IBEX Innovations IBEX Innovations

IBEX Innovations was founded by Dr Gary Gibson in 2010 and really took off in 2011, after investment to develop and commercialise an innovative X‑ray detector technology capable of generating high sensitivity materials information from standard X-ray detectors.

The IBEX technology has developed rapidly from initial concept to fully engineered solutions and is now seeing increasing commercial adoption in security, food inspection and medical markets.

IBEX employs a team of highly-skilled scientists, engineers and business professionals at its modern facilities on NETPark and also works closely with the Mathematics Department at Durham University.

Address

Discovery 2

William Armstrong Way

NETPark

County Durham

TS21 3FH

Telephone

01740 625526

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Contact

  • janet_todd_netpark

    Janet Todd

    NETPark Manager

    +44(0)1740 625 250
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