Kromek scientist awarded SEGA Seal of Quality for The Sonic Stadium?
Dr Adam Tuff, a Senior Nuclear Physicist at Kromek, spends his time working on the development of the next generation of radiation detectors by day, but by night he is one of the driving forces behind The Sonic Stadium, a website dedicated to the Sonic the Hedgehog video game franchise. Adam has just been awarded the SEGA Seal of Quality award, bestowed to long-time fans who have supported SEGA’s titles, as well as the greater SEGA community as a whole.
Adam said: “I’m very honoured to have received the Official SEGA Seal of Quality in recognition of my involvement within the online community for nearly two decades, which has culminated in our Guinness World Record-recognised international convention. I never expected this pastime to become such a big part of my life, but it has been a wonderful opportunity to meet so many talented people, and watch many of them evolve from fans to being the creators behind new games. The award will be cherished always, and will be taking pride of place on my mantlepiece!”
Read about Adam’s career at Kromek
Adam was also interviewed for our “What’s it like to work as a physicist at Kromek” feature in our careers sections, you can read Adam’s career journey here.
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