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EPSRC Chief Executive visits ORC

Published: 12 March 2007

22nd Dec 05 - Professor John O'Reilly, Chief Executive of EPSRC visited the University of Southampton today. he had a tour of some laboratories, and met ORC and ECS staff more...

16th Dec 05 - Four Senior Academics from 3 Schools at Southampton have been awarded Fellowships of the Optical Society of America.more...

15th Dec 05 - New modular accomodation is being craned in today to provide office space for staff displaced after the Mountbatten fire. more...

9th Nov '05 - David Payne and Bill O'Neill gave the 28th Mountbatten lecture entitled 'Working at the Speed of Light - Making and Breaking Things with Photonics' at the IEE in London. more...

30th Oct '05 - A major fire at the University has destroyed some of the ORC's facilities. Fortunately, there were no injuries, and thanks to the generosity of our partners locally and across the world, the ORC is recovering quickly.

30th Sept 05 - ORC spin-out Stratophase has been nominated for the Times Higher Education Supplement's Business Initiative of the Year Award 2005. The finalist will be announced on 23rd November. more...

21st Sept '05 - The Southampton University Student Chapter of the Optical Society of America celebrates its 10th Anniversary. This is the largest Chapter of the OSA in the world! more...

19th Sept '05 - The Schools of Physics, Maths, Chemistry, Electronics and Computer Science, Medicine and the ORC got together to explore the diverse work being carried out in Photonics at the University of Southampton. more...

27th Jul '05 - Professor Alec Gambling FRS FREng, founder of the ORC, received an honorary Doctorate of Science degree, along with Professor Jintong Lin, a former ORC student and now President of a major Chinese University. more...

April 2005 - A potentially fast switching glass has won the 2005 Westminster Medal for a PhD student from Southampton University. Rob Simpson scooped the £1,000 prize money in a poster competition held at the House of Commons on 14 March, organised by SET for Britain, an organisation aimed at promoting Britain’s top younger researchers in science, engineering and technology more...

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