An opportunity to join the team!

Viridian Consultants is looking to appoint a field engineer to support trials of our sampling tool, ViridiScope, on nuclear decommissioning sites in the UK

  • Posted On: 14 February 2017
An opportunity to join the team! This is a one year appointment starting on 1st April 2017. The first six months will be spent in training, assembling the tools, testing the equipment and becoming familiar with its operation at our facility in N Wales prior to deployment on nuclear sites. There will be the opportunity to gain an understanding of the business sector and make the necessary contacts to gain security clearance for access to the sites. For the second six months of the contract, the engineer will be working on...

Kingston University highlights Kym's success in winning a 'Women in Innovation' award.

An innovative new tool that could help revolutionise the clean-up process at decommissioning nuclear power sites has been developed by a Kingston University research associate, Professor Kym Jarvis

  • Posted On: 8 January 2017

Viridian Consultants win prestigious EDF Energy Pulse award

Viridian is overall winner in the EDF Energy competition aimed at finding new ways of inspecting and monitoring its UK nuclear power plants

  • Posted On: 6 December 2016
  The EDF Energy Pulse awards promote innovation and contributes to the developments of the future.  Their goal is to showcase and provide tangible support to start-ups that are helping to shape that future.  The French state-owned utility operates 14 advanced gas-cooled reactors (AGRs), which provide about 18% of the UK's electricity.  In a statement, EDF Energy said it has designed its R & D programme to show how it will extend the operating periods of their...

Kym Jarvis writes for the Huffington Post

Kym's blog on being a winner of the Infocus Women in Innovation campaign

  • Posted On: 1 December 2016

Professor Kym Jarvis is named as a top inventor by the Government

Kym has been awarded £50,000 as part of Innovate UK's Women in Innovation award

  • Posted On: 15 November 2016
Professor Kym Jarvis is named as a top inventor by the Government Today Innovate UK announced the names of the 15 top women inventors who will share £750,000 of government funding. Innovate UK, the government's innovation agency, is seeking to redress the disproportion in the number of female applicants in their competitions, through a package of business support and a £50,000 individual grant to develop their innovations. Kym will use the money to test the concept of a new tool, ViridiScreen® which will measure radioactive contamination on a surface and,...