Enterprise Fellowships – open for applications

Support is on offer for both university-based academics wishing to spin-out a company, and also to recent graduates wishing to create a company. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply to join our next cohort here.

"bringing engineering innovations to market for a wider public benefit"

Angel sees the light – seed round successful

Hub Member Dr Stephen Hicks has successfully raised seed funding for his smart glasses, which help the sight impaired and blind people to navigate independently. More…


‘Musical Raspberry Pi’ inventor named UK’s most promising young tech entrepreneur

The 24-year-old inventor of Dots, which could empower children to create music without the complexity of traditional instruments, has won the RAEng Launchpad Competition – a nationwide hunt for the UK’s greatest entrepreneurs in the engineering and technology sector under the age of 25. Read the full announcement here.

"a key to innovation is creativity and play"

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Royal Academy

of Engineering’s

Enterprise Hub

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.


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Hub Member spotlight
Silo Meoto

Existing dental bone graft substitutes take up to 3 years to resolve and often, less than 45% of the substitutes...

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22 September 2016
Launchpad Competition 2016 - The Fi... calendar icon

The event will feature pitches from this year’s innovative Launchpad Competition finalists, who will be announced the week before. The winner, chosen on the night, will receive the JC Gammon Award.

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Congratulations to our #RAEngLaunchpad People's Choice Award winner - @baranalytics raeng.org.uk/news/news-rele…

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Enterprise Hub

£481 billion

The contribution of engineering to the UK economy Source: ONS

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