Some of our clients have won an impressive array of prestigious awards and internationally recognised honours.
Here follows a list of some notable achievements.
Our client, Bell Labs, have added a 7th Nobel Prize for Physics to their growing portfolio of international awards and prizes. Their earliest Nobel Prize was awarded in 1937 for research into the Wave Nature of Matter, which laid the foundation for modern solid-state electronics. Their most recent Nobel Prize was awarded in 2009 for research into Charge Coupled Devices, which are the foundation of modern digital cameras.
Details of Bell Labs' impressive collection of awards can be found here.
Our client, BPR Medical Limited, has won a Queen's Award for Enterprise. Their award is in the Innovation category in relation to their life-saving FireSafe™ range. The Queen's Awards for Enterprise are highly prestigious awards for outstanding achievement by UK businesses, made annually by HM The Queen and are only given for the highest levels of excellence demonstrated in each category.
Details of BPR Medical's award and their products can be found here.
Our client, Edwards Limited, has been awarded a Gold Stevie® Award in the prestigious 9th annual International Business Awards for their CXS dry vacuum pump for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries; this builds on Edwards' strong record of innovation.
Details of Edwards' award and their products can be found here.
Our client, King's College London, have been awarded the HR Excellence in Research Award from the European Commission. Recognition is granted to universities within the European Union whose policies and practice show commitment to supporting researchers' careers and ensuring good working conditions and career development opportunities for researchers.
Details of the King's College London award can be found here.
Our client, Medical Research Council Technology, has had an inventor nominated for the European Inventor of the Year Award. Professor Chin is one of only three nominations in the 'Research' category for his pioneering research on orthogonal protein translation systems. This prestigious award is made to distinguish an outstanding contribution to innovation, economy and society, and is an impressive endorsement of this high profile research.
Our client, PowerOasis has been named as "one of the 30 most exciting technology companies in the UK" by the European Tech Tour Association. The purpose of the Tech Tour is to identify the upcoming and leading tech companies in Europe, and to introduce them to key investors and professionals who can assist in their global expansion. This expansion is certainly well underway. We are pleased to work for such an industry leader.
Our client, University of Leeds, has had an inventor win the 2014 Faraday Medal awarded by the Institute of Physics. Previously known as the Guthrie Medal and Prize, this prestigious medal is awarded to a physicist of international reputation for outstanding contributions to experimental physics.
Details of the award can be found here.
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