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Anne Glover CBE HonFREng

Anne Glover CBE HonFREng appointed to Council for Science and Technology

Enterprise Committee member Anne Glover CBE HonFREngb has been appointed to the Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology (CST)

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Royal Academy of Engineering identifies eight exciting new technologies developed at UK universities

The Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub has identified eight of the most promising new technologies developed at UK universities with the potential to make a major social and economic impact. The Enterprise Hub will support the researchers behind these technologies to spin-out their ideas into successful businesses.

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Star engineers to receive prestigious Academy Silver Medals

Three early-career engineers, including an Enterprise Fellow alumnus, who are making a big difference in three very different areas of technology are to receive the Royal Academy’s prestigious Silver Medal at the Academy Awards Dinner at the Tower of London on Thursday 23 June 2016.

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Three £50,000 funds launched to help graduate innovators become world-changing entrepreneurs

The Royal Academy of Engineering has launched its first grant exclusively aimed at supporting recent UK engineering graduates and their potentially ground-breaking innovations.

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Nationwide competition launched to find the future stars of UK engineering

A nationwide search has been launched to find the next generation of engineering stars in the UK. The ‘Future of Engineering’ competition is being run by the Royal Academy of Engineering and Entrepreneur First, and aims to discover and promote the best of the UK’s up and coming leaders in engineering.

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Hub member wins Innovate UK grant for ‘virtual’ drug lab

SimOmics, a University of York spin-out backed by the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Enterprise Hub, has been awarded a £300,000 grant from nnovate UK to develop a ‘virtual laboratory’.

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Armourgel

Academy-backed inventor wins £1,000,000 Government grant for smart ‘Armourgel’ to help reduce hip fractures

Dr Daniel Plant, a Member of the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Hub, has received £900,0000 from the Government’s Small Business Research Initiative-which funds innovative solutions to major public-sector challenges.

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Royal Academy of Engineering selects Britain’s most promising young tech entrepreneur

The 23-year-old inventor of an inflatable incubator to prevent premature baby deaths in the developing world has been selected by the Royal Academy of Engineering as the UK’s most promising young entrepreneur in the engineering and technology sector.

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Pioneering malaria filtration technology wins £350,000 cash injection

MediSieve founder George Frodsham has secured £350,000 seed funding to develop a revolutionary magnetic malaria-filter, which could reduce a child’s infection by 90% within hours.

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