Quantum Science, developer of the best-in-class INFIQ® quantum dot technology, is delighted to announce it has been shortlisted at the upcoming Halton Business Awards.
Quantum Science’s INFIQ® quantum dots, quantum dot inks and lead-free semiconductor materials saw the company acknowledged with a nomination in the ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ category.
The award winner will be announced at a ceremony at Widnes’ DCBL Stadium on 16 June, where Quantum Science will go up against other innovative local businesses.
The Halton Business awards recognise the achievements of companies operating across the Widnes and Runcorn area and this year’s event has attracted more entries than ever.
Dr Hao Pang, CEO and founder of Quantum Science, said: “This is the first time Quantum Science has entered the Halton Business Awards and to make the shortlist for manufacturer of the year amid such a prestigious field is a huge honour.
“We’re incredibly proud of the performance of our INFIQ® technology. These tiny nanocrystals can be precisely tuned to absorb light across the visible to infrared range and are unlocking a range of exciting new applications in the imaging and sensing world. What’s more, our quantum dots inks are a revolution for how these semiconductor materials are formed, not only simplifying the deposition process but also significantly increasing throughput and yield.
“We know we’re up against stiff competition this year, with a full shortlist of excellent manufacturers from the local area – but we’re confident our INFIQ® technology has what it takes. This event is an excellent opportunity to celebrate fantastic businesses operating in Runcorn and Widnes, and we can’t wait for the night!”
To find out more about INFIQ® quantum dots and their applications, go to www.qscis.com