Innovate UK

Innovate UK is a the uk's innovation agency.

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Funded Companies

Emergex Vaccines Holding Limited

Emergex aims to tackle the global threat of infectious disease by providing affordable and practical on-demand vaccine solutions.

CHAIN Biotechnology is a live biotherapeutics company founded in 2014 and based in Nottingham and Marlow, UK. CHAIN works with the Synthetic Biology Research Centre in Nottingham and has built a live biotherapeutic platform based on Clostridia being to deliver bioactive molecules to treat diseases associated with the human gut microbiome.

Cambridge Bio-Augmentation Systems is a company designing and developing hardware and software interface between the human nervous system and external devices to treat chronic diseases.

Current Health (formerly snap40) is a British company founded in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 2015 by Christopher McCann and Stewart Whiting. The company produces remote patient monitoring systems that enable hospitals to discharge patients sooner, reduce readmissions, and respond early to signs of deterioration.

Sense Biodetection Limited is an Abingdon-on-Thames-based molecular diagnostics company developing handheld tests in the fields of infections and oncology.

Mendelian Ltd is a London-based diagnostics company developing rare disease diagnostics.

Perceptual Robotics is a Bristol-based company founded in 2016 by Kevin Lind, Dimitris Nikolaidis and Kostas Karachalios.

Small Pharma is a London-based pharmaceutical company researching applications of DMT and ketamine in psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy to help treat conditions like clinical depression.

Rovco is a renewable energy company founded by Brian Allen, Iain Wallace and Joseph Tidball.

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ConserV Bioscience
January 19, 2021
/PRNewswire/ -- ConserV Bioscience Limited ("ConserV"), a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on developing vaccines that protect against endemic and...
By Emma Woollacott
December 18, 2020
BBC News
Animal feed is often transported thousands of miles so scientists are looking at new production methods.
Ian Randall
October 28, 2020
Mail Online
'Kai's Sanctuary' was developed by London-based child health start-up Brightlobe, and was fully funded by governmental innovation agency Innovate UK.
November 3, 2020
A new project led by Rolls-Royce with support from the ATI Programme will make future aerospace servicing technologies a reality. Engineers will work on 20 technologies that will reduce disruption for airlines and lessen our environmental impact by repairing components rather than scrapping them. Other industries such as nuclear and off-shore renewables will also benefit from the project. Technologies include: , , , , , , • Snake robots which travel inside jet engines to access complex parts,...
JD Alois
June 27, 2020
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May 2, 2019
A three-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) programme between leading public services provider Amey and Leeds Beckett University has been graded as 'Outstanding' by Innovate UK, one of only 10% of projects to get this accolade. The behavioural safety research project, SafetySmart, has led to the development of a unique measurement tool to assess the impact employee behaviours and attitudes have on safety incidents. The tool is now being used in Amey's Consulting and Rail Business. ...
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