Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Lancaster University

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Pi and Lancaster University are working together on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).

What is a KTP?

A KTP is a government and company funded scheme whereby a person is recruited by the University but is largely based at a company.

The concept is that knowledge and expertise is transferred via the KTP from the university to the company. The benefit for the (KTP Associate) is three years experience in an industrial setting. For the company it is access to university expertise and, for the university it is an industrial application/outlet for fundamental research.

The project content is confidential but will involve the development of a new sensor to work with the CRONOS® and CRIUS® analysers.

The project has been approved by all parties and interviews have taken place with a candidate associate selected, and the project is expected to start at the beginning of April 2014.

For more information on any of Pi’s sensors, controllers and application areas please visit our products page.

For more information on the work done by the new and exciting Chemistry Department at Lancaster University please visit their departmental website.

Darren Stallan

North East, East of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland

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