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KTN welcomes government push to encourage greater knowledge exchange
Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson has called on universities to do more to commercialise their research.
How the ‘wonder material’ graphene is being used in the real world
Dr Anna Mieczakowski of FGV Cambridge Nanosystems talks about how the material is making planes lighter, buildings safer and components last longer.
How emerging imaging technologies are helping the agri-food sector
From facial recognition of cows to 3D vision systems in retail stores, new imaging technologies are improving efficiency across the agri-food sector.
Science and innovation audit reveals opportunities in med tech sector
Audit highlights strengths and opportunities in the med tech sector in the Leeds City Region
Synthetic biology companies show significant growth at KTN Showcase
A KTN showcase event gave growing engineering biology companies the platform to demonstrate their recent progress and reach new markets.
People Shaped Design
The value of human centred design approaches to surprise, delight and serve your audiences
The wonder stuff
Applying bio-functionalisation techniques to graphene-based sensors is helping to unearth health issues at an early stage.
Passive Eye's tracking devices harvest existing energy to allow greater portability.
From retail to automotive, DesignLED's bespoke tiles are shedding light in all the right places.
Flexibility is key to finding multiple applications for wearable tech.
How OXTO Energy's flywheel could transform demand-based use.
Medicines manufacturing round 1 ISCF Leading-Edge Healthcare/Life Sciences Industrial Strategy launch 30th August.
£15m Innovate UK funding competition to drive innovation in medicines manufacturing launched as part of the ISCF Leading-Edge Healthcare Challenge.