The latest news and announcements from Edinburgh Innovations.
A £2.4 million engineering research facility will seek to speed the development of materials and structures for tidal energy, transport and other industries. The FASTBLADE facility will test new materials within full scale structures such as tidal blades, plane...read more
EI client Dr Ali Abbassi Monjezi, whose Waterwhelm startup aims to bring clean water to billions of people, has won the 2019 Converge KickStart Challenge. The former Research Associate at the University of Edinburgh's School of Engineering picked up the £10,000 award...read more
The University’s School of Chemistry and Sunamp, a company that makes heat storage products that cut greenhouse emissions and heating bills, have won the Powerful Partnerships Award in the Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards 2019. The partnership between the University...read more
University researchers and biotech firm Scot Bio have won a prestigious Scottish Life Sciences Award for their pioneering collaboration on natural blue colourants. The partnership won the Innovative Collaboration prize for two years of work that has developed new...read more
The University of Edinburgh has been selected as the lead academic partner in a multi-million-pound commercial collaboration to boost biotech innovation. The FDB Centre of Excellence in Bioprocessing 2.0 is a collaboration between Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies...read more
University spinout Invizius has been included in an internationally respected list of the world's most promising med tech companies. The company, whose technology promises to improve the lives of millions of dialysis patients, has been named by FierceMedTech as one of...read more