BioBetter’s technology utilises tobacco plants to provide a climate-friendly response to the meat production industry.
Cures for HIV and blurred vision and using cosmic rays to monitor nuclear waste drums are on our list of recent promising university spinouts.
CasInvent Pharma’s approach is aimed at three forms of cancer rather than just one, with leukaemia, lymphoma and solid tumours all in its sights.
Non-recyclable plastics making asphalt more sustainable and a vaccine to save the honeybee are just two of 10 inventions that caught our eye.
Could we save the environment one parcel at a time? Politecnico di Milano’s packaging technology spinout Voidless hopes so.
About half of all vaccines are wasted due to challenges surrounding cold chain logistics, so EnsiliTech aims to remove the need for cold storage.
Spinouts working on ketamine-based therapeutics, regenerative medicines for dogs and better sleep are among those that caught our eye this month.
Charbel Rizk has spun Oculi out of Johns Hopkins University to commercialise technology that gives computer vision the capabilities of the human eye.