Did you know that we are celebrating 5 years of the Centre of Excellence? Take a look at the collaboration, innovation and successes that we have enjoyed so far. We can’t wait to see where the next 5 years takes us!
We are delighted to announce that Ibex and My Pathway have gone through to the final Phase 2 of this challenge. Phase 2 will see the two businesses further develop and test their solutions over 12 months. Project work started in the New Year and both businesses are already engaged with multiple Health Boards across
Contract awarded for Phase 2. Contracts have been awarded to Without Servers to enter into phase 2 where further development and testing of their digital platform will take place to ensure the product meets the needs of the users. The project is also due to complete the end of March 2022.
Phase 3 of this challenge is now underway. We are excited to have entered into phase 3, taking through two companies, Nudge Reality and Rescape, to test their simulation training solutions in a real life environment in Health Boards across Wales. The project is due to close end of March 2022 and we will keep
Phase 2 of the Better Lives Closer to Home Project is now well underway. It’s been a while since our last update on the Better Lives, Closer to Home project! We are well into Phase 2 with three contracts having been awarded. Work is progressing well and some exciting solutions are being developed. Here2There.me shortlisted
We did it! Along with the Welsh Ambulance Service, the SBRI Centre of Excellence has picked up a respected national award for the work done on the rapid sanitisation project. The award for Innovation, Science and Technology at the St David Awards 2021 was presented by First Minister, Mark Drakeford in an online ceremony on
SBRI and WAST have been nominated for a respected national award for their work on the Rapid Sanitisation Project. We are extremely proud to share the news that we have been shortlisted along with the Welsh Ambulance Service for a St David award in the Innovation, Science and Technology category for the work carried out
The SBRI Centre has had a fantastic response for our Face Mask Challenge. The applications have really highlighted the innovative and adaptive nature of business and academia in the fight against Covid-19. The challenge wants improve mask fit, for all the different face shapes and sizes of our clinical staff, whilst also hoping to improve the
Welsh Government in collaboration with the SBRI Centre for Excellence and Cardiff Capital Region, launched the Better Lives, Closer to Home Challenge in November 2021, with a total of £250k funding available. It was a call out to Businesses and Academia asking them for solutions to for help develop innovative solutions for business, communities and