Drawing on a comparison between New York’s ecosystem development and an emerging project approach in London, a panel of experts will discuss targeted initiatives and policies that can work in ecosystem-building more generally.
Join us at the UK SPINE 2020 virtual conference, 11 – 20 November with the theme: ‘How does the UK lead the race to deliver 5 extra healthy years of life by 2035?’
The UK SPINE conference brings together world-leading researchers, investors, administrators, healthcare professionals, and the pharmaceutical industry to share ideas on improving healthspan and combatting the multi-morbidities of ageing.
Key sessions include:
20 July 2020: The Universities of Birmingham and Warwick have created a new spinout company, 4D Medicine Ltd, to commercialise a new class of materials – liquid resins that can be printed into solid 3D scaffolds to help patients recover from major medical procedures more quickly.
The company has secured a £197k grant from Innovate UK and pre-seed investment of £281k from SFC Capital to develop a range of implantable medical devices that will improve patient quality of life by accelerating healing and recovery after common surgical procedures.1
YES is a must for postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers wishing to:
How things change. Barely three months later and the world had turned upside down, or at least had gone into a state of paralysis never seen before.
PraxisAuril and UKRI announce the 2020 KE Award Winners. Our seven winners embody the high standards of UK Knowledge Exchange and recognise the people, partnerships, deals and initiatives that generate this world-class activity.
The KE Awards (previously known as the ‘Impact Awards’) is an initiative organised by PraxisAuril, the UK’s world-leading professional association for Knowledge Exchange (KE) practitioners. The Awards celebrate the contribution of KE professionals to generating societal and economic impact from research.
If so, apply for a place on our technology training fellowship programme and get fast track training into the world of technology transfer - where you’ll be helping to ensure the great science can make a real difference to patients lives. To find out more, please visit the LifeArc website.
Each fellow receives:
The ABPI’s 2020 Academic Links survey was published on 22nd May and it contains data on undergraduate placements, apprenticeships, PhD studentships and innovative collaborative projects involving large numbers of individuals in academia.