27 July 2022 Written by Graeme Owen
Although mental health is widely recognised as a major disease burden, it does not receive the same level of attention or funding as diseases such as cancer or cardiovascular health. David Newton, chief operating officer at Akrivia Health, says there has been a historic lack of investment and therefore, a lack of discovery, in the fields of psychiatry and dementia.
25 July 2022 Written by James Cortis
A Bristol innovator is using interactive digital technology to help advanced manufacturing businesses create powerful and visually compelling sales experiences and communicate complex concepts to their clients. It has developed a pioneering new product, refined its marketing strategy and tripled its revenue – all with Innovate UK EDGE support.
21 July 2022 Written by Emma Edmonds
A report on a progressive international growth opportunity for Women in Innovation in The Netherlands
1 July 2022 Written by Simon Ward
The UK Government has signed a major Research, Science and Innovation Arrangement with New Zealand today, at the same time launching Innovate UK's Global Business Innovation Programme: New Zealand Agritech.
16 June 2022 Written by James Cortis
Bristol-based Learn.ink, which has developed a mobile training platform for smartphone users in emerging economies, has revamped its growth and IP strategies and secured £20,000 in grant funding with Innovate UK EDGE support.
16 June 2022 Written by Katie Griffin
Supported by Innovate UK EDGE, DataQube Global developed and raised significant funding for its innovative, standalone podular data centre system business, enabling high-speed, high-performance and low latency processing at the edge. The fully scalable solution reduces both energy consumption and CO2 emissions by more than half.
15 June 2022 Written by James Cortis
A Bath-based software company is enabling healthcare services to streamline their patient care journeys, helping them to spot key trends and spend more time focusing on patients.
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.