This event will review and advance understanding of regulatory requirements affecting distributed models of manufacturing in healthcare. Expert speakers includeRead more
Could we one day be able to print our own personalised medicine? Lee Cronin, Regius Professor of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow is suggesting exactly that.Read more
The Annual Annual NHS R&D Forum is a 2 day event aimed at those involved in research and development in the healthcare sector. This eventRead more
An event that brings together industry and academic experts to map the future challenges facing the pharmaceutical supply chain and develop proposals to overcome them.Read more
The RiHN Research team includes members from the University of Cambridge, Loughborough, Nottingham, Newcastle, the West of England and Brunel University. Join our network for the opportunity to discuss the challenges of Redistributed Manufacturing in Healthcare with experts in the field.Read more
Innovate UK is to invest up to £2 million in feasibility studies to stimulate innovation across four enabling technology areas that support future UK growth: advanced materials; biosciences; electronics, sensors and photonics; and information and communication technology (ICT).Read more
This is the third Briefing Event for the Technology Inspired Innovation Feasibility Studies Competition 2016.
These events offer the opportunity to find out about the specific funding rules and scope of the competition. Those attending can also find out how the KTN can support their application and ask questions of the lead technologists in each of the 4 technologies.Read more
Since the 1980s, UK Manufacturing has increasingly moved offshore, with a vast share of goods being produced in countries such as China, India or Bangladesh. Couple this with the fact that any ‘finished’ product will often go through different production stages, each of which can be carried out in various parts of the world, and you are often left with supply chain scenarios that have taken on near absurd scales.Read more
Innovate UK is to invest up to £2 million in feasibility studies to stimulate innovation across four enabling technology areas that underpin future UK growth: advanced materials; biosciences; electronics, sensors and photonics; and information and communication technology (ICT).
The aim of this competition is to ensure that small and micro businesses in the UK are equipped to respond to market opportunities across a range of economic sectors.Read more