Hub Media Round Up: November 2021

02 Dec 2021
  • Congratulations to Hub Member Salsa Sound - they were named as the winner of SVG Europe's Sports TV Awards Winner: Outstanding audio for their vCROWD technology category, for bringing the atmosphere back to football games during its pandemic-restricted audience-free matches. Learn more.  
  • Hub Member Oxford Heartbeat has received Health Regulation Authority approval. What does this mean? Receiving compliance/ethics approval means they can start their real-world impact study for their product PreSize in the NHS. Learn more.
  •  Hub Member mOm Incubators have designed and manufactured a compact, accessible, and portable neonatal incubator that is tackling barriers to healthcare by addressing the devastating fact that one million premature babies die needlessly every year. Learn more.  
  • Investing with a purpose - Hub Member James Roberts, CEO at mOm Incubators sat down with investor Holly Branson to discuss their journey and to showcase their product - a portable neonatal incubator, designed to support premature babies. Watch the interview here.
  •  What a great achievement - a Hub Member since 2015, James Roberts, founder and CEO of mOm Incubators has had his neonatal incubator successfully used in a clinical setting in the UK and is now backed by Holly Branson and Sir James Dyson. Learn more.
  •  Huge congratulations to Hub Member Dr Iris kramer - she has been shortlisted for the Council for British Archaeology's 
    Archaeological Achievement Awards in the Early Career Archaeologist category. To see the full shortlist.
  •  Hub Member Dr Angela de Manzanos, CEO and co-founder of Fa Bio has penned a blog to share why they have rebranded, having been formerly known as Fungi-Alert. Angela is part of the most recent cohort of Shott Scale Up Accelerator awardees, to join the hub. Get to know her.
  •  Huge congratulations to Hub Member CCm Technologies - they have been awarded the 'Economic Innovator of the Year Award' from The Spectator for their role in helping to reduce carbon emissions. Their process utilises carbon from waste sources to make fertiliser. Learn more.
  • Last month Hub Member Vector Photonics were awarded the Academy's 2021 Colin Campbell Mitchell Award, for their achievements in advancing the semiconductor field. Read more here.
  • Fantastic to see Hub Member Echion Technologies in this video by the Royal Society of Chemistry - they have developed a safe, fast charging battery based on sustainable materials. They hope to accelerate the electrification of trains, buses and other vehicles, in the race to Net Zero. Watch it here.
  •  Excellent work from Hub Member company Vector Photonics, for successfully developing 1310nm laser prototypes and establishing a business case to commercialise revolutionary semiconductor laser technology through the LOCAL project. Learn more here.
  •  "Engineering is the bridge and is the tool. We can look at problems in the world and generate the solution" On This Is EngineeringDay Hub Member Enass Abo-Hamed, CEO and founder of H2Go Power shared how her innovation is making a difference. Watch her here.
  •  Hub Member Youmna Mouhamad, CEO and founder of Nyfasi is going from strength to strength! Fantastic to see her paving the way as a role model for women in engineering as part of Be The Sparks, The Game Plan podcast episode.
  •  Great news from Hub Member Aceleron. They have raised a further £2.5 million -  and are on course to double its revenue this year. Aceleron is a lithium battery platform which enables easy repair and reuse over time, thus reducing cost and waste. Learn more. 
  • Congrats to Hub Member Adaptix - they have received £2.5 million of investment funding. Their technology aims to transform radiology, by allowing low-cost, low-dose 3D portable imaging. Learn more. 
  •  Check our Hub Member Dr Youmna Mouhamad , CEO and founder of Nyfasi, a hair detangler for people with Afro-textured hair. She was on BBC Sounds to talk about he experiences as a woman engineer in a male dominated world. Listen in at 35.12 mins.


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