The latest news and announcements from Edinburgh Innovations.
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
James Turing has won the inaugural £100,000 Social EDGE Award, one of four EI clients who triumphed in Round 13 of Scottish EDGE, the UK’s largest entrepreneurship funding competition. Turing, an International Development PhD student at the University of Edinburgh, is...read more
From an app to help people with speech disorders, to an engineering design to make jet engines more efficient, the LAUNCH.ed 2018 Business Ideas Competition has celebrated the inventiveness of students and recent graduates. There were more than 100 entries in the...read more
PlayerData has showcased and tested its wearable technology at the Homeless World Cup in Mexico, where the startup company was the official Sports Performance Partner. Founded by University of Edinburgh computer science graduates Roy Hotrabhvanon and Hayden Ball with...read more
Dr John Lonsdale has taken up the new post of Edinburgh Innovations' Head of Enterprise Services. Lonsdale leads a new team bringing together EI’s technology transfer and enterprise development activities, which include licensing University intellectual property and...read more
Invizius, the Edinburgh spinout whose technology promises to improve the lives of millions of dialysis patients, has been named Best Innovative MedTech company at the prestigious OBN Awards. The company’s success in the awards, which have a high profile in the life...read more
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