We are looking for a licensee for a new method for the formation of Ru(II) complexes using a method in which a [Ru(arene)Cl2]2 complex is converted directly to a tethered Ru(II) complex in one step. Advantages include the synthesis of new catalysts and a concise route with no need for the use of a cyclohexadiene intermediate […]
We are working with a UK university to develop applications in 3D printing of medical devices used in ophthalmics. The technology is expected to speed-up the R&D process as well as revolutionise production of customised products.
We are pleased to report that Cath has been invited to speak at the PraxisUnico ‘New Venture Creation’ course in September. More details about the course can be found here.
A team at a UK University has developed a software tool that considers the technical specification of different micro-hydro turbines and uses satellite data to identify sites suitable for each type of turbine and where there are lower barriers to planning permission. The software is expected to have applications across many countries, including developing countries. Please get in touch if […]
We are working with a UK University that has developed a Hazard Management System that is a new web-based software tool for managing the stocks of chemicals and substances within a hazardous environment. The software securely centralises data storage, providing a multi-user interface to efficiently organise and quickly identify various items, hazards and risks. The system will increase […]
We are pleased to report that Cath has been invited to speak at the PraxisUnico New Venture Creation course in February. More details about the course can be found here
We are pleased to announce that Cath will be one of the speakers at the ASTP-Proton Technology Licensing course which will be held in Lisbon in January. Cath’s lecture is titled ‘Market Research – finding a potential licensee’. More information about the course can be found on the ASTP-Proton website http://www.astp-proton.eu/
We are working with a UK University on a new technology for test to positively confirm the onset of labour. The test will be able to confirm specifically whether or not a patient is in labour, as opposed to the current fibronectin test which can only indicates if a patient is not in labour. The […]
We are working with a team at the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University that has developed an innovative web based solution for drug and alcohol services. IMS Online is a web based solution for services to record activity not covered by the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS) dataset such as […]
We are pleased to be working with Loughborough University to present a 2 hour workshop for students and staff on the key role market research plays in the business start-up process. The lecture is one of a series of talks provided by the University working in partnership with Creative Leicestershire.