A fungal discovery platform which used our facilities and equipment to develop their first product.
Smart Medical Textiles: Wearable “sticker”
A wearable ‘sticker’ is being developed at MTIF which will be attached to patients to detect changes in breathing rate and patterns and act as an early warning sensor for declining health.
On behalf of Pathoshield Ltd, MTIF undertook a study to demonstrate proof of concept of their innovative surface treatment.
A ‘Breakthrough’ Smart Textile Arm Sleeve
The garment will use electrical stimulation to reduce swelling and discomfort for patients with lymphoedema.
Deep Branch Bio
Our lab space has helped companies like Deep Branch Bio in their journey to achieving their goals.
Smart Wound Dressing
A new biosensor that monitors the condition of a chronic wound has been developed at Nottingham Trent University and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
A beauty-tech company who has rented our microbiology facilities to test their new makeup disinfecting technology.
New anaesthetic techniques help improve the patients experience of surgery
New robots improve spinal surgery
ScoliBot, a new robotic system, could perform spinal surgery to a higher degree of accuracy than human counterparts.