“Choosing 3-Sci to help us solve an R&D challenge outside of our usual skillset was a game-changer for our innovation team and wider business. Mark, Adrian, and their team of experts seamlessly integrated innovative, cutting-edge ideas that quickly resulted in a novel and groundbreaking approach, which solved a challenge we had really struggled with. The 3-Sci team possess a deep understanding of new product introduction processes, making them the perfect partner for innovation-driven businesses that need to move promptly from concept to product. Throughout the process, communication between our two project teams was excellent, thereby giving our internal team and senior stakeholders the confidence to make informed decisions as key milestones were hit. Thanks to 3-Sci, we gained a competitive edge as they helped us to generate a solution that a year before we may not have believed was possible. Choosing 3-Sci to help us solve this problem was an easy decision and I have no hesitation in recommending 3-sci to anyone seeking to augment their early stage R&D and new product development capacity with external expertise.
Dr Matthew Holmes, Innovation Manager
“EMEC worked with 3-Sci on the anti-fouling project, where we conducted field testing in Orkney of 3-Sci’s offshore wind turbine anti-fouling technology. As lead partner, 3-Sci worked hard to make the project a success, despite the challenges of Covid and the associated supply chain delays. 3-Sci was truly a pleasure to work with and we look forward to a continuing relationship with the team.
Sarah Purdue, Senior Project Officer, European Marine Energy Centre
“I had the pleasure of working with the 3-Sci team whilst they investigated methods of improving Ultra High Temperature Electrical Distributed Sensing. On behalf of the Fusion Industry Programme at UKAEA, I would like to thank 3-Sci for providing incredible data and progress in the technology and being able to explain and take someone far less experienced along with them on the development journey.
Dan Scoon, UK Atomic Energy Authority