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Phillipa Smith

From AI to detect skin cancer to next-generation products to reduce plastic use: 11 engineering innovators recognised by the Royal Academy of Engineering

Meet the fifth cohort of innovators to join our SME Leaders Programme, which supports leadership development for individuals in engineering and technology SMEs with plans to scale-up.

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Rowan Chips Board Launchpad 2018

Chip[s] Board CEO named UK's most promising young engineering entrepreneur

Last night [Thursday 22 November] Rowan Minkley, co-founder and CEO of Chip[s]Board was announced the UK’s most promising young engineering entrepreneur by the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Hub, in the presence of HRH The Princess Royal.

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Launchpad 2017

2017 Launchpad Competition winners Klydo raises £1 million to codify innovation

Klydo, the machine learning research assistant co-founded by Hub Member Nick Schweitzer, has announced a £1 million funding round, led by Episode 1.

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Neurofenix

Hub Member product launch: Neurofenix release smart game controller to revolutionise stroke rehabilitation exercise

2017 Enterprise Fellow Guillem Singla Buxarrais, co-founder of Neurofenix, launches the 'NeuroBall' to increase the accessibility and effectiveness of post-stroke rehabilitation.

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SME Leaders Programme 2017

Promising SME Leaders sought for £10,000 training and development grant

Applications are now open for the February 2019 intake of our SME Leaders Programme, where successful applicants will receive grant funding of up to £10,000 to support training needs.

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nuron

Northumbrian Water first utility company in the world to install nuron’s nervous system for sewers

SME Leader Claire Fenwick, Managing Director at nuron Limited, announces that Northumbrian Water Limited has signed an agreement to be the first water company to install nuron's game changing sewer monitoring technology in a live sewer system.

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Ground-breaking medical blood treatment passes £1.75 million in funding

2015 Enterprise Fellow Dr George Frodsham raises over £1.75 million in funding for his innovative blood filtration device.

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Dr Katerina Spranger

Britain’s top engineering innovations pitch for support

Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub debuts leading engineering entrepreneurs from our 2016/17 cohorts to investors and engineering community.

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