10 June 2022 Written by Kelly Hunter
The standard method of manufacturing prosthetic eyes is a decades-old, artisanal process: it is invasive and can be uncomfortable for the patient, as well as time-consuming. But new technology, developed by UK SME Ocupeye, looks set to change all that.
31 May 2022 Written by Emily Sotudeh
We spoke to Innovate UK EDGE scaleup director Chris Ellis to find out which business growth podcasts he and his clients value.
25 May 2022 Written by Stephanie Churchman
New initiative announced at London Stock Exchange event alongside independent research demonstrating high value from the Scaleup Programme.
24 May 2022 Written by Emily Sotudeh
We spoke to Innovate UK EDGE scaleup director Chris Ellis to find out which business growth blogs he’s been following.
24 May 2022 Written by James Cortis
A Bristol innovator has launched a pioneering health and safety device and raised £450,000 following support with design thinking and investment readiness from Innovate UK EDGE.
19 May 2022 Written by Kirsten Masson
Medwise.ai is a search engine designed specifically for medical staff to help them find answers to clinical questions, at the point of need. Supported by Innovate UK EDGE, Medwise.ai was first developed as a tool to help doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals access up-to-date information on Covid-19.
18 May 2022 Written by Kelly Hunter
Thanks to grants and business support from Innovate UK and its business growth and scaling service Innovate UK EDGE, Rubixx Solutions is disrupting the housing association market with an innovative software product.
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17 May 2022 Written by Emily Sotudeh
Learn how to calculate your market readiness level, overcome common challenges and discover the types of innovation support available.
16 May 2022 Written by Tom Kinney
We spoke to Tom Kinney, senior innovation and growth specialist, about market expansion and strategies for success.
16 May 2022 Written by Emma Edmonds
Supported by Innovate UK EDGE, a London-based start-up has created a successful business based around novel children’s plates with in-built train tracks.
Sophia Procter, founder of Munchy Play, said: “the idea for the plates came to me because I struggled to get my toddler to sit down at the table at mealtimes.”