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Bill Campbell

Stratophase Ltd.

Bill Campbell has a wealth of Chief Executive and commercial experience gained over the past 25 years. Prior to joining Stratophase he was CEO at Splashpower, a wireless power technology company, and Microemissive Displays (MED), a developer of P-OLED micro displays. Bill led the commercial development of both companies, through IP licensing in the case of Splashpower and through product development in the case of MED.

Before moving to his first CEO position, Bill had 20 years of commercial success with a number of electronics based companies – IP licensing of microprocessors with Tensilica, Design Automation, most notably with Synopsys, and Automatic Test Equipment with GenRad. He can be reached via email at or via telephone at +44 (0) 1794 511226.

Sensor Technology Supports Paradigm Shift In Biopharmaceutical Process Development   September 5, 2014
By: Bill Campbell

This article describes a solid state micro-optical sensor that is suitable for both traditional and single use bioreactors and provides users with a new process parameter to add to their armory for process control and monitoring.

Sensor Technology Automates Feeding Control in Single Use Bioreactors   March 14, 2014
By: Bill Campbell

Bioprocessing dates back over 100 years. Original bioreactors were often simple oak casks. More recently, bioreactors are either glass reactor vessels or stainless steel and controlled via sensors and sensor technology.

A Novel Micro-optical Sensor Automates Control of Bioprocesses   February 1, 2013
By: Bill Campbell

A new sensor enables in situ measurement of key chemicals in fermentations, enabling closer control and optimization of the fermentation process.




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