Londoneast-uk business wins prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Prize
Sensor Coating Systems (SCS), a technology company based at Londoneast-uk Business and Technical Park, in Dagenham, east London, has won a prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry award.
SCS which specialises in thermal paints and coatings won second prize in the materials & enabling technologies category of Emerging Technologies Competition 2017, the Royal Society of Chemistrys annual innovation initiative. SCSs new technology will replace current industry standard thermal paints and offers very significant advantages in power generation, aero engines and in the automotive industry.
Forty shortlisted entrants pitched their ideas to a panel of expert judges at Chemistry Means Business, a two-day event for the chemistry-using industry by the Royal Society of Chemistry. The winners were announced at an award ceremony held on June 13th as part of the same event.
Applications were judged on the degree of innovation of the technology, its potential impact, and the quality of the science behind it. SCS will receive tailored business support from the competitions multinational partner companies, as well as business training, financial mentoring, media support, and a cash prize of £10,000.
Dr Jörg Feist, SCS Managing Director (pictured second left receiving the award), said: The team at Sensor Coating Systems is extremely delighted to win this prestigious award. We have made lots of progress since our incorporation in 2012. The well experienced jury recognised this progress and the uniqueness of our technology which is solving a real world problem.
SCS are based at The Cube at Londoneast-uk — a post-incubator science facility for small and growing companies which provides science-related businesses with access to specialist laboratories.
John Lewis, Londoneast-uk Managing Director, said: The aim of The Cube is to offer support services and space to emerging scientific businesses and SCS was the first company take advantage of our facilities. Im therefore thrilled for Jorg Feist and his team and congratulate them on this marvellous achievement which highlights the sort of cutting-edge research being undertaken at Londoneast-uk.
Londoneast-uk Business and Technical Park is situated in Dagenham, east London, and is located in state-of-the-art scientific buildings and land which was once a major manufacturing plant of global pharmaceutical company Sanofi. Now under the ownership of SOG Group — owner and operator of the award-winning Heath Business and Technical Park in Cheshire —highly specialised research & development and manufacturing buildings, which would cost tens of millions of pounds to replicate in todays market, have been rebranded under the banner of Londoneast-uk and are being transformed into a business and technical park to service London and the Home Counties. Londoneast-uk operates as a sister park to The Heath in Runcorn which is regarded as one of the UKs leading independently-owned technology parks.
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22nd June 2017