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Entocycle produces a cost-effective and environmentally friendly protein source for animal feed, made entirely from insects.
From health and wellness to diabetes and wound care, Nanoflex’s highly sensitive and accurate sensors enable the production of powerful healthcare technologies that help improve lives.
Utilising space technology to assist global sustainability goals, Deep Planet applies satellite imagery and data to provide insights to make the world a better place.
Serco, an international service company headquartered in the UK, has managed a number of CERN service contracts since the mid-1990s.
Challenging the perception that space technologies are cumbersome and slow, Open Cosmos makes it possible for companies to test new technologies and apps in space, from as little as £500k, and launch within 10 months.
GRE Ltd, a thermal engineering specialist based in Devon have won a contract to supply an ultra-pure water cooling system, including design, manufacture, testing, installation, commissioning, on-site training and handover for the European Spallation Source (ESS) in Lund, Sweden worth ~£250,000.
On the day the Nobel prize for physics was awarded for work on the 'God particle', a theory confirmed by research conducted at CERN, the UK North West based Rainford Solutions celebrated its successful tender win for the supply of its Vanguard® range of outdoor electrical enclosures to be used for further research projects at the European particle physics laboratory near Geneva.
In 2017, Centerprise International won a £1.8m contract with CERN to supply CPU servers for physics data processing and control systems. The contract won required Centerprise to assemble, test and deliver over 125 Intel® energy efficient rack-mountable systems to Switzerland to be utilised in CERN's Meyrin data centre. Centerprise successfully fulfilled the contract in January 2018.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council's (STFC) Hartree® Centre was one of seven partners selected to be part of the IoT UK Boost innovation support programme for SMEs to develop and prototype their IoT products and services.
By analysing microbiome data, IBM Research scientists based at the STFC Hartree® Centre are working to predict whether an individual has an illness, a predisposition to a disease, or how a disease has developed in a non-invasive way.
Last updated: 13 February 2018