Edinburgh Innovations

1-6 of 6 Articles
Clock icon 3 minutes

Edinburgh-headquartered Rhizocore Technologies, a company behind innovation to create healthy forest ecosystems which support successful tree-planting has secured £370,000 in equity investment. Rhizocore Technologies produces locally-adapted mycorrhizal fungi to enhance tree-planting projects,

Clock icon 3 minutes

University of Edinburgh students and recent graduates have launched 100 start-up companies in a single year for the first time. The total of exactly 100 companies launched in 2020-21 is higher than any institution in the Russell Group of 24 leading UK universities has previously recorded.

Clock icon 3 minutes

A grip-strengthening robotic glove, an app to better connect restaurants and food suppliers and a system to measure forest health using satellites have been named the winners of the University of Edinburgh’s annual awards for student entrepreneurs. The three startup businesses were announced l

Clock icon 3 minutes

Invizius, the University of Edinburgh spin-out whose technology could help reduce the high death rates amongst dialysis patients, has raised £2.75 million from a consortium of investors. The funding round was led by Mercia and included Downing Ventures, the University’s Old College Capit

1-6 of 6 Articles