Congratulations to Martin Booth, Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Engineering Science, founder and director of Opsydia, which has recently won two awards! It was awarded the Institute of Physics Business Start-Up Award in a ceremony at the Houses of Parliament and the Oxford Innovation Startup Award at the 2019 Oxford Trust Enterprise Awards.

Opsydia is set to disrupt a number of industries by its ability to create practically invisible structures inside transparent materials. Permanent and inimitable serial numbers, images or cryptographic data can be laser-written without compromising the integrity of the material or modifying its surface. Material applications include diamond, glass and polymers

For more information see:

https://www.opsydia.com/

https://www.eng.ox.ac.uk/news/spin-out-opsydia-wins-institute-of-physics-business-start-up-award/

https://theoxfordtrust.co.uk/winners-of-the-2019-enterprise-awards-announced/