MedTech SuperConnector is a collaboration of academic institutions with a shared vision to support Early Career Researchers in the development and translation of their early-stage medtech innovations.
How it works
About the programme
MedTech SuperConnector is set up and designed to facilitate the early stage development of innovative medical technologies, from devices, diagnostics, and digital healthcare solutions. MTSC provides participants with the funding, training, mentorship and access to industry partners to help fast-track the translation of their research discoveries.
Dive into the programme and find out how this works.
Key programme features
Entrepreneurship learning & workshops covering all aspects of start-up development
Up to £45k in non-dilutive funding to develop your venture and technology
Support and access to a network of medtech experts and advisors
Opportunity to pitch at a showcase to an audience of industry experts and early stage investors
Featured news story
In the third instalment of our case study series we are looking at the Royal College of Art, the world’s top university in art and design, with an award-winning business incubator InnovationRCA.
Spin-out companies formed
£ Million raised in VC & Grants
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Our partners range from industry, healthcare and academia – combining the knowledge, expertise and business experience to accelerate the development of the next generation of medtech innovations.
News and Events
In the third instalment of our case study series we are looking at the Royal College of Art, the world’s top university in art and design, with an award-winning business incubator InnovationRCA. Read more
Pitch perfect: MedTech SuperConnector Showcase features innovative technologies ranging from diagnostics to music therapy and organ mimics
In June, the innovators of MedTech SuperConnector’s fifth cohort delivered pitches to an audience of investors, academics, and entrepreneurs – demonstrating the potential to transform the health and social care landscape through translating ... Read more
In the second instalment of our case study series we are looking at Queen Mary University of London, an institution with a strong tradition of life science research and its own successful technology translation programme. Read more