Oxford nanoSystems – shortlisted for the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Awards

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Oxford nanoSystems named as one of 2019’s top innovators

Abingdon based Oxford nanoSystems has been announced as a finalist by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) for their 2019 Innovation Awards. The Awards celebrate the most pioneering engineering and technology innovations across 15 sectors, from energy and sustainability to transport and healthcare.

Chosen from over 360 entries, OnS was shortlisted for the Power & Energy award in recognition of the research and development of NanoFLUX, a surface coating technology that dramatically increases heat transfer within two-phase cooling systems. NanoFLUX technology is the solution for high performance and efficient cooling of high density electronic devices such as power amplifiers, advanced processors, GPU’s and laser diodes to run faster, at higher power levels and with higher reliability.

Dr Alex Reip, CEO, is delighted that OnS have been recognized for this award.

Panellist and IET Events Group Manager, Tanya Spencer, said: “The IET’s distinctive Innovation Awards celebrate the very best in new innovations in science, engineering and technology from around the world. Not only do the Awards put them in the spotlight, but play a crucial role in helping them advance their crucial work.

“All the finalists’ entries have a game-changing impact on society, improving the way we live and work. We are immensely proud to recognise, celebrate and show our support for these exceptional achievements and wish [enter company name] the best of luck at the Awards ceremony.”

OnS will join other finalists in London on 13 November, at a prestigious awards dinner and ceremony. Host for the evening, journalist, presenter and comedian, Alex Brooker, will announce the winners.

More information about all the Innovation Awards finalists, as well as how to book tickets to attend the ceremony, can be found at www.theiet.org/innovation