Archive for July 2021

Call for entries: Medipex NHS Innovation Awards and Showcase

Call for entries: Medipex NHS Innovation Awards and Showcase

Entry is now open for the Medipex NHS Innovation Awards and Showcase on 22 September 2021.

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Vacancy: Technology Innovation Officer in Medical Technologies

Vacancy: Technology Innovation Officer in Medical Technologies

Do you have a proven track record of progressing research in medical technologies towards clinical and commercial application? Do you have excellent project management skills? Are you keen to help drive forward the University’s ambitious plans for growth in this area? The Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering has significant capabilities that support the development […]

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New Healthtech Catalyst to accelerate healthtech innovation and economic growth

New Healthtech Catalyst to accelerate healthtech innovation and economic growth

A wide range of support for businesses, innovators, entrepreneurs healthcare providers and commissioners and researchers goes live this month to catalyse and accelerate economic growth and the adoption of healthtech innovation. The University of Leeds is a core part of the new Healthtech Catalyst, which underpins the ambitions of our regional, cross-sector healthtech partnership. The […]

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Strengthening the knowledge-based economy

Strengthening the knowledge-based economy

The University of Leeds is among the top performing higher education institutions in England for generating impact around its research, according to an analysis by Research England. Research England – a part of UK Research and Innovation – has published its Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF). The framework aligns with many of the University’s key goals to strengthen the economy by sharing its knowledge with business, […]

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Five new proof of concept projects awarded funding from Versus Arthritis

Five new proof of concept projects awarded funding from Versus Arthritis

The IKC and Versus Arthritis have awarded 5 new proof of concept projects for funding of up to £100k, to accelerate innovation in the treatment of musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions. The IKC’s technology innovation managers will support these projects for the duration of the funding (up to 2 years), aiming to progress to the next stage […]

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