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High-tech disease profiling is the next stage in the fight against cancer

High-tech disease profiling is the next stage in the fight against cancer

added Wednesday, October 18 2017

A few weeks ago, I met with Professor Richard Kennedy to discuss the Stratified Medicine Group, a partnership between QUB and Almac Diagnostics. The...

Precision Medicine
Queen’s researcher pinpoints biomarkers for aggressive Triple Negative breast cancer

Queen’s researcher pinpoints biomarkers for aggressive Triple Negative breast cancer

added Tuesday, October 10 2017

Many of us with a cursory knowledge of breast cancer have heard of the susceptibility genes known as BRCA1 and BRCA2. We may also have heard of...

Precision Medicine
Cancer has a new enemy, raised in a pristine lab on the QUB campus

Cancer has a new enemy, raised in a pristine lab on the QUB campus

added Tuesday, October 3 2017

CV6 Therapeutics is developing next-generation cancer treatment. But it looks backwards to make the future better. CV6 doesn’t replace traditional...

Precision Medicine
A new drug delivery technology spinout from Queen’s

A new drug delivery technology spinout from Queen’s

added Tuesday, September 26 2017

“There is no point in designing the best drug in the world, if you have no way of delivering it to the right place,” said Professor Helen McCarthy...

INVENT2017
Buggy innovation to keep your children dry

Buggy innovation to keep your children dry

added Tuesday, September 19 2017

Entrepreneur and mother of three, Olivia Farnan, has created Blinky, an innovative blanket for buggies that deals with any weather – sun, wind or...

INVENT2017
This water rescue device is deployed via drones using facial-recognition cameras

This water rescue device is deployed via drones using facial-recognition cameras

added Tuesday, September 12 2017

In a swift-flowing river, an eddy can form behind a large rock where water stops flowing downstream and swirls around. Playing on this word, EDDE is...

INVENT2017
A Hug from this wearable technology startup will ease your pain

A Hug from this wearable technology startup will ease your pain

added Wednesday, September 6 2017

Experienced product designer Fiona Bennington has always been interested in the power of design to improve lives. Her company, Hug, produces wearable...

INVENT2017
No meerkats here, but a comparative marketplace for cyber security

No meerkats here, but a comparative marketplace for cyber security

added Friday, September 1 2017

For a small to medium-sized business, achieving the right levels of cyber security can be a minefield. Invent finalist ProtectBox  makes...

INVENT2017
Here’s how your water taps could be controlled in the cloud

Here’s how your water taps could be controlled in the cloud

added Tuesday, August 22 2017

Sakir Sezer is no stranger to the Invent Awards, having been a previous finalist and winner when they were called the £25k Awards.   As...

Cyber Security
Why should cyber security be so hard?

Why should cyber security be so hard?

added Tuesday, August 15 2017

Gary Robinson must be one of Northern Ireland’s most enthusiastic tech-preneurs. His startup, Uleska, builds cyber security into web applications...

Cyber Security
With Evy, your life is in the bag

With Evy, your life is in the bag

added Monday, August 7 2017

Here’s how a typical morning at my house goes. I leave for the office, remembering my laptop but forgetting the charger. My kids’ schoolbags...

INVENT2017
Know what you’ll see before you go to the show

Know what you’ll see before you go to the show

added Tuesday, June 20 2017

“When you buy a ticket for a show or concert, there’s no way of knowing what your view will be,” said SeatView’s founder Graham Little....

INVENT2017

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