‘Leap’ is a watershed moment for intravascular surgery: a single-use, high-definition miniature camera that allows a digital view inside veins and arteries for the first time.
Data storage consumes cities worth of power and soon won’t meet our data storage needs. We’re building a machine that will use DNA data storage to put the information content of entire data centers into the palm of your hand.
We’ve partnered with accesso Technology Group to develop a smart wearable for theme park guests. The device means visitors don’t need to carry cash, keys, or queue for attractions.
BlueStack™ launches today, a dual-mode Bluetooth software stack with a unique commercial model. We provide the IP for a one-time fee, creating a customizable platform for connected audio products.
BeeBee Wraps has developed a beeswax food wrap, a sustainable alternative to single-use plastics. We’ve transformed their business with a process that accelerates production by a factor of 30.
Cambridge Consultants has partnered with Exact Imaging as the two companies work to improve the way prostate cancer is visualized and detected. Early results show real promise.
AquaML combines machine learning with a single, low-cost sensor. It differentiates between different water-using devices used throughout a building, unlocking new insights and helping utilities to plan for future demand.
Neutrinos are one of the most important particles in the universe. Partnering with Durham University, we’ve created a new AR app that demystifies this most mysterious of particles. Breakthrough innovation specialists...
The menopause is seen by many to be merely a “women’s issue”. We have partnered with the National Innovation Centre for Ageing, to explore women’s experience of the menopause and to propose technology-based interventions.
Our own Paul Beastall has been appointed to the Advisory Board of UK5G. A UK government funded group that brings together organisations across the ecosystem in order to drive the progress of 5G. Paul Beastall, Director...
Ecoutez powers the future of voice recognition technology, from always-on voice personal assistants to the next wave of hearables
Deep learning is moving out of research and into real-life projects, as we unveil the world’s smartest car park. ‘Goldeneye’ has taught itself to recognise cars and how they appear in spaces