The Welsh Opto-electronics Forum (WOF) was one of 15 finalists awarded Regional Cluster Marks, a new award established to give recognition to the best of Britain's manufacturing clusters and their contribution to the country's economic growth.
What does WOF stand for?
WOF stands for Welsh Opto-Electronics Forum (Wales)
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- Warriors of Fun (TFC clan)
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- Waste of Flesh
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Samples in periodicals archive:
I would like to see the Welsh Assembly Government, Denbighshire County Council, the Welsh Opto-electronics Forum, OpTIC and certain opto-electronics companies come together to discuss the situation.
The idea for OpTIC came from the Welsh Opto-electronics Forum, of which Rimmer is currently chairman, and was backed by the Welsh Development Agency.
The Welsh Opto-electronics Forum (WOF) has worked closely with the Welsh Development Agency for the last two years to bring the project to fruition and to secure millions of pounds in EU funding through the Objective 1 programme in Wales.
Optokem had occupied a modern Welsh Development Agency unit on the business park at St Asaph and Dr Whgite had played a leading role in the Welsh Opto-electronics Forum which he had chaired.
The Welsh Opto-electronics Forum, a consortium of companies, academic research groups, users and others, has developed the concept of an Optronics Technology and Incubation Centre (OpTIC) as a driver of economic growth in North Wales.
He wrote to the Lord Chancellor and the Queen highlighting the main points of the local claims, including the town's outstanding contribution to the language, religion and culture in Wales, and its current new role as the base for the Welsh Opto-Electronics Forum.