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The latest news and announcements from Edinburgh Innovations.

Dialysis pioneer Invizius raises £2.75m

Edinburgh spinout Invizius, whose innovative technology could save kidney patients’ lives, has raised £2.75 million in a new funding deal.The EI client has secured funding from a consortium...
£1m MRC grant to test new treatment for advanced cancer

£1m MRC grant to test new treatment for advanced cancer

Researchers have been awarded funding for a clinical study of a novel approach to treating advanced cancer symptoms that could improve quality of life for patients. The Medical Research Council (MRC) has awarded the Biomedical Catalyst grant to the Institute of...

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Enterprise education in a class of its own

Enterprise education in a class of its own

Midlothian school children have spent a day learning entrepreneurial skills with the help of experts from Edinburgh Innovations. At the Enterprise Education day at Newbattle High School, 24 pupils in S5 and S6 researched real-world commercial and societal needs,...

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Scotland’s fintech community leaps to 100 firms

Scotland’s fintech community leaps to 100 firms

FinTech Scotland has announced there are now more than 100 firms in Scotland focused on reinventing financial services through new technology and data. The milestone continues growth from the start of 2019, when FinTech Scotland said the number of firms had trebled to...

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Streetwear marketplace Bump raises $7.5 million

Streetwear marketplace Bump raises $7.5 million

Bump, the online streetwear marketplace that aims to become "the Amazon for Gen Z", has raised $7.5 million in Series A funding. The funding was led by high profile California-based investors e.ventures, Kleiner Perkins, Y Combinator "and a few close angels". Student...

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University celebrates visionary inventors

University celebrates visionary inventors

Human-like skin for robots, personalised synthetic voices for people who lose theirs through illness, and environmentally friendly sanitary products are among the prize-winning inventions that have been celebrated at the University’s innovation awards.Inspire Launch...

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Test centre to bring tidal technology on stream

Test centre to bring tidal technology on stream

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...

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