Congratulations to all the winners at the Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards 2018 for their great performance and outstanding innovations - a special congratulations to our PraxisAuril members: University of Dundee, Queen Margaret University and Edinburgh Napier University.
Click here to find out more about the winners of this year’s Knowledge Exchange Awards.
We are always looking forward to hearing about your KE successes!
Now celebrating its 10th year, this competition recognises and rewards individuals and small teams who have harnessed the potential of their excellent research.
The competition has four award categories:
Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) and Higher Education – Business and Community Interaction (HE-BCI) review
Speaker: Hamish McAlpine, Senior Higher Education Policy Adviser, Knowledge Exchange – HEFCE
Date and location: Thursday 15th February 2018 from 1 to 4 pm, NTU Dryden Centre, The Courtroom NG1 4EY.
To register please contact Estelle Paley email@example.com
Alta Innovations Ltd, the 100%-owned technology transfer company for the University of Birmingham, announces it has changed its name to University of Birmingham Enterprise Ltd.
Under the new name, University of Birmingham Enterprise Ltd will carry on the operations of Alta Innovations, including IP, licensing, and the Academic Consultancy Service.
Lab Innovations in partnership with PraxisAuril and Eppendorf is giving 15 selected applicants the chance to showcase your latest research at the UK's only exhibition dedicated to the laboratory industry.
A research team led by the University of Birmingham has found a new method which could mark the first step in a new direction for hard tissue regeneration with the potential to help repair bone, teeth and cartilage, according to a paper published today in Scientific Reports.
The paper describes the use of extra-cellular vesicles in combination with phosphate therapy, which outperformed the current clinical gold standard (BMP-2) in terms of rate and volume of mineral deposition in in vitro models of bone regeneration.
WHAT: The NCRI Cancer Conference is the UK’s major forum showcasing the best British and international cancer research, bringing together 1,500 leading experts from across the world.