The latest news and announcements from Edinburgh Innovations.

Mocean Energy’s £3m award sets course for sea trials

Mocean Energy has been awarded £3.325 million by Wave Energy Scotland to develop its world-leading technology for sea trials in Orkney next year, as it targets the emerging global opportunity in...

Carbogenics takes top prize in Converge Challenge

Carbogenics, a spinout company that turns disposable coffee cups into fertiliser, has taken the coveted top prize in Converge Challenge 2018, and fellow Edinburgh Innovations clients won the awards' Social Enterprise and Kickstart prizes. The annual awards for...

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HyperionDev launches CoGrammar code review service

Education technology startup HyperionDev has rebranded as CoGrammar and launched a recruitment drive for code reviewers as part of a new business-to-business service, following a successful pre-Series A fundraising. CoGrammar, an Edinburgh Innovations client founded...

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Pioneering virtual reality in drug design

A collaboration between computational chemists and a tech start-up is pioneering the use of virtual reality to speed up drug design. A team of scientists at the University of Edinburgh, supported by Edinburgh Innovations, have collaborated for the past year with...

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Partnership boosts cystic fibrosis therapy bid

Edinburgh Innovations has helped facilitate a new collaboration between scientists and leading figures from industry to advance development of a gene therapy for cystic fibrosis. The UK Cystic Fibrosis Gene Therapy Consortium, of which the University of Edinburgh is a...

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Data-Driven Innovation programme launched

The University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University have launched the Data-Driven Innovation programme of the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal, and Edinburgh Innovations will play a key role in the ambitious plan to transform the region into the...

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May and Sturgeon visit University to sign City Region Deal

Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon have visited the University to formally agree the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal. Mrs May and Ms Sturgeon signed the deal at the University’s Bayes Centre, at an event that...

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