Establishment of sperm DNA damage screening practices for UK fertility clinics
LogixX Pharma worked with Kent academics to increase the scientific understanding of the causes and consequences of sperm damage.
University of East Anglia and i-Teams
UEA works with local businesses on a twelve-week programme to improve students transferable business skills.
Can turning Fruit into Fuels be economically, as well as environmentally, viable?
The University of Kent are researching whether it is economically and environmentally viable to use local fruit waste as a feedstock for biofuel production.
Kent cryotherapy specialists show promise for perimenopausal symptom relief
EIRA have awarded a Research and Development grant to Cyrojuvenate to collaborate with academics the University of Kent to investigate the effect of whole-body cryotherapy on the alleviation of perimenopausal symptoms.
EIRA Hothouse event for the Libraries and Archives Sector
The EIRA virtual Hothouse event for the libraries and archives sector took place on Thursday 14th June with an audience of over 65 professionals from the sector.
Encouraging Long Lasting Employee Energy Saving Behaviour Change through IoT
EIRA supports collaboration with the University of Essex and Mindsett who wanted to understand how to design an energy-saving app that engages front-line employees and drives energy-saving behaviours.
Applying artificial intelligence to predict faults in offshore high voltage network
UEA academics are exploring AI techniques, based on high resolution IED data, to identify anomalies and predict potential cable faults in high voltage windfarm networks.
Colour Imaging Pipeline for Orchard Aerial Surveys
Outfield Technologies is an agri-tech startup based in Cambridge that is developing applications for drone and imagery recognition systems in managing fruit crops.
Norwich Business School is supporting the development of a new online coaching programme
EIRA grant enables vital research into how businesses can get more energised.
Streamlining pre-crisis mental health support for The User Story
EIRA have awarded an innovation voucher to The University of East Anglia and The User Story for a pathfinding project to tackle the problem space people find in searching for mental health services.
Development and Evaluation of Conjugation Processes for a Novel Alkaline Phosphatase for Commercialisation
A conjugated novel alkaline phosphatase with superior activity could lead the way for developing sensitive diagnostic tests
Innovative Practice in Living Archives, Digital Creativity and Music Making
Britten Pears Arts worked with UEA academics to develop a pioneering digital interface for projects, creators and specialists that makes use of the sharing and collaborative culture they are developing at their Creative Campus.