Archive for January, 2012

2012 to be crucial for Cambridge BioMedTech cluster

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

The Cambridge BioMedTech cluster is facing a landmark 2012, according to a local business expert, who has predicted that the research and innovation being carried out by tenant companies there already will only get better.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/2012-to-be-crucial-for-cambridge-biomedtech-cluster-181237.html

‘Resposable’ products driving growth for Surgical Innovations

Friday, January 27th, 2012

The trade marking of ‘resposable’ pieces of medical equipment by British device manufacturer, Surgical Innovations, has been the cornerstone of their exceptional growth over the last five years.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/resposable-products-driving-growth-for-surgical-innovations-181163.html

UK medical imaging company expands to the US

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

Eykona, a medical 3D imaging company that was spun out of Oxford University, is aiming to grow its sales to the US market, through the opening of a new office in North Carolina.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/uk-medical-imaging-company-expands-to-the-us-181057.html

Growing scientific equipment manufacturer has record sales

Friday, January 20th, 2012

A Shropshire-based manufacturer of components for scientific and medical equipment registered record sales figures in 2011, highlighting the work of their scientific sales team.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/growing-scientific-equipment-manufacturer-has-record-sales-180964.html

£6.5m prize to design Star Trek medical device

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

A scientific innovation organisation has posted a $10 million prize for anyone who can create a piece of medical equipment that carries out the same tasks as Star Trek’s fabled ‘tricorder’ diagnostic tool, used by Drs Spock and McCoy.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/65m-prize-to-design-star-trek-medical-device-180869.html

Scottish scientific park to create tech and sales jobs

Friday, January 13th, 2012

Plans for a life sciences business park in North Lanarkshire are aiming to foster the creation of hundreds of technology jobs, including scientific sales jobs.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/scottish-scientific-park-to-create-tech-and-sales-jobs-180785.html

Deltex Medical predicts very positive 2012

Tuesday, January 10th, 2012

Deltex Medical is looking to 2012 with great optimism, with an NHS drive to implement its flagship CardioQ-ODM blood monitoring device expected to create great opportunities for the company.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/deltex-medical-predicts-very-positive-2012-180663.html

Leeds spin-off to create 30 medical technology jobs

Friday, January 6th, 2012

Tissue Regenix, the Leeds University spin-out medical technology company, has announced plans to create 30 specialist jobs, after raising £25 million through a share placing.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/leeds-spinoff-to-create-30-medical-technology-jobs-180572.html

Initiative aims to encourage scientific equipment development

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

A joint initiative by the laboratory equipment supplier Waters Corporation and Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) is aiming to inspire future developers of ground-breaking scientific equipment in the north-west of England.

http://www.kirkhamyoung.co.uk/news/article/initiative-aims-to-encourage-scientific-equipment-development-180458.html