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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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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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Hub Media Round up 4

Hub media round up: June 2020

A collection of Hub Member mentions in online media.

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Launchpad 2015 winners with David Gammon

A different path to entrepreneurship

Royal Academy of Engineering's Enterprise Hub mentor and Rockspring founder David Gammon discusses the merits of being an entrepreneur.

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Enterprise Hub Team

Breaking the growth barrier: scaling up at the Enterprise Hub Showcase

Entrepreneurs, engineers and investors speak at the Enterprise Hub Showcase discussing ways to improve the support provision for entrepreneurs, enabling them to overcome barriers when commercialising research and growing their start ups.

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bethan wolfenden with product

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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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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Guests at the 2016 Launchpad awards

‘Musical Raspberry Pi’ inventor named UK’s most promising young tech entrepreneur

The 24-year-old inventor of a ‘Raspberry Pi for music’, which could empower children to create music without the complexity of traditional instruments, has been named as the UK’s most promising young technology entrepreneur by the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Hub.

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