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Forensics

Aiming to create and promote new knowledge and knowledge transfer in forensics, primarily for the benefit of UK business and economic growth.

Forensics

Forensics covers all areas related to the investigation of crime: this can include areas as diverse as computer decryption, chemical sensing, human anatomy, crime scene reconstruction and pathology.

To discuss how KTN can help your company’s Forensics work, contact:
Hazel Biggs – KTM Forensics, Defence and Security

KTN has created the Forensic Science Database, a tool for anyone looking to undertake a research and development project that has an application in forensic science. The database has three interlinked sections; challenges (research challenges that have been identified primarily by the end user community), contributors (challenge submitters) and stakeholders (potential project partners).

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Registration is now open for the Women in Innovation: Building Success in the North West event
As part of Innovate UK’s second Women in Innovation programme, KTN will be hosting the fifth Building Success event, 24th September, in Manchester.
KTN A2FF Team to Speak at EISA 'Ready Steady Grow! 2019' Event Series
Ian Tracey, Emma Fadlon, Charlotte Thompson and Siwan Smith will be speaking at The Enterprise Investment Scheme Association events Sep-Nov 2019.
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SBRI: innovation in rail security surveillance analytics, phase 1

UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £968,000+VAT for innovations that demonstrate security surveillance analytics in Network Rail stations.
Opens:
16.09.19
Closes:
06.11.19
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DASA seeks innovation in Point of Care diagnostics

£500k is available to fund the development of novel PoC devices that enable rapid diagnosis of individuals exposed to biological or chemical agents.