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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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Royal Academy of Engineering selects Britain’s top four 16-25-year-old engineering entrepreneurs

Technology visionaries Amanda Campbell, 23, George Edwards, 19, James Roberts, 23 and Sorin Popa, 25, have all been invited to join the Academy’s Enterprise Hub after competing in the nationwide Launchpad Competition aimed at 16-25-year-old engineering entrepreneurs.

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Drug-free malaria ‘sieve’ treatment tackles increasingly resistant global killer

Dr George Frodsham talks to us about growing global concerns about increases in resistance to malaria drugs, and the drug-free treatment he is developing which uses the magnetic properties of affected cells against them.

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Pioneering innovators to receive Academy Silver Medals

Three of the UK’s most talented engineers are to receive the Royal Academy of Engineering’s coveted Silver Medal for remarkable technical achievements in their fields, coupled with commercial success.

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RAEng-ERA Foundation Entrepreneurs Award

Four game-changing electro-technology developments backed by the Royal Academy of Engineering

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Tracerco enhances service offering with ilumink acquisition

Leading industrial technology specialist Tracerco, part of the Johnson Matthey group, today announces the acquisition of UK based ilumink.

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Enterprise Fellow at Pitch@Palace

The Duke of York welcomed 41 start-ups to St James's Palace for the second Pitch@Palace event. The theme for the evening was Science and Technology. All 41 had the opportunity to network with an audience of CEOs, mentors, angel investors and other influential members of the UK business community.

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Blinkx founder to join venture firm Balderton Capital

Enterprise Hub Mentor Suranga Chandratillake is the focus of this New York Times article covering his return to the UK from Silicon Valley

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