Mar 292022
Model Material Transfer Agreement (mMTA)

The Health Research Authority (HRA) in conjunction with the Four Nations Contracting Leads Group has recently published the new model Material Transfer Agreement (mMTA).  This template model agreement is applicable to the health services in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England and should be used without modification by commercial or non-commercial organisations in a research

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Oct 132016

  SBRI  FAST – Automated Staff Deployment of pharmacy staff in a hospital setting.  A new Medicines Optimisation Automated Staff Deployment Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competition has been launched by the Department of Health (DoH) and Department for Economy (DfE) in Northern Ireland.  The competition is seeking to source new innovative technology solutions to enable the

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May 252016

The Department of Health (Northern Ireland) has launched two new Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competitions to stimulate the development of innovative technology solutions to optimise patient health and social care outcomes through staff deployment and improved medication management.

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Feb 052015

NISP CONNECT at the Northern Ireland Science Park has announced that the 2015 INVENT competition is now open. One of the most useful door-opening opportunities for science and technology innovators in Northern Ireland, the 2015 search for the region’s inventions with the greatest commercial potential is seeking applications for innovations across six categories including ‘Life and Health’.

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Feb 142014
INVENT 2014 Open for Applications

The CONNECT programme at the Northern Ireland Science Park has announced that INVENT 2014, the successor to the £25k Awards, is now open for applications. Here’s the brief from NISP CONNECT. For over 400 years Northern Ireland innovation has been changing the world; the tractor, mobile defibrillators, whiskey distilling, even chocolate. What are the innovations from today that will be remembered 100 years from now?

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