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Cheney Fellowships for Early Career and Senior Med Tech Researchers

March 25, 2014

Would you like to spend a period of time working on your research at a leading UK institution, exploring new research ideas and building new collaborations, free from day to day distractions? The Cheney Fellowships Scheme, funded through the generosity of Peter and Susan Cheney is designed to do just that. Now in their second […]

Partner news: Corinthian Surgical access new global market

March 24, 2014

MeDe Innovation partner, Corinthian Surgical, have secured their first order in South Africa, opening up new markets for the company. Corinthian Surgical design, manufacture and market high quality biomaterials for E.N.T. and Neurosurgery worldwide. “A key doctor has made an order with us to routinely use our product for cochlea implants. We’ve been selling globally […]

Partner news: Clear toughened glass benefits demonstrated for BBC Watchdog

Toughened glass features in the BBC’s new “Watchdog Test House” series next week (11.45am on Thursday 27 March) courtesy of (Sheffield-based) independent research, testing, analysis and design specialist Glass Technology Services Ltd (GTS) – a MeDe Innovation partner. The episode – one of a series of 15 hosted by newsreader Sophie Raworth – will focus […]

Cell Therapy Catapult & University of Leeds to collaborate on acellular scaffolds

February 24, 2014

Access to expertise at two of University’s centres The Cell Therapy Catapult, which is focused on the development of the UK cell therapy industry to increase the nation’s health and wealth, and the University of Leeds have agreed to work together on acellular scaffolds for the delivery of cellular therapies. The University’s Regener8 (the N8 […]

MP visits University of Leeds as part of Royal Society Pairing Scheme

February 21, 2014

The Member of Parliament for Leeds North West, Greg Mulholland, has recently participated in the Royal Society Pairing Scheme which involved being shadowed in Parliament by University of Leeds researcher Claire Brockett, and then spending an afternoon at the University’s Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering. The Royal Society Pairing Scheme enables scientists to link […]