Hub Media Round up: October 2020

02 Nov 2020

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  • Skin Analytics have now formed a partnership with private healthcare providers BUPA, to provide their skin cancer detection technology as a way to carry out skin cancer assessments remotely in people's homes. To learn more about the partnership, see here.
  • Vivacity labs are now working with Wiltshire Council as part of a 'People Friendly Streets' initiative, to reduce the flow of traffic for pedestrians and cyclists. Their traffic technology will be used to monitor roads and traffic flow elsewhere in real-time to make any appropriate and phased changes to the scheme. Learn more here.
  • Oxford Heartbeat's CEO Katerina Spranger did an interview with Enterprising Oxford, sharing her insights on innovative entrepreneurship and how the medical field can be vastly improved with engineering. See it here.
  • Bio-bean, a startup that turns coffee waste into valuable products, are now a B-corp! B Corps are for-profit companies that use the power of business to build a more inclusive and sustainable economy. They meet the highest verified standards of social and environmental performance, transparency, and accountability. To learn more.
  • Drone automation startup Hammer have recently been utilised by Flash Forest, a reforestation startup based in Canada that uses UAV technology, automation and ecological science to regenerate ecosystems on a global scale. They  have been using Hammer's drone technology to automate their tree planting missions. To learn more.

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