7 January 2022 Written by Narinder Williams
The EU legislation for food labelling is changing...
6 January 2022 Written by James Cortis
Innovate UK EDGE has helped a stem cell bank to streamline its operations with lean processes and achieve a 30% sales uplift, following support with sales and marketing.
Devon-based MedTech innovator, Biovault Family, is helping families access advanced medical treatments by collecting and storing stem cell samples taken from placentas, umbilical cords and cord blood at birth.
24 November 2021 Written by Simon Ward
Innovate UK is changing its relationship with its Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) to create Innovate UK KTN.
24 November 2021 Written by James Cortis
A Cornwall innovator has revamped its business strategy, secured a £23,000 bank loan and expanded into the US market, all with help from Innovate UK EDGE.
muggi has developed the ‘world’s most versatile drinks carrier’, using a combination of recycled post-industrial, household, and marine plastics.
19 November 2021 Written by Simon Ward
16 November 2021 Written by Simon Ward
With help from Innovate UK EDGE's Scaleup Programme, an innovative Cambridgeshire company has restructured for rapid growth.
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3 November 2021 Written by Narinder Williams
If so, you might be interested to have your say on a proposal which the European Commission is preparing which could have future implications for your business. The Commission is looking to amend the existing EU product liability rules, to bring them up to date for our digital and circular economy age.
2 November 2021 Written by Simon Ward
Businesses expand more quickly by making the most of the UK’s thriving design sector, so Innovate UK EDGE is enhancing its innovation & growth specialist-led support with 'Design for Growth'.
11 October 2021 Written by James Cortis
In spite of the global pandemic, Innovate UK EDGE has helped South West regional innovators with business growth, raising over £32m in equity investments and loans, and more than £24m in grant funding, during the time since the first national lockdown.
4 October 2021 Written by Craig Gordon
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) develops when bacteria, fungi or viruses are exposed to antibiotics, antifungals or antivirals. As a result, the antimicrobials become ineffective and infections may persist. In addition, medical interventions including surgery, chemotherapy and stem cell therapy may become impossible.