08/03/2019 A leading construction testing professional specialising in the field of sustainable offsite building set out some of the sector’s unique factors at a major event. Lucideon’s construction business manager, Joanne Booth, was invited to speak at Futurebuild, one of the largest exhibitions catering for the built environment in the UK, to share her experiences […]
06/09/2018 World-leading materials technology company Lucideon is gearing up for growth with a significant investment in staff, systems, facilities and ventures into new markets. The company, which has its headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent, has already taken on 20 new recruits this year, including managerial roles in technology & strategy, technical/commercial consultancy and product management – as […]
19/06/2018 Stoke-on-Trent’s world-leading ceramics expertise came under the spotlight as aninnovative materials technology companyhosted a fact-finding mission for American partners to showcase the city’s skills. Almost 50 representatives visited Lucideon’s global headquarters in Penkhull (14 and 15 June) to see first-hand the company’s pioneering work in materials. They saw first-hand the site’s multi-million pound facilities […]
19/09/2017 Sharing good news today from Lucideon about their international growth. Read the full story on InsiderMedia’s website at https://bit.ly/2ymbyUL
24/03/2017 Good news from Lucideon regarding a new programme launched at the company. More at https://industrytoday.co.uk/manufacturing/lucideon-launches-new-apprenticeship-programme-to-support-sustained-business-growth
13/09/2016 The new leader of Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire’s pioneering £30 million advanced materials facility is looking to capitalise on the region’s historical expertise in steel and ceramics to create a centre for scientific breakthrough. Dr Cathryn Hickey has been appointed chief executive of The Applied Materials Research, Innovation and Commercialisation Company (AMRICC), which is being […]
23/02/2016 Great see our client Tony Kinsella, CEO of Lucideon, interviewed on BBC Business Live talking about invention, internationalisation, innovation – and Stoke-on-Trent. It’s available to view here and Tony is on 19 minutes in.
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24/07/2015 International materials technology specialist Lucideon has developed a new infection control method to tackle problems associated with digital technology in hospitals. Scientists at the company have collaborated with Dr Paul Royall and Avneet Uppal at the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences at King’s College London to develop an antimicrobial coating for portable communication devices. The […]
27/03/2015 A WORLD-FIRST in the development of pioneering low-energy firing technology, based on “Field Enhanced Sintering” is now a huge step closer after engineers and scientists working on the project made a significant breakthrough. International materials technology company Lucideon secured a seven figure Regional Growth Fund award to develop technology capable of radically reducing energy […]