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2018 12 07 : Chris Checkley wins IoP award

York Instruments (Dr Chris Checkley) Wins IoP Business Award

  • Date07 December 2018

Congratulations to York Instruments and former Royal Holloway student Dr Chris Checkley for their recent business start-up award from the IoP.

2018 12 07 Chris Checkley IOP Award

Chris Checkley receiving York Instrument's IoP award

York Instruments has been awarded IoP Business Start Up award 2018. Receiving the award on behalf of York Instruments is  Dr Chris Checkley who was a PhD student and post-doctoral researcher with supervisor Professor Victor Petrashov in the Nanophysics and technology group at Royal Holloway. The award is for a new generation of brain scanners based on his research into Hybrid Quantum Interference Devices (HyQUIDs), quantum devices that can measure minute magnetic fields. Full citation at the Institute of Physics website.

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