As COVID-19 continues to impose changes on our economy and how we produce and consume food, the RNAA webinar tackles the issues and implications
Iceni Diagnostics has gained InnovateUK funding to accelerate development of its triage test for coronavirus that would enable large numbers of people to be quickly tested on the spot. Allowing negative-response individuals to return to their normal work-life activities.
The ‘lowhighcovid’ tool is intended to highlight the potential impact of different control strategies on the rate of spread of COVID-19. It is designed as an educational tool, and is not intended to be used as a COVID-19 disease management or forecasting tool.
Digital environmental tools that can help track, understand and predict the effects of COVID-19 are to be developed by scientists across the world in a digital sprint organised by Cranfield University to offer a greener post-pandemic future.
Cambridge Consultants is one of five specialist medical device organisations, which as part of a Cambridge consortium, is to rapidly develop and manufacture ventilators in 6 weeks to meet increased hospital requirements, caused by COVID-19.
“Necessity is the mother of invention,” according to Greek philosopher Plato, and never have we had more need of invention and innovation than in the middle of a global pandemic. Agri-TechE has long been an advocate of “open innovation” and this is fast-tracking a response to the challenges created by COVID-19
The COVID-19 crisis has shown the fragility of food supply chains and accelerated the labour challenges for the agricultural industry – generating a sense of urgency for new methods of automating agricultural processes.
LettUs Grow, an indoor farming technology provider, is fast-tracking the building of two vertical farm modules in the city of Bristol during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The Innovate vertical farm will produce fresh food in 10 days and will donate the fresh produce to those in need in Bristol