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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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Yunjia Li

Dr Yunjia Li

Co-founder of Synote, a company that produces software to automate transcription

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Spotlight on Spinouts: UK academic spinout trends

A new report by the Royal Academy of Engineering Enterprise Hub and Beauhurst on the current state of UK's spinout landscape.

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David Lane 2020

Dr David Lane CBE FREng FRSE

Professor of Autonomous Systems Engineering and founding Director of the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics

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Josh Reiss MixGenius

Empowering academic entrepreneurs

Josh Reiss, co-founder of MixGenius and Head of Audio Engineering at the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary University of London, blogs about strategies for and the importance of empowering academic entrepreneurs

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Ian Shott 2020

Ian Shott CBE FREng

Managing Director of Arcinova; Managing Partner at Shott Trinova LLP; Chair of the Enterprise Committee

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Eight technologies move from lab to reality

The eight most promising new technologies developed in UK universities that the Royal Academy of Engineering has identified as having outstanding real-world potential.

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Herman Hauser

Dr Hermann Hauser KBE FREng FRS

Co-Founder, Amadeus Capital Partners

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Professor Roger Benson

Professor Roger S Benson FREng

Joint President of The Centre for Process Analytics and Control Technology

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