29 April, 2022
A consortium set up to develop the next generation in battery technology has received a significant boost, with the donation of a pioneering advanced material to the project.
16 September, 2021
Innovative cement solutions to tackle hazardous nuclear waste are being developed by Lucideon in partnership with NUVIA.
27 July, 2021
Lucideon, along with project partners, KWSP and Loughborough University, has received funding as part of UKRI's Faraday battery challenge fund to assess two technologies to manufacture components for solid-state batteries.
26 July, 2021
Kwasi Kwarteng, Secretary of State at the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, saw first-hand the opportunities advanced materials will bring for the future in a tour of Lucideon's Stoke-on-Trent facility.
22 July, 2021
The Midlands Industrial Ceramics Group has secured £18.27 million in government funding provided through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places Fund (SIPF), to put the area firmly on the map as a global centre for advanced ceramics.
20 July, 2021
Lucideon and the UK's National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) have forged a working agreement to develop Flash Sintering Technology for a variety of global nuclear applications.
06 May, 2021
Lucideon, in collaboration with i3D robotics, experts in stereo vision systems, and Glass Technology Services, consultants to the glass manufacturing supply chain, has been working on a project to improve production processes within the energy-intensive foundation industries, specifically Glass and Ceramics.
04 March, 2021
A blueprint setting out the compelling opportunities for the Midlands to position itself as a world leader in advanced ceramics has been launched.
02 March, 2021
March sees the launch of a new online community for anyone interested in materials.
19 February, 2021
Colour Standards developed by Lucideon are helping to ensure that the colours captured by the Perseverance mission to Mars are recorded to pinpoint accuracy.