Hub Media Round-Up: February 2022

01 Mar 2022

giorgia media round up

Dr Giorgia Longobardi features on BBC Radio to talk about her innovation and her impact in the semiconductor industry.

  • Check out this profile on Hub Member Crover  - they were the winner of Mitsubishi's Growth Garage Accelerator's High-Temperature Carbon-Fiber 3D Printing challenge in December 2021. Read all about their grain swimming robot here
  • What a fabulous Friday - Hub Member Giorgia Longobardi, CEO of Cambridge GaN Devices and the Academy's Enterprise Committee Chair David Cleevely were on BBC Radio 4 today, talking about the opportunities for UK semiconductor entrepreneurs. Listen in at 24 mins.
  • We love seeing women leaders working to inspire the next generation! Hub Member Christina E King, CCO at Tribosonics, featured on BBC Essex radio talking about STEM and her Innovate UK women in innovation speech at her old school. Listen to it here.
  • Hurrah for the Circular Economy! Hub Member and newly appointed EngineeringX SEEL Champion Amrit Chandan, CEO and co-founder of a Aceleron, is redesigning lithium battery production for a safer end of the battery's lifecycle. Find out more.
  • "Aceleron exists to use technology to maximise the value of energy storage which will lead to global positive impact." Fantastic to see Hub Member Dr Amrit Chandan has been selected as an EngineeringX champion, to promote and improve safety at the end of engineered life. Read more about Engineering X and see the other champions.
  • Check out Hub Member Hypervision Surgical's new video, which shows how they aim to change the future of surgery, by offering new and non-invasive ways to visualise tumours and other critical structures - making the invisible, visible. Watch it here.
  • "More than five megatons of CO2 emissions can be saved each year over the next decade using Gallium Nitride (GaN)-based IC technology." Hub Member Cambridge GaN Devices are set to make a big impact to help slash data centre CO2 emissions. Read more.
  • Huge congratulations to Hub Member Naomi McGregor, CEO and founder of Movetru - she's been listed as one of Belfast Telegraph's 30 under 30 best and brightest NI entrepreneurs who don't let fear hold them back. To see the full list.
  • Congratulations to Hub Member Diffblue- they have recently closed an investment round, bringing their total venture funding to $32 million. Diffblue are the creators of the world's first AI-for-code solution that automates writing Java unit tests. Read more.
  • Great to see an overview of Hub Member Odin Vision's collaboration with Turing Institute, exploring AI-supported decision-making for early-stage bowel cancer diagnosis in a Data Study Group in April 2021. Learn more about their findings.
  • Delighted to see so many Hub Members make cofinitive's 21toWatch shortlist. Well done to Cambridge Gan Devices, Porotech, Spotta Pest and AgileAnalog, who have been named as a ground-breaking entrepreneur, startup or innovation. See the full list.
  • Hub Member ArchAI have also been named as one of the top 100 geospatial companies in the world by Geoawesomeness - well done Iris Kramer! To see the full list.
  • Have you seen? Three Hub Members were featured in The Times as part of a feature on British robotics assisting everyday needs - check out the profiles on Wootzano, QBot and Robotical.


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