleased to announce that the Nuclear Research and Innovation Advisory Board (NIRAB) has invited Lynkeos Technology’s CEO Prof. Ralf Kaiser to become a member.  Ralf officially began his 2-year term at the inaugural meeting of the reconvened board on the 10th April 2018.  NIRAB plays a key role advising the Government’s Department of

Royal Society Scientific Meeting to be Co-hosted by Lynkeos

Along with colleagues at the University of Glasgow, National Nuclear Laboratory and INFN, Lynkeos Directors Prof. Ralf Kaiser and Dr. David Mahon will host a prestigious Royal Society Theo Murphy International Meeting this May.  This “Cosmic-ray Muography” scientific meeting, will take place at Chicheley Hall in Buckinghamshire on the 14th and 15th May and will

Lynkeos Secures £1.6 million Innovate UK First-Of-A-Kind Deployment of Innovation Contract

It has just been announced that Lynkeos Technology Ltd. has been successful in their application for funding through Innovate UK’s pioneering First-Of-A-Kind (FOAK) Deployment of Innovation competition.  This 12-month 100%-funded contract worth £1.6 million will begin on 1st April 2017. During this yearlong contract, Lynkeos will work alongside the University of Glasgow, National Nuclear Laboratory