DZP Technologies Ltd

DZP Technologies Ltd

DZP Technologies Ltd is a leading developer of innovative specialty materials for emerging industries, from consumer electronics and wearables, to 3D-printing and renewable energy.

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 781 191
Address: Future Business Centre, Kings Hedges Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB4 2HY
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.dzptechnologies.com
Membership type:Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)

Founded in 2008, we work with forward-thinking businesses and enterprises to fast-track scientific discoveries and create advanced technologies for a wide range of markets. We are happy to take on the toughest technical challenges, using our expertise to help our customers develop innovative, sustainable products which offer a true differentiator in competitive markets.

Wearable electronics from DZP Technologies

Wearable electronics from DZP Technologies sparkle at London ExCeL

Wearables developed by DZP Technologies Ltd were showcased for the first time at the recent Wearable Technology Show at London ExCeL, the biggest event for wearables, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, and connected technology.

21 March 2018Read in full

Harry Cronin

DZP Technologies presents next generation printable photo-voltaics at ICMAT 2017 in Singapore

Harry Cronin, lead research engineer at DZP Technologies, is presenting DZP’s latest results into the use of printable perovskite materials in the manufacture of next generation solar cells at the International Conference on Materials for Advanced Technologies on 22 June in Singapore.

9 June 2017Read in full

Harry Cronin, Research Engineer

Prestigious fellowship awarded to DZP Technologies engineer to support solar cell research

A prestigious 1851 Industrial Fellowship has been awarded to Harry Cronin, Research Engineer at Cambridge-based DZP Technologies Ltd, for innovative work on a new generation of perovskite solar cells. These highly competitive awards are administered by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, with the aim of encouraging profitable innovation and collaboration between academia and industry.

26 October 2015Read in full

Lasers enable point of use manufacture of customised electronics

A new laser technology may hold the key to the manufacture of electronics at the point of use, anytime and anywhere.

18 February 2015Read in full