Royal Holloway

The Department of Physics at Royal Holloway, University of London, has world-leading expertise in superconducting quantum technologies. Researchers led by Professor Victor Petrashov, carried out fundamental research in quantum physics that led to the design of a novel, very sensitive magnetic field detector.

This new device, the HyQUID™, is broadly similar in functionality to existing generic SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) technology, but with significant advantages in overall performance. Importantly, it is also simpler to fabricate and calibrate.

Under licence from RHUL, the HyQUID™ is now a key component of the next generation of MEG brain scanners, MEGSCAN, now under development by York Instruments Ltd.

Royal Holloway

The Department of Physics at Royal Holloway, University of London, has world-leading expertise in superconducting quantum technologies. Researchers led by Professor Victor Petrashov, carried out fundamental research in quantum physics that led to the design of a novel, very sensitive magnetic field detector.

This new device, the HyQUID™, is broadly similar in functionality to existing generic SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) technology, but with significant advantages in overall performance. Importantly, it is also simpler to fabricate and calibrate.

Under licence from RHUL, the HyQUID™ is now a key component of the next generation of MEG brain scanners, MEGSCAN, now under development by York Instruments Ltd.

Royal Holloway

The Department of Physics at Royal Holloway, University of London, has world-leading expertise in superconducting quantum technologies. Researchers led by Professor Victor Petrashov, carried out fundamental research in quantum physics that led to the design of a novel, very sensitive magnetic field detector.

This new device, the HyQUID™, is broadly similar in functionality to existing generic SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) technology, but with significant advantages in overall performance. Importantly, it is also simpler to fabricate and calibrate.

Under licence from RHUL, the HyQUID™ is now a key component of the next generation of MEG brain scanners, MEGSCAN, now under development by York Instruments Ltd.

Potvin Foundation

Founded in 2017, the Potvin Foundation fills a critical need to support concussions in children by driving awareness, education, research and technology and advocacy in youth sports through the ‘Head Smart’ movement. The Foundation works to educate and assist families while also funding research and new technologies to enable effective concussion diagnoses and treatment in children.

York Instruments is delighted to partner with the Potvin Foundation to bring functional brain imaging to the field of concussion diagnosis and treatment planning for youth sports.

Potvin Foundation

Founded in 2017, the Potvin Foundation fills a critical need to support concussions in children by driving awareness, education, research and technology and advocacy in youth sports through the ‘Head Smart’ movement. The Foundation works to educate and assist families while also funding research and new technologies to enable effective concussion diagnoses and treatment in children.

York Instruments is delighted to partner with the Potvin Foundation to bring functional brain imaging to the field of concussion diagnosis and treatment planning for youth sports.

Potvin Foundation

Founded in 2017, the Potvin Foundation fills a critical need to support concussions in children by driving awareness, education, research and technology and advocacy in youth sports through the ‘Head Smart’ movement. The Foundation works to educate and assist families while also funding research and new technologies to enable effective concussion diagnoses and treatment in children.

York Instruments is delighted to partner with the Potvin Foundation to bring functional brain imaging to the field of concussion diagnosis and treatment planning for youth sports.

Institution of Engineers

The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – reflecting the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.

Joining the IET as an Enterprise Partner in the summer of 2018 made perfect sense for York Instruments – both to invest in the professional development of our teams and to leverage the expertise of the IET for our rapidly growing business.

Institution of Engineers

The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – reflecting the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.

Joining the IET as an Enterprise Partner in the summer of 2018 made perfect sense for York Instruments – both to invest in the professional development of our teams and to leverage the expertise of the IET for our rapidly growing business.

Institution of Engineers

The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – reflecting the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.

Joining the IET as an Enterprise Partner in the summer of 2018 made perfect sense for York Instruments – both to invest in the professional development of our teams and to leverage the expertise of the IET for our rapidly growing business.

Institute of Physics

The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific membership society working to advance physics for the benefit of all. Their worldwide membership gathers, inspires, guides, represents and celebrates all who share a passion for physics. IOP also engages with policymakers and the public to increase awareness and understanding of the value that physics holds for all of us.

York Instruments has been awarded one of six 2018 Business Start-Up Awards from the IOP for the development of next-generation MEG brain scanners for use in research and healthcare. Representatives from the company received their award at a Parliamentary reception in London on Tuesday 16 October 2018.

Institute of Physics

The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific membership society working to advance physics for the benefit of all. Their worldwide membership gathers, inspires, guides, represents and celebrates all who share a passion for physics. IOP also engages with policymakers and the public to increase awareness and understanding of the value that physics holds for all of us.

York Instruments has been awarded one of six 2018 Business Start-Up Awards from the IOP for the development of next-generation MEG brain scanners for use in research and healthcare. Representatives from the company received their award at a Parliamentary reception in London on Tuesday 16 October 2018.

Institute of Physics

The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific membership society working to advance physics for the benefit of all. Their worldwide membership gathers, inspires, guides, represents and celebrates all who share a passion for physics. IOP also engages with policymakers and the public to increase awareness and understanding of the value that physics holds for all of us.

York Instruments has been awarded one of six 2018 Business Start-Up Awards from the IOP for the development of next-generation MEG brain scanners for use in research and healthcare. Representatives from the company received their award at a Parliamentary reception in London on Tuesday 16 October 2018.

University of Texas Southwestern

UT Southwestern’s Department of Radiology will soon be home to a first of its kind magnetoencephalography (MEG) instrument. The newly-developed MEG system maps brain activity by recording magnetic fields produced by electrical currents occurring naturally in the neurons of the brain.

“As the first in the US with the MEGSCAN instruments, we will use this technology to further innovative research into sports-related, mild traumatic brain injury and other brain disorders at the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brian Institute,” said Dr Joseph Maldjian, Chief of the Neuroradiology Division, and Director of the Advances Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab.

Once approved for clinical use, the MEG system will also be used for pre-surgical mapping of patients suffering from epilepsy and other debilitating illnesses. The imaging system will be housed on North Campus in an area that will be designated an outpatient radiology clinic.

University of Texas Southwestern

UT Southwestern’s Department of Radiology will soon be home to a first of its kind magnetoencephalography (MEG) instrument. The newly-developed MEG system maps brain activity by recording magnetic fields produced by electrical currents occurring naturally in the neurons of the brain.

“As the first in the US with the MEGSCAN instruments, we will use this technology to further innovative research into sports-related, mild traumatic brain injury and other brain disorders at the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brian Institute,” said Dr Joseph Maldjian, Chief of the Neuroradiology Division, and Director of the Advances Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab.

Once approved for clinical use, the MEG system will also be used for pre-surgical mapping of patients suffering from epilepsy and other debilitating illnesses. The imaging system will be housed on North Campus in an area that will be designated an outpatient radiology clinic.

University of Texas Southwestern

UT Southwestern’s Department of Radiology will soon be home to a first of its kind magnetoencephalography (MEG) instrument. The newly-developed MEG system maps brain activity by recording magnetic fields produced by electrical currents occurring naturally in the neurons of the brain.

“As the first in the US with the MEGSCAN instruments, we will use this technology to further innovative research into sports-related, mild traumatic brain injury and other brain disorders at the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brian Institute,” said Dr Joseph Maldjian, Chief of the Neuroradiology Division, and Director of the Advances Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab.

Once approved for clinical use, the MEG system will also be used for pre-surgical mapping of patients suffering from epilepsy and other debilitating illnesses. The imaging system will be housed on North Campus in an area that will be designated an outpatient radiology clinic.

Royal Holloway

The Department of Physics at Royal Holloway, University of London, has world-leading expertise in superconducting quantum technologies. Researchers led by Professor Victor Petrashov, carried out fundamental research in quantum physics that led to the design of a novel, very sensitive magnetic field detector.

This new device, the HyQUID™, is broadly similar in functionality to existing generic SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) technology, but with significant advantages in overall performance. Importantly, it is also simpler to fabricate and calibrate.

Under licence from RHUL, the HyQUID™ is now a key component of the next generation of MEG brain scanners, MEGSCAN, now under development by York Instruments Ltd.

Royal Holloway

The Department of Physics at Royal Holloway, University of London, has world-leading expertise in superconducting quantum technologies. Researchers led by Professor Victor Petrashov, carried out fundamental research in quantum physics that led to the design of a novel, very sensitive magnetic field detector.

This new device, the HyQUID™, is broadly similar in functionality to existing generic SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) technology, but with significant advantages in overall performance. Importantly, it is also simpler to fabricate and calibrate.

Under licence from RHUL, the HyQUID™ is now a key component of the next generation of MEG brain scanners, MEGSCAN, now under development by York Instruments Ltd.

Royal Holloway

The Department of Physics at Royal Holloway, University of London, has world-leading expertise in superconducting quantum technologies. Researchers led by Professor Victor Petrashov, carried out fundamental research in quantum physics that led to the design of a novel, very sensitive magnetic field detector.

This new device, the HyQUID™, is broadly similar in functionality to existing generic SQUID (Superconducting Quantum Interference Device) technology, but with significant advantages in overall performance. Importantly, it is also simpler to fabricate and calibrate.

Under licence from RHUL, the HyQUID™ is now a key component of the next generation of MEG brain scanners, MEGSCAN, now under development by York Instruments Ltd.

Potvin Foundation

Founded in 2017, the Potvin Foundation fills a critical need to support concussions in children by driving awareness, education, research and technology and advocacy in youth sports through the ‘Head Smart’ movement. The Foundation works to educate and assist families while also funding research and new technologies to enable effective concussion diagnoses and treatment in children.

York Instruments is delighted to partner with the Potvin Foundation to bring functional brain imaging to the field of concussion diagnosis and treatment planning for youth sports.

Potvin Foundation

Founded in 2017, the Potvin Foundation fills a critical need to support concussions in children by driving awareness, education, research and technology and advocacy in youth sports through the ‘Head Smart’ movement. The Foundation works to educate and assist families while also funding research and new technologies to enable effective concussion diagnoses and treatment in children.

York Instruments is delighted to partner with the Potvin Foundation to bring functional brain imaging to the field of concussion diagnosis and treatment planning for youth sports.

Potvin Foundation

Founded in 2017, the Potvin Foundation fills a critical need to support concussions in children by driving awareness, education, research and technology and advocacy in youth sports through the ‘Head Smart’ movement. The Foundation works to educate and assist families while also funding research and new technologies to enable effective concussion diagnoses and treatment in children.

York Instruments is delighted to partner with the Potvin Foundation to bring functional brain imaging to the field of concussion diagnosis and treatment planning for youth sports.

Institution of Engineers

The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – reflecting the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.

Joining the IET as an Enterprise Partner in the summer of 2018 made perfect sense for York Instruments – both to invest in the professional development of our teams and to leverage the expertise of the IET for our rapidly growing business.

Institution of Engineers

The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – reflecting the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.

Joining the IET as an Enterprise Partner in the summer of 2018 made perfect sense for York Instruments – both to invest in the professional development of our teams and to leverage the expertise of the IET for our rapidly growing business.

Institution of Engineers

The IET is one of the world’s largest engineering institutions with over 168,000 members in 150 countries. It is also the most multidisciplinary – reflecting the increasingly diverse nature of engineering in the 21st century. The IET is working to engineer a better world by inspiring, informing and influencing members, engineers and technicians, and all those who are touched by, or touch, the work of engineers.

Joining the IET as an Enterprise Partner in the summer of 2018 made perfect sense for York Instruments – both to invest in the professional development of our teams and to leverage the expertise of the IET for our rapidly growing business.

Institute of Physics

The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific membership society working to advance physics for the benefit of all. Their worldwide membership gathers, inspires, guides, represents and celebrates all who share a passion for physics. IOP also engages with policymakers and the public to increase awareness and understanding of the value that physics holds for all of us.

York Instruments has been awarded one of six 2018 Business Start-Up Awards from the IOP for the development of next-generation MEG brain scanners for use in research and healthcare. Representatives from the company received their award at a Parliamentary reception in London on Tuesday 16 October 2018.

Institute of Physics

The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific membership society working to advance physics for the benefit of all. Their worldwide membership gathers, inspires, guides, represents and celebrates all who share a passion for physics. IOP also engages with policymakers and the public to increase awareness and understanding of the value that physics holds for all of us.

York Instruments has been awarded one of six 2018 Business Start-Up Awards from the IOP for the development of next-generation MEG brain scanners for use in research and healthcare. Representatives from the company received their award at a Parliamentary reception in London on Tuesday 16 October 2018.

Institute of Physics

The Institute of Physics (IOP) is a leading scientific membership society working to advance physics for the benefit of all. Their worldwide membership gathers, inspires, guides, represents and celebrates all who share a passion for physics. IOP also engages with policymakers and the public to increase awareness and understanding of the value that physics holds for all of us.

York Instruments has been awarded one of six 2018 Business Start-Up Awards from the IOP for the development of next-generation MEG brain scanners for use in research and healthcare. Representatives from the company received their award at a Parliamentary reception in London on Tuesday 16 October 2018.

University of Texas Southwestern

UT Southwestern’s Department of Radiology will soon be home to a first of its kind magnetoencephalography (MEG) instrument. The newly-developed MEG system maps brain activity by recording magnetic fields produced by electrical currents occurring naturally in the neurons of the brain.

“As the first in the US with the MEGSCAN instruments, we will use this technology to further innovative research into sports-related, mild traumatic brain injury and other brain disorders at the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brian Institute,” said Dr Joseph Maldjian, Chief of the Neuroradiology Division, and Director of the Advances Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab.

Once approved for clinical use, the MEG system will also be used for pre-surgical mapping of patients suffering from epilepsy and other debilitating illnesses. The imaging system will be housed on North Campus in an area that will be designated an outpatient radiology clinic.

University of Texas Southwestern

UT Southwestern’s Department of Radiology will soon be home to a first of its kind magnetoencephalography (MEG) instrument. The newly-developed MEG system maps brain activity by recording magnetic fields produced by electrical currents occurring naturally in the neurons of the brain.

“As the first in the US with the MEGSCAN instruments, we will use this technology to further innovative research into sports-related, mild traumatic brain injury and other brain disorders at the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brian Institute,” said Dr Joseph Maldjian, Chief of the Neuroradiology Division, and Director of the Advances Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab.

Once approved for clinical use, the MEG system will also be used for pre-surgical mapping of patients suffering from epilepsy and other debilitating illnesses. The imaging system will be housed on North Campus in an area that will be designated an outpatient radiology clinic.

University of Texas Southwestern

UT Southwestern’s Department of Radiology will soon be home to a first of its kind magnetoencephalography (MEG) instrument. The newly-developed MEG system maps brain activity by recording magnetic fields produced by electrical currents occurring naturally in the neurons of the brain.

“As the first in the US with the MEGSCAN instruments, we will use this technology to further innovative research into sports-related, mild traumatic brain injury and other brain disorders at the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brian Institute,” said Dr Joseph Maldjian, Chief of the Neuroradiology Division, and Director of the Advances Neuroscience Imaging Research Lab.

Once approved for clinical use, the MEG system will also be used for pre-surgical mapping of patients suffering from epilepsy and other debilitating illnesses. The imaging system will be housed on North Campus in an area that will be designated an outpatient radiology clinic.