Archive for September 2015

New project to support medical innovation in region’s universities

The University of Leeds has secured a £2.25 million investment to support the commercialisation of medical technologies developed by five universities in the Leeds City Region. The Medical Technologies Innovation Catalyst project, funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), will translate the region’s best medical technology research into practical products available to […]

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Boost for UK medical technology innovation

The University of Leeds Medical Technologies Innovation and Knowledge Centre (IKC) has won £3 million to continue bringing the best of the UK’s medical technology research to patients. The centre has been a leader in medical technology innovation since it was established in 2009, building a reputation for fostering close collaboration between industry and top […]

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Innovate UK funding call: Developing regenerative medicines and cell therapies

Innovate UK is to invest up to £8 million in collaborative R&D projects to stimulate the development of regenerative medicines and cell therapies in the UK. The aim of this competition is to address the challenges of developing regenerative medicines and cell therapies as clinical treatments and commercial products. We are seeking proposals that advance […]

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Relitect Ltd – Developing Next Generation Bioassays

Relitect Ltd, a new University of Leeds spin out and IKC partner, and developer of a novel bioassay platform has secured an investment of £750K.

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Chancellor commits £20m ‘big picture’ data projects to tackle major health and social care challenge

The Chancellor has announced £20m in the Budget to fund new health and social care information projects, aimed at tackling major health challenges by using ‘big picture’ data.

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Abstracts open for MEIbioeng15 – the largest ever UK gathering of biomedical engineers, bioengineers

Abstracts open for MEIbioeng15 – the largest ever UK gathering of biomedical engineers, bioengineers

Abstract submission is now open for MEIbioeng15 on 7th and 8th September 2015 at the University of Leeds.

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