Lynkeos “Highly Commended” at NDA Supply Chain Awards

We’re delighted to announce that our Muon Imaging System has been highly commended in the Best Technical Innovation to Benefit an NDA Business category at yesterday’s NDA Group Supply Chain Awards.   Congratulations to all the award winners! You can read more about the awards here.  

Lynkeos Shortlisted for Best Technical Innovation at NDA Supply Chain Awards

We’re delighted to announce that we’ve been shortlisted in the Best Technical Innovation category at the upcoming Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) Estate Supply Chain Awards.  This time next week, we’ll be at EventCity in Manchester with our fingers well-and-truly crossed. Win or lose, we’ll be exhibiting afterwards in the Innovation Zone on Stall i38.  Come

House of Commons Nuclear Sector Deal Debate

Recently, Lynkeos was invited to the Palace of Westminster where we were honoured to receive an IOP Business Start Up Award.   In promoting this success, we were pleasantly surprised to learn that this was not the first time that our name had been heard within those walls.  On the 11th July 2018, Tracy Harrison,

Lynkeos Awarded IOP Business Start-Up Award

Last night, Lynkeos was announced as one of the inaugural Institute Of Physics Business Start Up Award winners at a Parliamentary reception in Westminster.  As well as an impressive (and heavy) award, we also made it on to the front page of the University of Glasgow website. Lynkeos’ Managing Director Ralf Kaiser said “We are

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 –