The Forum is a consortium of Welsh companies, University research groups, users and support organisations, formed following the impetus of activities in North Wales, and is dedicated to the development and profitability of the opto-electronics sector in Wales and internationally. Opto-electronics is all around and part of everyones daily life, and probably those who will gain most from the Forum are the people and companies for whom the technology currently forms a small part of their work. [ more ]
Opto-Electronics in action
North Wales Photonics Launchpad - Winners Announced
2nd February 2017 As part of the Innovate UK Delivery Plan, Innovate UK is to invest up to £15 million in innovative ...
Tech Roadshow with Careers Wales
13th March 2017 Tech in Wales employs 39000 people in over 3100 companies, with a 7% growth forecast per year for th...
Graduate Engineer/Scientist job opportunity
17th March 2017 Zeeko Ltd is looking to recruit a graduate engineer/scientist initially for a 9 month research and d...
Photonics Scotland Roadshow & Vacuum Roadshow
14th June 2017 This roadshow brings together the UK's top photonics technology supplier companies, leading researc...
Photonex 17 & Vacuum Expo
11th October 2017 Photonex is the UK's showcase event dedicated to photonics, applied optical equipment, biophotonics...
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Keeping you up to date with the Opto-Electronics Industry in Wales
Photonics AcademyBangor University is now home to the Photonics Academy. Visit our new website here http://www.pawb.bangor.ac.uk
UK Solar PV Roadmap - Strategy for 2020The Strategy can be found at [ http://tinyurl.com/ofq31rx ]
Report on the International Year of LightRead the results of the 2015 IYoL in Wales [ here ]
A Photonics Enabled Innovation Strategy for WalesRead about the Welsh Opto-electronics Forum's vision for Wales, enabling faster wealth creation from new science and technology.