We are collaborating with additional partners across the UK to exploit our innovative technologies outside the domain of the Proteus project. Key highlights include:

  • Durham University is utilising our CMOS SPAD detectors in ophthalmology.
  • The University of Liverpool is using our bacterial imaging reagents in conjunction with their work on contact lenses to enable diagnosis of eye infections in developing countries.
  • Training within our in-house GMP facilities (developed as part of Proteus) is being provided to Kings College, and Guy’s and St Thomas’ London, as part of our collaborative activities.
  • Instrumentation and reagents are being provided to clinical collaborators at the University College Hospital, London, and University of Groningen, to allow use of our systems across a wider range of patients and conditions.

We also regularly work with industrial partners.