Eight exciting new technologies developed at UK universities

The Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub has identified eight of the most promising new technologies developed at UK universities with the potential to make a major social and economic impact. The Enterprise Hub will support the researchers behind these technologies to spin-out their ideas into successful businesses. More info.

"Many engineering innovations born in UK university laboratories have the potential to change the world"

Top engineering innovations in energy and health make Africa Prize finals

Engineering innovations to manage heart disease, boost off-grid power, support parents and stop electricity theft have been selected as finalists in the prestigious Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation. Read about all of them here.

"The four finalists represent the cream of African engineering innovation” Africa Prize judge, Moses Musaazi"

Three cutting edge technology spinouts tipped for global success

The finalists of the ERA Foundation Entrepreneurs’ Award are announced. More info.

"Wearable electrode, low-cost wind turbine and new method of kidney dialysis recognised by Royal Academy of Engineering"

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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
Dr Nick Everdell

Dr Nick Everdell is developing a pioneering system that combines the wearability and ease-of-use of EEG scanners with...

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Our annual Showcase is a great networking event for investors, entrepreneurs, industrialists, and anyone interested in how engineering and technology can change the world.

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The contribution of engineering to the UK economy Source: ONS

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