Latest news from University of Birmingham Enterprise

University of Birmingham, Globant, Dexter, announce R&D partnership

Female scientist in medical R&D laboratory
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The partnership will help reduce the time and cost of observational and clinical studies, and de-risk R&D investment decisions in healthcare and life sciences
Date:
25 January 2023

Novel adaptation for existing blast furnaces could reduce steelmaking emissions by 90%

Steelworks
Description:
Birmingham researchers have devised a ‘closed loop’ carbon recycling system that could radically reduce carbon dioxide emissions from the steelmaking industry
Date:
24 January 2023

Blood clotting research holds hope for sepsis

Sepsis written on transparent whiteboard
Description:
Researchers who identified a novel mechanism for platelet activation in blood clotting (thrombosis) are now turning their attention to sepsis
Date:
13 December 2022

University of Birmingham announces all language capability for tool to expedite Long COVID research

Man wearing mask, looking ill
Description:
The validated Symptom Burden Questionnaire™ for Long COVID (SBQ™-LC) will help medical researchers develop or test new treatments.
Date:
08 December 2022

New device from Birmingham, U.K., to provide early diagnosis for cardiac tamponade

graphic of heart beat
Description:
Diagnostic device to monitor against post-surgery heart strangulation risk under development by company formed by Birmingham cardiothoracic surgeon
Date:
05 December 2022

University of Birmingham Enterprise lands award for ‘Deal of the Year’

Award winners at the ceremony
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University of Birmingham Enterprise has won the coveted Commercial Deal of the Year award from PraxisAuril, a world-leading association for Knowledge Exchange
Date:
02 December 2022

University of Birmingham spinout founder in UK tech entrepreneur watchlist

Tim Naughton, CTO of Salinity Solutions
Description:
Tim Naughton, who co-founded engineering technology startup Salinity Solutions in 2021 has been chosen for inclusion in the TechRound ‘29under29’ listing.
Date:
24 November 2022

University of Birmingham incubator scores twice on prestigious watchlist for female entrepreneurs

Juliet Edjere of Maze (left) and Frankie Lewns of Bloomwise (right).
Description:
Two alumni from the B-Elevate incubator selected for the Telegraph NatWest 100 Female Entrepreneurs to Watch list.
Date:
22 November 2022

Minerva Birmingham Investment Pitching Competition now open for applications

Kate Walker, founder of Exphand Prosthetics and winner of the 2022 PitchUp competition
Description:
Organisers of the competition, which provides training on how to secure investment, are inviting applications from ambitious small businesses in the Midlands.
Date:
22 November 2022

Researchers make miniature ‘bone marrows in a dish’ to improve anti-cancer treatments

Picture of organoid
Description:
The organoids provide a micro-environment that can accept and support the survival of cells from patients with blood malignancies
Date:
15 November 2022

ChromaTwist lands funding to develop fluorescent dyes for the flow cytometry market

ChromaTwist fluourescent dyes in test tubes
Description:
The University of Birmingham spinout has secured £487k of equity investment to develop its new class of fluorescent dyes for flow cytometry.
Date:
14 November 2022

Historic concussion monitoring collaboration extended during Women’s 2021 Rugby World Cup

Female Rugby Players
Description:
The collaboration between University of Birmingham spin-off Marker Diagnostics, Rugby Football Union and World Rugby extended for the Women’s Rugby World Cup
Date:
11 November 2022
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