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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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Meet the engineering entrepreneurs pitching at Hub Showcase 2018

Find out more about the engineering entrepreneurs who pitched at the Hub Showcase, an annual event that brings together business leaders, engineers and investors to celebrate the best of UK innovation.

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Poll compares US and UK engineers’ views on engineering enterprise

Research carried out to mark the fifth annual showcase of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub indicates that the UK may have overtaken the US as a centre for engineering startups.

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Josh Burton

Building future businesses: Royal Academy of Engineering recognises twelve new star entrepreneurs

The Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Hub welcomes 12 business leaders from 11 of the UK’s most promising engineering businesses onto its SME Leaders Programme.

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Enterprise Hub takes stock of innovation achievements in first five years

2018 is our fifth anniversary! We reflect on the achievements of the engineering entrepreneurs supported by the Enterprise Hub to date.

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Growing a start-up into a global powerhouse

Hub Mentor Sir Robin Saxby FREng, founding CEO of ARM Holdings, shares

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€50,000 for UK’s “most promising tech entrepreneur” to teach young children how to play music

Hub Member Michael Tougher has received €50,000 to launch his transformational music education invention into a global market set to be worth £23 billion by 2019.

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CustoMem receives €1.4 million grant to accelerate its product to market

A transformational European Commission grant is set to dramatically accelerate biomaterial start-up CustoMem's commercialsation.

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