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Metasonics won the Hard and Most Innovative use of Tech awards at The SPARKies

June 24, 2018

Metasonics has won ‘The Hard Award’ and ‘Most Innovative use of Tech Award’ at The SPARKies awards – the best in tech in the West.

Metamaterials startup wins Royal Academy of Engineering award for sonic technology...

June 24, 2018

Dr Mihai Caleap, co-founder and chief executive of Metasonics, has won a £60,000 Fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering Fellowship to develop and grow the business.

Professor to lead bid to help UK harness the power of sound and become an emerging technology global leader

June 13, 2018

Prof Sriram Subramanian, co-founder of Metasonics, has been named a Royal Academy of Engineering Chair in Emerging Technologies to develop interactive technologies using acoustic metamaterials.

Metasonics to launch sound shifting tech at global tech conference CES

December 22, 2017

Up until recently, getting the best sound was about getting your speakers in exactly the right place, but what about if you could manipulate the sound waves instead

Metasonics hears $13,400 loud and clear

November 27, 2017

Metasonics will receive $13,400 in prize money from the University of Bristol's New Enterprise Competition (NEC). The company will look to replicate the progress of former NEC contestants such as Ultrahaptics who received $23m in funding in May 2017.

Sound-shaping tech start-up wins £10,000 backing fund

November 24, 2017

 Metasonics, a revolutionary sound technology company founded by two University of Bristol academics as a joint venture with the University of Sussex, has won this year’s New Enterprise Competition [NEC] and £10,000 funding.

Never annoy the neighbours again: 'Super material' that bends sound waves could create loudspeakers only you can hear

February 27, 2017

Researchers have come up with a simple and cheap way of shaping sound waves using a new types of 'super-material'.

February 27, 2017

A super-material that bends, shapes and focuses sound waves that pass through it has been invented by scientists. The creation pushes the boundaries of metamaterials – a new class of finely-engineered surfaces that perform nature-defying tasks.

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