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Centre for Process Innovation
Country: United Kingdom
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  • Funder: UKRI Project Code: EP/V521796/1
    Funder Contribution: 710,641 GBP

    Abstracts are not currently available in GtR for all funded research. This is normally because the abstract was not required at the time of proposal submission, but may be because it included sensitive information such as personal details.

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  • Funder: UKRI Project Code: 10004521
    Funder Contribution: 293,992 GBP

    Gene therapies are a highly promising and rapidly expanding new class of biotherapeutics able to treat and potentially cure diseases that currently have few or no treatment options. The major challenge facing commercialisation of gene therapies is the manufacture and supply of products at a commercial scale. Critical to the success of gene therapies is the ability to develop robust and scalable manufacturing process that can meet anticipated commercial demand. Platform processes will enable more rapid development and commercialisation of gene therapies at lower risk and cost. This 12 month project brings together the significant AAV process development expertise and capability of two leading national research organisations, CPI and the National Research Council of Canada, to rapidly optimise a new manufacturing platform for the benefit of companies developing gene therapies (particularly SMEs) and accelerate these important new treatments to market.

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  • Funder: UKRI Project Code: 10028427
    Funder Contribution: 14,910 GBP

    This project is about the development of a new business model and capability to enable the utilisation of industrial waste gases from the foundation industries, to generate feedstocks and chemicals for use in the production of consumer products in the UK. Such an industrial symbiosis model will displace the import of non-sustainable materials from outside of the UK currently used to supply the consumer goods industry thus building a new UK value chain whilst simultaneously helping to mitigate the waste emissions from the foundation industries (specifically paper, chemicals, and steel). Aside from the technical aspects of the project, additionally, the business model development will frame the economic incentives that will likely be required to make the model work (e.g., carbon taxes on imports of fossil-based materials). The project will uniquely bring together partners from across the whole supply/value chain to achieve this.

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  • Funder: UKRI Project Code: 900234
    Funder Contribution: 2,700,000 GBP

    Abstracts are not currently available in GtR for all funded research. This is normally because the abstract was not required at the time of proposal submission, but may be because it included sensitive information such as personal details.

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  • Funder: UKRI Project Code: 10065748
    Funder Contribution: 776,422 GBP

    REFORM (pRinted Electronics FOR the circular econoMy) sets out to address the environmental and sustainability challenges around conventional surface mounted and embedded functional electronics. The project aims to accelerate and guide the development of a new European green functional electronics supply chain. It seeks to use ecodesign principles to ensure that functional electronics can be produced that meet multiple application requirements for technological performance and compliance, while also meeting societal and environmental needs for sustainability. To achieve this, REFORM will develop environmentally benign electronic ‘building blocks’ focusing on green, bio-derived adhesives, conductive inks and flexible substrates. These will be integrated into industry-led functional electronics systems and supported by innovations in conformance testing and material recovery methods. Taking a holistic approach to development across the supply chain positions, this project is unique in not only achieving a step-change in technology compatible with industrial reality, but also producing prototype showcase systems with direct future impact on sustainability. REFORM brings together a world-leading consortium of academics, non-profit RTOs, industrial associations, private SME partners and large firms from eight countries across Europe. The project is female-led and coordinated by CIDETEC, a specialist RTO in surface engineering and energy storage based in Spain with a strong track record of leading large collaborative European projects. By combining the consortium’s unique and complementary expertise, REFORM aims to give Europe an innovation lead in green functional electronics, enhancing European competitiveness, and helping meet the ambitions for the European Green Deal. The immediate outcome of REFORM will be three demonstrators: a green smart logistics tag, a green embedded wireless sensor and a microsupercapacitor, taking the project from TRL 2/3 to TRL 5.

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