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  • From left: Dr Jonathan Hughes and Adam Charlton A Welsh consortium has secured £350,000 of research and development funding to help tackle childhood obesity using apples in an innovative way. The funding from Welsh Government’s Food and Drink Division and Innovate UK’s Small Business Research Initiative will be used to develop a method of utilising apple pomace, a by...
  • Disruptive fingerprint technology company Touch Biometrix has been recognised as one of the Top 20 global key players in a new report. The Welsh company made it on to the newly published market forecast report for the fingerprint sensing industry alongside other leading players including Apple. The new research report predicts the fingerprint sensor market is...
  •   Pictured at NovaUCD, the Centre for New Ventures and Entrepreneurs at University College Dublin where OncoMark is headquartered are Des O'Leary, CEO, OncoMark and Professor John Crown, CMO, OncoMark. (Nick Bradshaw, Fotonic). OncoMark Ltd (www.oncomark.com), an Irish diagnostics company focused on the development of novel panels of cancer biomarkers to aid...
  • Applications are now open to the Royal Society of Chemistry's annual Emerging Technologies Competition. This competition seeks to help chemistry related innovative technologies that are in small companies and universities across UK and Europe. Applications close on 2 July 2018 More information is available here.
  •   Science Minister Sam Gyimah signs landmark agreements with Israel focussing on innovation, ageing and artificial intelligence Science Minister announces the opening of a new call for applications for innovative approaches to improve healthy ageing across Israel and the UK Minister met with Venture Capitalists and start-ups, as part of a renewed effort to...