The HealthTech and Medicines Knowledge Transfer Network (Health KTN) is dedicated to accelerating innovation and technology exploitation in the health industries sector.
This includes the Medical Biotechnology, Medical Technology, Diagnostics and Pharmaceutical industries.
The Health KTN will help you connect with other organisations to catalyse innovation. This could include companies, the science and clinical base and the public sector from both within and outwith your sector.
It does this through running events and workshops for practitioners and innovation leaders in its priority areas and creates awareness of funding vehicles at the public-private sector interface.
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- Mobile health technologies to rapidly test and track infectious diseases
- Design the Smartest Emergency Department (ED)
- CT Catapult in synthetic blood team awarded £5m by Wellcome Trust
- Update: The British High Commission in New Zealand will host a UK-to-NZ mission in Medical Technologies in June 2014.
- Healthcare Technologies Grand Challenges Launch of Community Web Surveys
- Big Issue Invest’s Corporate Social Venturing Challenge is back: £500,000
- New, expanded BIS-DH Office for Life Sciences
- Facilitating innovation with Open Health Data
- Call for Participation in the FRIENZ Study Group Tour to NZ on Health
- N8 HPC / Bionow Industry event - Limits of Molecular Modelling in the Life Sciences
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Achieving Patient Access to Highly Novel Medical and Regenerative Technologies 9 April 2014 York http://t.co/SLBpjMHNCJ