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PraxisAuril KE Awards 2023 Open for Entries

20 Jul 2023

The PraxisAuril KE Awards celebrate the people, partnerships and creativity that underpin the UK’s knowledge exchange (KE) activity.

KE Concordat Team Launches Repository of Good Practice Arising from KEC Development Year

20 Jul 2023

PraxisAuril aids launch of the KE Concordat repository

Spinout Delta g Raises £1.5m to Build Gravity Gradiometry Platform for Mapping the Underground Space

18 Jul 2023

Leading venture capital companies have invested in Delta g to enable their vision of creating the ‘Google Maps for the underground space'

PraxisAuril Drives New Community of Practice in Partnership with the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)

5 Jul 2023

PraxisAuril is thrilled to announce the launch of a new Community of Practice (CoP) focused on the field of social venture building and self-sustaining commercialisation in Arts, Humanities, and Social Science (AHSS) research.

USIT Guide

26 Apr 2023

The UK’s potential as a science super-power has been given a significant boost today with the launch of unique guidance that will accelerate and support the founding of a new generation of start-ups.

New Drug to Lower Brain Pressure could Treat Blinding IIH Headaches

27 Mar 2023

Trials to lower brain pressure in patients with type2 diabetes also reduced the number of 'blinding' headaches

Naturally Occurring Peptide may Tackle the ‘Root Cause’ of Obesity-Related Conditions

9 Mar 2023

Research published today by the University of Birmingham, shows that a peptide (small protein) called PEPITEM could provide a revolutionary approach to reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes and other obesity-related diseases such as hepatic steatosis (fatty liver). 

200 Jobs Boost as Global Defence and Security Firm Chooses Newcastle for New Research Site

20 Feb 2023

Proximity to Newcastle University and National Innovation Centre for Data key to Leonardo announcement .

Novel Adaptation for Existing Furnaces could Reduce CO2 Emissions from Steelmaking by 90%

24 Jan 2023

Researchers from University of Birmingham, U.K., show novel adaptation for existing furnaces could reduce steelmaking emissions by 90%

PraxisAuril Announces New Chief Executive

7 Dec 2022

PraxisAuril is delighted to announce the appointment of David Russell as its new CEO.

And the winners are…

28 Nov 2022

PraxisAuril is delighted to announce the winners of the 2022 KE Awards

ChromaTwist Lands Second Round of Equity Funding to Develop Fluorescent Dyes for the Flow Cytometry Market

14 Nov 2022

University of Birmingham spinout ChromaTwist Ltd has secured £487k of equity investment to develop its new class of fluorescent dyes for the flow cytometry reagent market.

PrA welcomes two new Board members

10 Nov 2022

PraxisAuril is delighted to announce that two new Directors have been appointed to the PraxisAuril Board, both for four-year terms.

Busting the myths surrounding UK university spinouts

9 Nov 2022

PraxisAuril is delighted to share the release of a new technical report from the University Commercialisation and Innovation Policy Evidence Unit (UCI) headed up by Tomas Coates Ulrichsen and based at the University of Cambridge. The report marks a significant step forward in our shared understanding of current practice in taking equity in university spinouts in the UK. Thank you to all the PraxisAuril members who took the time to speak to the UCI team about your spinout policies, typical practice and experience with the wide variety of stakeholders involved.  

Finalists for the PraxisAuril KE Awards 2022 Revealed

4 Nov 2022

We are delighted to announce the finalists for the PraxisAuril KE Awards 2022.

New Device for Early Detection of Gum Disease

18 Oct 2022

Researchers from the University of Birmingham are developing a rapid test for gum disease and expect the technology to play a pivotal role in early detection of heart or lung disease, type 2 diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis.

Therapeutic Games and Brain Stimulation Mitigates Cognitive Decline in Older Adults

12 Oct 2022

Scientists and clinicians from the University of Birmingham, UK, Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Canada, and the University of Trento, Italy have devised a new technology to help older people boost their working memory with a new approach that couples online therapeutic games with a non-invasive brain stimulation technique.

Knowledge Exchange Framework Advances Following Positive Feedback

27 Sep 2022

Research England’s second iteration of new and enhanced KEF dashboards released and passes another major milestone as it builds on positive feedback on the first version.

Research Identifies New Treatment Target for CNS Injury and Neurological Disease

26 Sep 2022

Birmingham researchers have identified a potential target for drugs to treat long-term neurological conditions like Alzheimer’s Disease and foster nerve regeneration in central nervous system injuries.

Next Generation Water Pollution Solutions Revealed

20 Sep 2022

IN-PART campaign surfaces over 100 next-generation solutions to the water pollution crisis from academia