Dr Phil Jackson, healthcare technical manager at materials technology company Lucideon, received the Roy T Holland Medal in recognition of his pioneering work in the traditional ceramics industry at the recent Institute of Materials, Mining and Metallurgy awards event, held in London.
Dr Jackson has worked at Lucideon for more than 30 years. His work on innovations in materials have included the development of unleaded glazes, the early detection of faults in tableware and novel methods of decoration, as well as health and safety research in the ceramics’ industry workplace.
Lucideon Group Limited has three subsidiaries: Lucideon Limited headquartered in the UK; Lucideon M&P headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Lucideon CICS, its assurance division.
More at: https://www.lucideon.com/
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