ION Science wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise

ION Science has announced they have won the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise, in the category of Innovation, for its MiniPID sensors.

The award is the highest recognition of business excellence across Britain and endorses the commercial success of ION’s technology. ION Science’s PID (photo-ionisation detection) technology offers VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) detection, helping users to protect lives and preserve the environment.

Duncan Johns, Managing Director of ION Science, said of the win: “It’s wonderful to see the hard work of all the staff here at ION Science recognised by the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. As an organisation we are always striving to achieve the next level of innovation in technology, which is brilliantly represented by the MiniPID sensor range. We’re looking forward to the future of ION Science and continuing to innovate with our award-winning sensors.”


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