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Based in the University's School of Physics and Astronomy, the Photonics Innovation Centre offers a state-of-the-art facility for application orientated development of photonic and quasi-optical (mm-Wave) devices.

The Photonics Innovation Centre (PIC) provides a positive contribution by: promoting the further development of research 'breakthroughs' by enabling prototype devices to be designed, manufactured, characterised and fully tested; promoting enhanced opportunity for the assessment and development of prototype devices in new applications; facilitating a more rapid take-up of new devices by providing 'test-drive' opportunities; nurturing and encouraging potential spin-out companies by offering pseudo-incubator unit facilities; enabling the more widespread use of novel prototype devices within the Photonics Research Groups in St Andrews for the promotion of fundamental and applied research; and enhancing the training of post-graduate and post-doctoral Research Fellows through working in close collaboration with industry.

For more information please visit the Photonics Innovation Centre home page.

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