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We set up Cloud 9 to nurture our fledgling spin-out companies in one space – where they can exchange ideas, work closely with their research groups and continue their R&D – until they are more established.
Alimetry is developing unique surgical technologies spun out of the ABI Surgical Engineering Lab.
Electroclear is using electric fields to disrupt small organisms’ ability to live on selected underwater surfaces.
FlexiMap are innovators in the research, diagnosis and management of functional gastrointestinal motility disorders.
Formus Labs provides orthopaedic intelligence to implant manufacturers and clinicians through an AI-cloud platform.
HeartLab is dedicated to changing heart health with artificial intelligence.
JunoFem exists to help women on their journey to pelvic floor health.
Objective Acuity is developing an automatic eye testing system that measures visual acuity quickly, objectively and accurately.
Portal Instrument’s needle-free breakthrough technology is precise, reliable and comfortable to use, with effortless delivery that raises the standard for care.
PowerOn uses unique dielectric elastomer switch technology to produce customisable, soft and flexible switches, actuators and logic.
StretchSense manufacture sensors based on artificial muscle technology for the unobtrusive measurement of human body motion.
Toku Eyes believe that eye healthcare could be faster and cheaper, and they are focused on democratization of eyecare.
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