By Rhea Healy2016-09-19T15:01:00+01:00
The Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) is seeking the next major advancement in refrigeration with a cash prize for the next J&E Hall International Gold Medal winner.
The internationally respected award recognises outstanding technical achievements in refrigeration and related fields.
The award, which has been sponsored by J&E Hall International consistently for 39 years with a prize award of £5,000 ($6,500), is open to individuals or teams with recent outstanding achievements in four areas defined as:
The 2015 award was made to Ian Tansley, CEO of SureChill Company Limited, based on his vaccine refrigerator that operates without the need for a constant power source and uses environmentally-friendly water-based cooling technology.
The presentation for the 2016 award will take place at the 117th IOR Annual Dinner in London, UK on 16th February 2017.
Linde Kryotechnik, the Swiss-based cryogenic specialist and part of the Linde Group’s Engineering Division, has developed a ground-breaking refrigeration system used to cool extreme temperatures in an experiment to create fusion fuel.
The International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) has created a new Working Group on Careers in Refrigeration (CaRe) which centres on promoting careers in the refrigeration industry to the younger generation and women.
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