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The Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Hartree® Centre has helped Ellexus – an application profiling company - to test its tool on their leading high-performance computing platforms through STFC’s Bridging for Innovators funding programme.
By analysing large microbiome data sets, IBM Research scientists based at the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre are working with established agricultural research centre - Rothamsted Research – to understand how soil microbiomes can shape soil health.
Cobham Plc develops communications systems for challenging environments, enabling customers to stay connected across land, sea and air.
In early 2018, Torr Scientific Ltd (TSL), a high vacuum components company, was selected to supply 200 stainless steel window flanges for vacuum viewports with fused silica and Kodial glass optics for the CERN accelerators at the Large Hadron Collider.
Exgence provides an artificial intelligence (AI) solution to help sales and pre-sales specialists respond to tenders faster and more efficiently.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre is working with the NHS Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to join up healthcare data sources, providing insight in to improving patient flow through hospitals.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree® Centre has helped smart manufacturing software company Valuechain to digitise its data pipeline, increasing productivity and cost-efficiency as part of the ERDF-funded LCR 4.0 project.
Lacuna Space Ltd provides a simple and reliable global connection service that links physical devices, such as temperature sensors and location trackers, to the internet. It uses low-orbit satellites which connect the devices to its network, enabling monitoring even in the most remote areas.
In April 2018, Allectra, a high vacuum components company, was selected to supply all the signal and high voltage feedthrough flanges for the ICARUS upgrade at CERN in a contract which was externally funded by the National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN) in Italy.
Earth Rover’s autonomous robot system technology takes care of high value organic vegetables, such as broccoli, by tracking the growth and health of crops using data collection and satellite navigation.
Last updated: 01 August 2019