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Apply for translational proof-of-concept funding: Regenerative Devices Industry Partnership Call

September 22, 2016

Academics and researchers working in close collaboration with medical technology industry partners can apply for up to £100,000 FEC* from the Medical Technologies IKC to undertake proof of concept projects in Regenerative Medical Devices & Medical Devices with Enhanced Regenerative Functions. Regenerative devices is a growing area that focuses on functionally repairing and regenerating the patient’s […]

Partner news: Simpleware release latest version of award-winning software

September 23, 2016

Exeter-based company Simpleware, part of Synopsys Inc., have released the latest version of its award-winning 3D image data visualisation, analysis and model generation software. Version 2016.09 includes many new features for users working in areas such as the Life Sciences, Materials and Industrial Non-Destructive Testing. Simpleware software enables 3D image data taken from sources such […]

New £816 million investment in health research

September 19, 2016

Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit (LMBRU) has been awarded funding for the only dedicated musculoskeletal biomedical research centre in the UK. As part of a new package of research funding from the government, the LMBRU will receive nearly £7 million to continue world-leading research on musculoskeletal conditions. The funding has been awarded to 20 NHS […]

Early Career Researcher opportunity: Newton Researcher Links Workshop in China 6-8 December

June 9, 2016

Under the British Council Researcher Links scheme within the Newton Fund, the University of Bradford and Sichuan University will be holding a workshop ‘Healthcare Technologies for Aging Populations’ in Sichuan University, Chengdu, China on 6-8 December 2016. The workshop will provide a unique opportunity for sharing research expertise and networking. During the workshop Early Career […]

Call for posters: IKC-Regener8 Annual Conference

June 6, 2016

Poster submissions are invited from researchers, developers and innovators from the Regener8 and wider regenerative medicine community. Posters should reflect the core aim of Regener8, which is to support the translation of university and industry-based research and development in regenerative medicine into commercial products and clinical benefits. Poster displays offer a more informal setting in […]