Crossword Cybersecurity Plc Announces Agreement with University of Warwick
Feb 9 15
Crossword Cybersecurity Plc is to partner with the Cyber Security Centre at WMG, University of Warwick to jointly explore commercial opportunities leveraging cryptocurrency and blockchain technologies. Professor Tim Watson, Director of the Cyber Security Centre at WMG, University of Warwick and his team have been investigating how distributed blockchain protocols underpinning many of the 530 or more cryptocurrencies in existence, including the best known one Bitcoin, can be leveraged in other ways such as enabling smart contracts. Crossword and the Cyber Security Centre have embarked on a series of workshops and research to identify commercial opportunities that will be jointly developed.
Element Six Announces Development of an All-Diamond Packaging Solution for Electroanalytical Sensing Applications, in Collaboration with the University of Warwick
Mar 3 14
Element Six announced the development of an all-diamond packaging solution for electroanalytical sensing applications, in collaboration with the University of Warwick. The solution will transform next generation electroanalytical sensing systems to benefit the biomedical, environmental, food, industrial process monitoring, pharmaceuticals and oil and gas industries. The all-diamond packaging solution is comprised of its Diafilm EA grade, a free-standing, boron doped synthetic diamond electrode (introduced to the market in 2013) and available in a variety of electrode geometries encapsulated in co-planar insulating diamond. This packaging permits easy integration of the sensor into any electrochemical system while allowing the diamond electrode to work at its full performance potential. To date all-diamond sensors have been successfully integrated into conductivity meters, macro electrodes and flow through electrochemical devices. The properties of its Diafilm EA grade electrode material outperform thin-film boron doped electrodes and other electrode materials, as it: Allows the possible sensitivity, selectivity and responsiveness in electroanalysis systems: 100% phase purity delivers the widest solvent window of any electrode material at -2.3 to +2.4V to improve species detection of ions including sulfide, lead, copper and zinc; Eliminates substrate failure mechanisms and can operate in the most corrosive of environments including elevated temperature and pressure operations: chemically inert, robust, free-standing solid diamond electrode presents a typical surface roughness of Ra<0.02 m; Delivers greater sensitivity and outperforms other electrode materials such as platinum, gold and glassy carbon: precisely controlled boron concentrations give it metal-like ohmic conductivity while achieving extremely low capacitance leading tovery low background currents and detection sensitivities down to sub parts per billion in analytical applications. At Pittcon 2014 (Booth #635), the company will be showcasing the all-diamond sensor structure in a manufactured coplanar two-probe conductivity meter.
University of Warwick Presents at FX Invest Europe, Feb-25-2014
Nov 26 13
University of Warwick Presents at FX Invest Europe, Feb-25-2014 . Venue: Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, Am Kaiserplatz, 60311 Frankfurt, Germany. Speakers: Tobias Preis, Associate Professor of Behavioural Science & Finance.