We have worked closely with the Business Growth hub over the last year to help bring our microsphere enabled nanoscope to market. With their support, we have been able to work with academics in the University of Manchester to trial our technology in a number of different markets.
As Rick Watson from the Business Growth hub explains:
“The brief helped academics understand the innovation challenges the business was facing and exactly what support was required to test the limits of the new microscope.
“This resulted in a number of materials and biological samples from MMU academics and, most recently, archive samples from the Natural History Museum on Oxford Rd. We are also in touch with the National Graphene Institute and the University of Manchester’s Materials Science Department.“The bottom line is the technology LIG Nanowise has developed will make research and development processes significantly faster.”
You can read their full coverage of our work with them here: