We work with UCL Innovation & Enterprise and UCL Business (UCLB) to help commercialise research that will have a real and measurable impact on people’s lives.
Here are some examples of translational activity from within our healthcare engineering community.
Investment advances novel cell therapy for peripheral nerve repair
Odin Vision: space technology to fight bowel cancer
UCL spin-out company Odin Vision has received £1 million funding to use space technology to improve the early detection and diagnosis of bowel cancer.
Two deals help commercialise bioactive aerogels for dental applications
- Conception X
Conception X is a venture builder for PhD students involved in AI/deep tech. The programme was launched at UCL but is open to all postgraduate students from any UK university.
- P4 Precision Medicine
P4 Precision Medicine is an accelerator programme for early to mid-stage medical device, diagnostic and digital health companies. The programme is a partnership between UCL, Barclays and Capital Enterprise.