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£183k Awarded to Six Companies

Author: Gareth Smyth
  1. Staffordshire based health company receives £5k in first R&D claim

Formed in 2019, the digital health company specialises in clinical research using the internet. Innovation, clinical trials, and patient centricity are the lifeblood of the company which has produced work that has featured by the BBC, NPR, CNN, BBC Radio 4, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times. The company’s founder has previously been awarded the MIT Technology Review’s TR35 Humanitarian of the Year award, recognized as a TED Fellow in 2012, and joined the inaugural FLIER Program at the Academy of Medical Sciences in 2019.

  1. Derbyshire based commercial sanitaryware distributor awarded £9k

The company was formed in 2016 with the original aim to be a commercial sanitaryware distribution company via an e-commerce platform. The company quickly diversified to include the design and production of bespoke sanitary products. To deliver truly unique solutions, on time and in budget the company engages in various research and develop projects.

  1. Leicestershire based supplier of ceramics and glass receives £38k

From their base in Leicestershire the company has established a global company with working relationships with factories in China, Thailand, Indonesia, Slovakia, Portugal, Italy, Holland and Sri Lanka and retailers in South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, and Canada. The company aims to design and innovate, working with experienced ceramic and glass designers and makers, and pride themselves on offering a first-hand technical and design consultation. To deliver truly tailored made pieces the company is constantly developing innovative ways to improve the production process including investing in new technologies. This combination of experience, confidence and novel thinking, and their willingness to commit their own resources to improving their products, keeps them ahead of their competitors and ensures ongoing business from some of their biggest clients.

  1. Lincolnshire based construction and building company awarded £33k

Incorporated in 1985, the company specialises in the design, development, manufacture and installation of roof trusses and associated products, with much of its work being for non-standard or bespoke projects covering old building redevelopments as well as complex new builds. The company relies on the workforce’s pioneering techniques which is visible from the architects to the builders, which enables them to deliver unique solutions which meet their clients’ requirements in an aesthetically pleasing way. All the projects that the company undertakes require research and development activities to lead a substantial knowledge capture process in respect to developing pragmatic solutions for bespoke buildings which can shorten the process required for future, similar projects, although every R&D project is very different, these knowledge and technical gains may themselves have to be substantially changed to enable them to be adapted in future built solutions.

  1. West Yorkshire based robotics and automation company receives £22k for R&D work

Established in 1987, the company specialise in industrial robotics and automation and welding technologies. The company is the sole agent in the UK and the Republic of Ireland for Reis Robotics, Dinse Welding Systems and HKS Weld Monitoring Systems and is a partner for Universal Robots and ESS Welding Machines. Each project produces a custom-made solution to meet the client’s individual application.

  1. Yorkshire based agriculture business awarded £74k for R&D research

Established in 2010, the company develops methods for the efficient and effective raising of pigs. Their operations have consistently raised the yield of pig growth rates based upon the fundamental factors of disease free, stress free and healthy animals. The pig farm has an excellent reputation having been placed within the top 5% of healthy UK pig farms, and prides themselves on delivering healthy stress-free pigs which increases overall pig weight. The company’s Managing Director is Chairman of the National Pig Association’s User Group with international influence.

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