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University of Glasgow

We supported the company Anacail to make food safer for consumption, from prototype through to product. We supported the company Anacail to make food safer for consumption.

Case study — 24/03/2015

Independence Matters

Independence Matters was a Design Challenge to develop services that promote independence in later life. Through the programme we've funded seven inspiring start-ups. This Design Challenge funded seven inspiring start-ups offering services to promote independence in later life.

Case study — 18/02/2015

University of Newcastle

Prototype design helps develop a lifesaving baby monitor for developing nations. Prototype design helps develop a lifesaving baby monitor for developing nations.

Case study — 06/02/2015

University of Leicester

Expert prototype design brings a ground-breaking med tech product to life. Expert prototype design brings a ground-breaking med tech product to life.

Case study — 05/02/2015

Design Bugs Out

Reducing the number of healthcare associated infections by redesigning hospital furniture and equipment.

Case study — 03/02/2015

University of Aberdeen

Mapping the future of ground-breaking eye scanning technology, SaccScan. Mapping the future of ground-breaking eye scanning technology, SaccScan.

Case study — 15/01/2015

Knee High Design Challenge: Making great things happen

This report explains the Design Challenge process and the ideas developed for the Knee High Design Challenge. This report explains the Design Challenge process and the ideas developed for the Knee High Design Challenge.

Report — 20/10/2014

The Amazings

One of seven inspiring start-ups funded through Independence Matters, The Amazings allowed passionate older adults the opportunity to capitalise on their life experience and offer their skills as short and long courses. Started through Independence Matters, The Amazings allowed passionate older adults to offer their skills as short and long courses.

Case study — 29/05/2012

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