Activotec is a peptide synthesis Company providing innovative custom peptide synthesis services, peptide synthesizers and chemicals for chemical research and development.
Post operative patient recovery monitoring system based on biochemical readings that ensures patients are released at the right time, thereby freeing up bed occupancy and other resources.
The company's technology, expertise and ability to manufacture high purity novel glasses, draw optical fibre, fabricate bulk optical components, microspheres and thin films is directed toward the markets utilising photonics, optoelectronics and infrared technologies.
Exosect Limited is actively focused on the development and sales of Intelligent Pest Management solutions. Our innovative and cost-effective products help growers, food producers and processors actively reduce their use of insecticides.
Fibercore Limited probably ships more polarization maintaining (PM), erbium-doped and bend-insensitive singlemode fiber, to more customers, in more places, than any other company - literally hundreds of kilometres, every week.
Fourth State Medicine Ltd (4SM) is an exciting new company that brings technologies honed and developed within the space sector to the forefront of medicine. Formed in 2012 by Dr Thomas Frame and several other research scientists and academics, they are developing a line of plasma based surgical and cosmetic systems for use in a clinical environment. Unlike existing technologies we have found a way to provide a range of functionality that allows for a smoother surface finish in application to skin resurfacing, along with opening the doors to a number of other treatments.
HyperTeknologies is in the business of providing equipment and expertise for the miniaturisation, multiplexing and automation of assays for diagnostics and life sciences.
Inductosense is developing compact wireless sensing technology that can be embedded into materials, or under insulation or coatings, to enable low-cost non-destructive inspection of structures and products.
iQur is focused on liver disease. Chronic liver disease is now the fifth commonest cause of death in the UK and the second commonest cause of death in middle aged men. Of the three commonest causes of liver disease (alcohol, obesity and viral hepatitis B and C), viral hepatitis affects over 500 million people worldwide. Prevention of infection with Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and Hepatitis A virus (HAV) are major public health goals of all developed and emerging countries, strongly supported by the WHO.
KETS quantum security enables the strongest digital encryption in a practical and deployable integrated quantum photonics platform.
Nanotecture, the Energy Technology Company, is developing solutions to the power and energy needs of the portable electronic and automotive markets. The patented process allows precise engineering of nanoscale architectures to meet the ever-increasing market requirements. Nanotecture's nano-structured materials can significantly improve power density when integrated into a battery, or be used to produce supercapacitors (ultracapacitors) with both high energy and power capabilities.
Nu Nano Ltd specialises in the design and manufacture of probes for atomic force microscopy and other cantilever-based sensor devices. It was founded in 2011 by Dr James Vicary and Professors Heinrich Hoerber and Mervyn Miles to bring new manufacturing methods and exemplary levels of customer service to an industry broadly unchanged in 20 years.
Offshore Hydrocarbon Mapping (OHM) is the world's leading provider of Controlled Source Electromagnetic Imaging (CSEMI) services, including surveying, data processing, and data interpretation services to the offshore oil industry.
Perpetuum leads the world in vibration energy-harvesting. It developed the world's first truly practical vibration harvesting microgenerator capable of generating enough power to enable the reliable transmission of large amounts of data.
Plum Data Ltd is a UK startup company owned by SRP2 LLP and the University of Surrey. Its purpose is to capture and benchmark operating data in the UK holiday parks and self-catering sector.
SPI Lasers leads the world in fiber laser technology for manufacturing. The company is focused on development of highly-effective laser solutions for micromachining and marking applications.
SSBN was formed out of the University of Bristol in 2014, in response to the need for globally available flood data. The group’s leader, Prof. Paul Bates, was awarded the Lloyd’s Science of Risk Prize in 2012 and SSBN were runners up in NERC impact awards 2015.
Essentially, the company builds computer models that allow clients to assess their exposure to flooding, with global coverage. The company is currently working across multiple industries including the (re)insurance, international development, conservation, disaster response and aid sectors. The company is also undertaking...
Stratophase's unique SpectroSens technology is an optical microchip sensor which measures chemical processes and detects biological targets. The SpectroSens sensor is capable of detecting all classes of biological targets, including proteins, viruses and bacteria, on the same microchip.
Synairgen is a drug discovery and development company specialising in respiratory diseases with a focus on asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). These diseases are rapidly growing causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide and represent an increasing and largely unmet medical need.
Zeetta Networks is a spin-out company from the University of Bristol focusing in the design, development and marketing of Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) solutions.
Zeetta’s core technology has been developed over the last five years by the High Performance Group in the University of Bristol as part of European, UK Government and Industry funded research. Zeetta’s NetOS® technology is currently used in the “Bristol is Open” Smart City testbed, the first worldwide Smart City deployment based on SDN and Network Virtualization...
Ziylo's core IP exploits over a decade of Prof Anthony Davis’ award winning work in developing artificial sugar receptors. Ziylo is now combining this new class of materials with photonics and micro-electronics to develop a novel and robust sugar-sensing platform.