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Kromek lands £1.3m for radiation sensor project

Sedgefield-based detection technology developer Kromek has won a £1.3m grant to develop an AI-powered radiation sensor.

The listed company has been awarded the finance under the UK Research and Innovation  Horizon Europe guarantee scheme to participate in the Intelligent Radiation Sensor Readout System project.

Led by DTU Space, the i-RASE project is a collaboration between industrial and academic partners in Denmark, Germany, Norway and Italy to design, build and test a new class of radiation sensor based on cadmium zinc telluride and other advanced technologies.

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