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The UK Innovation and Science Seed Fund was founded in 2002 with a mission to support early-stage technology companies to commercialisation.
Researchers based at the STFC Hartree® Centre worked with AstraZeneca to accelerate lead optimisation by providing insights on a new class of drugs with the potential to reduce costs and increase productivity.
Researchers based at the STFC Hartree® Centre and the Virtual Engineering Centre, University of Liverpool are working with Airbus in the UK to apply state-of-the-art artificial intelligence (AI) and data visualisation to their production process.
Researchers based at the STFC Hartree® Centre are working with TotalSim – an aerodynamics and CFD company – to understand vortex formation in Formula One cars and improve aerodynamic performance.
Researchers based at the STFC Hartree® Centre worked with the Scotch Whisky Research Institute (SWRI) using data analytics to tackle counterfeiting across the sector.
Researchers based at the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre worked with Syngenta - a leading agricultural and biotechnology company - to design bioinformatics tools for high throughput screening of candidate compounds.
Rapiscan Systems is using the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) particle accelerator facilities for innovative testing to improve the performance of systems that screen cargo for customs and security purposes.
For the past 30 years, Wessington Cryogenics has been winning contracts at CERN and since 1997 the company has been awarded over 770kCHF in contracts. The company has supplied a variety of components to the facility such as liquid helium and nitrogen dewars but they have also supplied custom cryostats and associated spares and accessories.
As part of the ERDF-funded LCR 4.0 programme, the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre has helped peer-to-peer car finance company BLOCKTRACK to turn an idea into a demonstrator, enabling the adoption of a novel technology.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre has assisted healthcare app evaluation specialists ORCHA in exploring data-driven approaches to speed up the review process and enable more sustainable business growth.
Last updated: 01 August 2019