Latest news from University of Birmingham Enterprise

Research into sugar-based plastics shows the shape of things to come

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Research into sugar-based plastics shows the shape of things to come
Date:
17 March 2022

Specialist molecular diagnostic company lands in Birmingham

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Specialist molecular diagnostic company lands in Birmingham
Date:
16 March 2022

New spinout brings 'omics' to chemical safety

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New spinout brings 'omics' to chemical safety
Date:
08 March 2022

Funding success for 'supercritical water' approach to recycling plastic packaging waste

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Funding success for 'supercritical water' approach to recycling plastic packaging waste
Date:
02 March 2022

Sensor breakthrough paves way for groundbreaking map of world under Earth surface

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An object hidden below ground has been located using quantum technology - a long-awaited milestone with implications for industry, human knowledge and security.
Date:
23 February 2022

A new 'supercritical water' approach to recycling plastic packaging waste

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A new 'supercritical water' approach to recycling plastic packaging
Date:
10 February 2022

Matoke Holdings to conduct formulation research at the BioHub Birmingham

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Matoke Holdings has joined the community of R&D companies in the BioHub Birmingham and announced the next phase of development for its Reactive Oxygen® technology for acute, surgical and chronic wound management.
Date:
01 February 2022

Birmingham spinout Rheality begins commercialisation for a technology that will make manufacturing more sustainable

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Birmingham spinout Rheality has partnered with Clean Engineering to start commercialisation for a technology that will revolutionise process control – and make manufacturing more sustainable.
Date:
20 January 2022

New HVDC prototype and powerful economic analysis make the case for a global energy grid based on 100% renewable energy

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New HVDC prototype and powerful economic analysis make the case for a global energy grid based on 100% renewable energy
Date:
19 January 2022

A sweet breakthrough: scientists develop recyclable plastics based on sugars

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Researchers have created a new family of polymers from sustainable sources that retain all of the same qualities as common plastics, but are also degradable and mechanically recyclable.
Date:
18 January 2022

University of Birmingham opens for applications for Midlands' Pitch Up investment competition

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Applications to Minerva Birmingham's Pitch Up 2022 competition have opened. Participating businesses have the chance to pitch head-to-head to a variety of investors to win a cash prize.
Date:
12 January 2022

New spinout aims to speed up battery development

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New spinout from University of Birmingham and Imperial College London aims to speed up battery development
Date:
11 January 2022
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