20 August, 2019
Lucideon is on course for major expansion with plans to grow its team of scientists, researchers and support staff by more than 20 per cent this year.
04 July, 2019
Lucideon and Ionotec, a leader in solid electrolyte manufacture and sodium battery development, have announced the completion of an Innovate UK collaborative feasibility study to assess the potential for Lucideon's Flash Sintering technology to manufacture beta-alumina solid electrolytes, a critical component of sodium batteries.
07 May, 2019
Lucideon has appointed a sales director to help the business reach its global potential.
02 May, 2019
Lucideon M+P, a subsidiary of Lucideon Group Limited, is expanding its existing Greenville County presence. The company's $7.5 million investment is expected to create 28 new jobs, with more to follow in the next five years.
05 April, 2019
Lucideon has changed the name of its Information Centre to better reflect the all-encompassing know-how and experience that it offers. Now called the Lucideon Knowledge Centre, it is the place to go for all technical and commercial information about ceramics and a wide range of other materials, including metals, composites and polymers.
15 January, 2019
Lucideon is pleased to announce that it has been selected to attend the 3rd UK-Japan Nuclear Industry Forum which is taking place on 04 and 05 February 2019 at the British Embassy in Tokyo, Japan.
12 December, 2018
Lucideon has launched a new materials app designed to provide key materials information at the touch of a button, helping clients find a route to solving their materials and processing challenges.
04 December, 2018
Lucideon has taken on Jesus Rodriguez Sanchez, a KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) Associate from the University of Sheffield, to help with the development of its geopolymer technology, MIDAR.
09 October, 2018
Lucideon is pleased to announce that it is exhibiting at the 8th NDA Estate Decommissioning Supply Chain Event in Manchester, UK on 1 November 2018.
25 September, 2018
Lucideon has added nanoparticle analysis to its suite of analytical capabilities with the purchase of a LitSizer 500, manufactured by Anton Paar. The LitSizer is capable of measuring particles in the range of 1-1000nm and allows Lucideon to offer analysis and consultancy to manufacturers and development teams working with nanoparticles across a wide range of sectors.