BLOG SERIES – Responding to COVID-19: Scintilla

AmyBlog, Member News, Technology Scotland News

As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to develop, some of our Technology Scotland members have been able to respond to the calls for assistance we have been seeing across Scotland, and the UK. These responses have taken a variety of forms, from tailoring pre-existing products to provide support in these unprecedented times to innovating business procedures and practices to provide ... Read More

BLOG SERIES – Responding to COVID-19: Wideblue

AmyBlog, Member News, Technology Scotland News

As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to develop, some of our Technology Scotland members have been able to respond to the calls for assistance we have been seeing across Scotland, and the UK. These responses have taken a variety of forms, from tailoring pre-existing products to provide support in these unprecedented times to innovating business procedures and practices to provide ... Read More

BLOG SERIES – Responding to COVID-19: Enigma People Solutions

AmyBlog, Member News, Technology Scotland News

As the situation regarding COVID-19 continues to develop, some of our Technology Scotland members have been able to respond to the calls for assistance we have been seeing across Scotland, and the UK. These responses have taken a variety of forms, from tailoring pre-existing products to provide support in these unprecedented times to innovating business procedures and practices to provide ... Read More

Online courses now available from Lorit Consultancy

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The COVID-19 pandemic has meant many of us have had to change the way we do business to continue serving our clients through this difficult time. Thankfully we are one of the fortunate ones. Lorit supports clients from the medical device and automotive sectors globally with consultancy through a remote working team, so this ‘new way of working’ is not so new to us. However, … Read More

Chromacity: Quantum leap for photon entanglement to revolutionise secure communications

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Article originally published by Chromacity Two of Chromacity’s ultrafast laser systems were used during  breakthrough research into quantum-enhanced optical systems, which could drive advances in encryption, communication and measurement. A group of researchers, led by Dr Matteo Clerici at the University of Glasgow’s James Watt School of Engineering and colleagues from the UK, Japan and Germany have demonstrated using a new method ... Read More

Chromacity: A day in the life of a Production Engineer

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Article originally published by Chromacity Ever wonder what it takes to build an ultrafast laser system which drives advances in scientific discovery? We caught-up with our Production Engineer; Ellen Milne, to understand the skills involved in laser manufacturing and how it all began. “You need a steady hand. The underlying theory on laser physics and basic electronics knowledge is essential, … Read More

NXP growing its Automotive Development Team at NXP Glasgow

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NXP growing its Automotive Development Team at NXP Glasgow NXP is now the number 1 supplier of semiconductors into the Automotive market, recently announcing the growth of its Automotive Development Team at NXP Glasgow. Its latest openings are for applications engineers and product marketers, with other roles expected soon. Please check out the roles below and apply to the global centre … Read More

‘Cold Atoms; made simple’ by Kelvin Nanotechnology

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gMOT Grating Kelvin Nanotechnology (KNT), an advanced photonics and quantum component company, announces release of a new grating chip, gMOT. A compact grating Magneto-Optical Trap Chip for the generation of Ultra Cold Atoms of 87Rb. The grating can trap over 10 million 87Rb atoms, with atom clouds denser than 1010/cm3, cooling below 40 µK. The microfabricated gMOT enables laser cooling … Read More