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The Medical Technologies Innovation and Knowledge Centre, funded by UKRI EPSRC, brings businesses together with world-class experts to accelerate the commercial development of new medical technology products and services.

 

The Medical Technologies IKC facilitates collaboration between companies, engineers, scientists and clinicians to develop innovative technologies that help the body repair and restore function.

 

Working in partnership with us provides the opportunity to:

  • speed up route to market
  • work with world-leading experts to ensure products and services are fit for purpose
  • reduce the risk of late-stage failure
  • access resources to support innovation for new product development

The Medical Technologies Innovation and Knowledge Centre, funded by UKRI EPSRC, brings businesses together with world-class experts to accelerate the commercial development of new medical technology products and services.

 

The Medical Technologies IKC facilitates collaboration between companies, engineers, scientists and clinicians to develop innovative technologies that help the body repair and restore function.

 

Working in partnership with us provides the opportunity to:

  • speed up route to market
  • work with world-leading experts to ensure products and services are fit for purpose
  • reduce the risk of late-stage failure
  • access resources to support innovation for new product development
How a ‘smart implant’ could help joint replacement patients with recovery

How a ‘smart implant’ could help joint replacement patients with recovery

A new device able to reliably monitor a patient’s recovery following joint replacement will soon be ready for regulatory approval.

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Infection control in gum disease

Infection control in gum disease

A technology to tackle infection and inflammation in serious gum disease and enable the tissue to regenerate has shown promise in laboratory tests.

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Bone and cartilage scaffold to enter clinical trials

Bone and cartilage scaffold to enter clinical trials

An osteochondral scaffold that can repair large cartilage defects is due to go into its first clinical trials later this year.

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‘Gaming’ device aims to help with persistent pain

‘Gaming’ device aims to help with persistent pain

An innovative device to tackle chronic limb pain is being trialled across the UK, thanks to support from the IKC and Versus Arthritis.

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Boosting career progression: from academia to industry

Boosting career progression: from academia to industry

Dr Tom Baboolal’s career transition from academic research in cell biology to a clinical researcher position in industry was made possible through the IKC.

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Medical device regulations – product and risk classification READ MORE

Medical device regulations – product and risk classification

Where:Online When:23/03/22 @ 10:00 am

Register now Are you developing a device for the health sector? Unsure if you need to adhere to the Medical Device Regulations? Or what the risk classification of your medical device is? A free online course offered by the IKC and delivered by the creators of RegMetrics aims to demystify medical device regulations for up-and-coming […]

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