The UK Government has supplied £3m ($4.5m) to the University of Glasgow for equipment to support research into electronic and optical components.

Oxford Instruments, one of the more famous spin-outs from Oxford University, will supply the equipment through its subsidiary Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology (OIPT).

The tools will be used to support research programmes in power electronics, solar collection technology, and the development of a ‘superspectral’ imaging camera that utilises visible, infrared and mid-infrared imaging sensors simultaneously.

Douglas Paul, director…

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