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George Winfield

Inventor of paper-based sensor to help identify sepsis is named UK's most promising young engineering entrepreneur

George Winfield, Founder and CEO of SPYRAS has been announced as the winner of the Launchpad Competition. He was awarded the prestigious JC Gammon award, receiving a £15,000 prize with support from the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Hub.

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David Cleevely

Chair of Raspberry Pi takes helm at Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Hub

We are pleased to announce the new appointment of David Cleevely CBE FREng as Chair of the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Committee.

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SME Leaders induction booklets

Hub welcomes 11 new engineering innovators to its SME Leaders programme

Learn more about our latest cohort of hub members who are joining the SME Leaders programme.

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jack cohen with Oculus helmet

Massless secures $2m seed funding to transform XR design and engineering

2015 Enterprise Fellow and co-founder, Dr Jack Cohen, secures funding to accelerate the development of his extended reality (XR) design tool, the Massless Pen.

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Agritech startup LettUs Grow secures £1 million to increase food resilience and security in the face of climate change

LettUs Grow, which was co-founded by SME Leaders programme alumni Ben Crowther, announces £1 million in funding to build the farms of the future.

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