Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers
|Location||Montague Close, Southwark|
|Date of formation||1956|
|Company association||Scientific instrument-makers|
|Order of precedence||84th|
|Master of company||Professor Tony Wilson|
|Motto||Sine Nobis Scientia Languet
Latin for Science Languishes Without Us
The Worshipful Company of Scientific Instrument Makers is one of the 110 Livery Companies of the City of London. The Company promotes the craft of scientific instrument-making, the exchange of ideas and information between members and guests, and science generally by offering scholarships to science students.
The organisation was originally formed in 1956 and the City granted it livery status in 1964. It ranks 84th in the order of precedence for the Livery Companies.
Its motto is Sine Nobis Scientia Languet, translated from Latin as Science Languishes Without Us.