Bodle Technologies spins out of Oxford University
Hub Member Dr Peiman Hosseini has been appointed CTO of the newly spun-out Bodle Technologies. Read more about Peiman and the technology he is developing here.
"Dr Hosseini's low power display technology could revolutionise the wearables market"
Enterprise Fellowships for graduates
The new RAEng 1851 Royal Commission Enterprise Fellowships scheme encourages and promotes creativity and innovation amongst recent engineering graduates based in the UK. The Fellowships are awarded to individuals demonstrating an aptitude for innovation and creativity in engineering together with considerable entrepreneurial potential – Find out more here.
"...supporting entrepreneurial engineers graduates and encouraging innovation..."
Virtual drug lab boosts drug development
SimOmics, a University of York spin-out backed by the Hub, has been awarded a £300,000 grant from the UK’s innovation agency Innovate UK, sponsored by NC3Rs, to develop a ‘virtual laboratory’ to establish the environmental impact of drugs earlier in discovery and development while dramatically reducing both the cost of environmental assessments and the need for animal testing. More info.
""Our technology will dramatically de-risk the testing of drugs and their interactions with fish""
harnesses the expertise, insight and networks of Academy Fellows, who include some of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders, to support the country’s most promising engineering entrepreneurs.
Hub Member spotlight
Dr Toby Basey-Fisher
18 May 2016
Showcase | 2016...
Our annual Showcase is a great networking event for investors, entrepreneurs, industrialists, and anyone interested in how engineering and technology can change the world.
£5,000 up for grabs - see the Hawley Award, celebrating Engineering Innovations benefitting the environment - icheme.org/about_us/stem-…
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