Cell technology spinout Impulsonics closes £450k funding

Impulsonics founders at NEC competition

Impulsonics has closed its first funding round to advance the development of its unique biotech automation platform and begin customer trials. Impulsonics is an award-winning cell technology spinout from the University of Bristol’s Ultrasonics and Non-Destructive Testing Research Group, building on over a decade of deep research and leveraging world-leading expertise in acoustics. The company…

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Battery development startup Celltris receives £0.8 million investment

Celltris team - six people in manufacturing space smiling wearing black Celltris jumpers

Bristol-based battery startup, Celltris has received a substantial boost in investment towards its mission to eliminate wasted internal space in lithium-ion cells, the rechargeable batteries used in electric vehicles. The company has announced the closure of a £0.8m combined equity and grant investment round which was led by QantX and supported in partnership with UKRI’s…

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Medtech startup Neuronostics raises over £2 million

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Multi-award-winning medtech startup, Neuronostics, has raised more than £2m in funding to develop its pioneering epilepsy diagnosis technology. The company received £2.1m in an oversubscribed seed funding round led by the Ascension Life Fund. Chris Wheatcroft, Investment Director at the Ascension Life Fund said: “We are delighted to have invested in Neuronostics, whose software as…

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Biotech startup Impulsonics awarded £300,000 Innovate UK grant

Impulsonics founders at NEC competition

Bristol-based startup, Impulsonics has been awarded the prestigious ICURe spinout support grant of £300,000 to enable the development of its unique technology platform for biotech automation. The grant will enable the company to develop its flexible acoustic platform for key applications in the process of growing cells in order to streamline cell culture automation. This…

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Siloton co-founders awarded Institute of Physics’ Clifford Paterson Medal

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Dr Alasdair Price and Dr Euan Allen, Co-founders of healthtech startup Siloton, have been awarded the Institute of Physics’ Clifford Paterson Medal for ‘exceptional early-career contributions to the application of physics in an industrial or commercial context’.  Siloton joined SETsquared Bristol’s incubation programme in January 2023 to further develop its innovative diagnostic imaging technology to…

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Moropo releases innovative app testing tool

Moropo founders with demo

Bristol tech company Moropo has launched a new mobile app testing tool for software agencies and startups. The web-based automation platform comprises a low-code test creator, a test scheduling system and a results inspector, and works for both iOS and Android. Moropo joined SETsquared Bristol in March 2022 and has since secured over £340,000 in…

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Rosa Biotech secures £415,000 to accelerate early disease screening

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Bio-sensing pioneer Rosa Biotech has secured £415,000 from angel investors and announced plans to accelerate development of its bio-sensing technology, designed to enable cost effective, early-stage screening of a range of life-threatening diseases. The University of Bristol healthtech spinout joined SETsquared Bristol in February 2023. It is initially targeting the early identification of non-alcoholic fatty…

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Milbotix announce investment round and grant funding for SmartSocks™

Zeke Steer, Founder of Milbotix with Smart Sensor Sock. Photo credit to St Monica Trust

University of Bristol spinout Milbotix has announced an investment round to complete the development of its SmartSocks™ product line, which aims to help millions of people living with dementia, non-verbal autism and other conditions that affect communication. SmartSocks™ is being developed in collaboration with the UK Dementia Research Institute and University of Exeter Medical School.…

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Safetytech startup spacebands overfunded at £1m investment

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spacebands, a startup that creates software and wearable technology to make workplaces safer, has overfunded its initial seed investment target of £600,000 to hit a total of £1m investment. It has also been approved for Innovate UK’s Future Economy Fund grant of £250,000.  The startup was founded by award-winning entrepreneurs Harry Kimberley-Bowen and Ronan Finnegan…

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