Medherant, a developer of innovative transdermal drug delivery treatments for pain and CNS diseases, has been awarded a Medicines Manufacturing Grant by Innovate UK.
A new spinout company from the University of Warwick will focus on the development of open-source and innovative laboratory equipment for life sciences researchers and citizen scientists.
Professor Matthew I. Gibson in the Department of Chemistry has licensed a non-natural amino acid, Fmoc 4-azido-L-phenylalanine, to the reagent company Kerafast.
Last week, Warwick Ventures played host to the first Midlands ICURe (Innovation to Commercialisation of University Research) bootcamp, welcoming 12 entrepreneurial teams from eight universities to Warwick Conferences to develop their commercially-promising ideas.
This year's University awards saw a joint win to the Chemistry Department and Warwick Ventures in the Research Contribution category for the creation of spin-out Interface Polymers. Each year the awards recognise outstanding contribution of staff at Warwick across all departments.
An independent survey of over 500 chatbot owners and developers by text analytics specialists Warwick Analytics reveals the majority are not satisfied with the performance of their chatbots and say human validation is key. The research shows that 59% of businesses who have a chatbot are unsatisfied with its performance.
Warwick Ventures is pleased to announce the awardees of the first round of the Ideas Fund, which is aimed at supporting the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences faculties in applying their research and innovation to benefit the wider society.
Warwick joins university partnership to launch Midlands Innovation Commercialisation of Research Accelerator (MICRA)
The University of Warwick is part of a new connected system of technology transfer offices that has been launched to drive jobs and economic growth across the Midlands region, following a £5million award from Research England.
An £8 million expansion of the Innovation to Commercialisation of University Research (ICURe) pilot programme will allow even more commercially-promising ideas to get to market more quickly. The funding will see the University of Warwick and Queen’s University Belfast join the programme, which is supported by Innovate UK, part of the new national funding body UK Research and Innovation.
Recycling Technologies, a company specialising in the chemical recycling of mixed plastic waste and based upon research originating at the University of Warwick, has raised £3.7m in new investment including a major strategic £1m equity investment from global energy trader, InterChem to support its operations and acquire a new facility.