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Industry meets academia to explore innovative technology in Energy

28 April 2017

AIMday® Energy designed to bring organisations, who have a challenge relating to the energy theme, together with multi-disciplinary researchers in order to find possible solutions.

University experts aid industry forest protection project

13 January 2017

University of Edinburgh researchers are to provide expertise in a prominent international project to protect the world’s tropical forests using satellite data.

Low carbon research project wins Volvo Climate Challenge funding

13 January 2017

A University industry partnership with Costain Group has been awarded more than £250,000 to identify and reduce carbon in the construction industry supply chain.

New licence agreement set to enhance our understanding of disease

24 October 2016

The University has signed a licence agreement with life sciences giant Merck for pioneering fluorescent probe technology that helps understand how disease progresses.

ERI extends industry alliance with licence deal for University software

24 October 2016

ERI has concluded a licence deal with sustainability software and data company Ecometrica for software developed at the University of Edinburgh.

Start-up company signs deal with Edinburgh to collaborate on research

24 September 2016

The University of Edinburgh has signed a memorandum of understanding with start-up Ecometrica as part of long term research partnership.

Tenth University of Edinburgh AIMday tackles infectious disease

30 August 2016

AIMday® Infection brings University of Edinburgh academics and industry together to find innovative solutions to meet the urgent global challenges of microbial infection.

Edinburgh hosts first AIMday event outside Scandinavia

9 March 2014

The University of Edinburgh has become the first higher academic institute in the world to host an AIMday® industry event outside Scandinavia.

ERI wins prestigious BBSRC funding

20 March 2013

Edinburgh Research and Innovation wins BBSRC Activating Impact Competition to fund new knowledge exchange initiative at the University of Edinburgh.

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