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OU renews partnership to develop imaging technology for space

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The Open University (OU)’s Centre for Electronic Imaging (CEI) and innovative technology company Teledyne e2v have just agreed a new five-year partnership to advance imaging detector technology for space science and earth observations.

According to OU lead, Andrew Holland, Professor of Optoelectronics and Director of the CEI at the OU, this joint collaboration showcases how universities can support industry, and vice versa, helping the research within the university environment, which leads to new innovations that can end up in new products, and benefit the UK economy.

Read the news story: OU renews partnership for space detector technologies

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