Professor Marc Desmulliez, Deputy Head of Sensors, Signals and Systems in the School of Engineering and Physical Sciences, has won with MicroSense Technologies Ltd, a service company based on the patented product called FoodSense, a sensor system aimed at reducing waste and improving process monitoring in food processing lines for the Food and Drinks industries.

Converge Challenge, Scotland’s leading company creation competition and start up development programme for staff, students and recent graduates of Scottish Universities, announced its winners at its annual awards ceremony on 22 September 2016 at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh. 

The first place prize is valued at £71,000 including £43,000 in cash and £28,000 worth of business support will be split between the joint winners (valued at £35,500 each, £21,500 in cash and £14,000 in business support).


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