Muons on BBC Radio 5live’s Science Hour

This morning, our colleague Dr. Craig Shearer of the National Nuclear Laboratory featured on BBC Radio 5live’s Science Hour, where he discussed the role that muons and the Lynkeos Muon Imaging system can play in the UK nuclear decommissioning effort.   You can listen to the interview here starting at 11 minutes and 41 seconds in.

National Nuclear Laboratory Press Release

Today, our friends at the National Nuclear Laboratory put out a press release to mark the upcoming deployment of the Lynkeos Muon Imaging System at their Central Laboratory on the Sellafield site.  Titled “Scientists harness space particles to detect radioactive material“, it reads:   Scientists have successfully developed a technology that can harness muons –

Total DECOM “The Lynkeos Story” Webinar

In case you missed it, last week our Director David Mahon delivered a webinar for Total DECOM entitled “From academic research to nuclear industry deployment: The Lynkeos Story”.  This has now been uploaded to their website and can be watched again here. Warning:  Contains scenes some viewers may find harrowing from the start!

Innovate UK First Of A Kind Video

In April 2017, Lynkeos was awarded £1.54 million from Innovate UK as part of their First Of A Kind (FOAK) Deployment of Innovation contract.  This allowed us to commercialise our Muon Imaging System for deployment within the UK Nuclear Industry.  Innovate UK visited Falkirk back in March 2018 to interview Lynkeos’ Managing Director Ralf Kaiser.

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