WRIPA is proud to have worked with many businesses, connecting them with talented physics students who have helped their company to develop and grow.
Learn how Faraday Scientific partnered with the University of Sheffield to utilise the programming and coding skills of student Anthony Ellul to develop an optical infrared sensor system.
Sky Chemicals worked with the University of Sheffield to appoint a summer intern. The intern applied their Python knowledge and skills within the chemical industry to develop a model for the release of peracetic acid into a patented wipe system.
Find out about how the WRIPA team at the University of York worked with world-leading tactile-sensing solutions company Peratech to develop a number of internships, allowing the business to take more risks and try new things.
The WRIPA team in the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leeds worked with adaptive design agency Aire Global to create a series of micro-placements for students to work within their finance and digital solutions teams.
Discover how the University of York has worked with BAE Systems to create a number of Final Year Research Projects where students worked professional and academic staff on a number of industry research problems. These collaborations have created further R&D questions, which have been developed for a number of new Research Projects.
Hear the experience of MetaB3E (previously known as MKL), a Customer Experience and Digital Facilities Management company, who took on Ash Sriraman a 2nd year BSc Physics student from the University of York, and utilised her programming knowledge and problem solving skills to design, develop and test dashboards for customers.
Our team of Student and Business Relationship Managers will help you to connect with our students and graduates. Speak to the team for help with creating an internship, summer placement or research project. We can also advertise your job vacancies to our pool of physics talent. Or if you think we can help in any other way please get in touch.