Supported ventures

From at-home monitoring devices, to an implant for neurological mapping and a lung therapy trumpet and everything in between. We’ve supported researchers, academics and entrepreneurs to translate their research – helping solve some of today’s real-world health-related challenges. 

Previous ventures

Tutti Toot Trumpet
Tutti Toot Trumpet

CollegeThe Royal College of Music

Haptic Illusion
Haptic Illusion

CollegeThe Royal College of Art

Amphura
Amphura

CollegeImperial College London

Knit Regen
Knit Regen

CollegeThe Royal College of Art

Charco Neurotech
Charco Neurotech

CollegeThe Royal College of Art

Matthew Caley
Matthew Caley

CollegeQueen Mary University of London

TrAPs Technology
TrAPs Technology

CollegeImperial College London

VUI Diagnostics
VUI Diagnostics

CollegeImperial College London

Anna Worsley
Anna Worsley

CollegeRoyal Veterinary College

Claire Health
Claire Health

CollegeImperial College London

OccuPain
OccuPain

CollegeThe Royal College of Music

Matthew Blackledge
Matthew Blackledge

CollegeInstitute of Cancer Research

Osstec
Osstec

CollegeImperial College London

SCALED
SCALED

CollegeImperial College London

ProtonDx
ProtonDx

CollegeImperial College London

PlayBack
PlayBack

CollegeImperial College London

Safer Cap
Safer Cap

CollegeBucks New University

Third Eye Intelligence
Third Eye Intelligence

CollegeImperial College London

Topographies of Pain
Topographies of Pain

CollegeThe Royal College of Art

AI-Driven Pain Relief
AI-Driven Pain Relief

CollegeQueen Mary University of London

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Latest News

Bridging the gap at Queen Mary University of London
Bridging the gap at Queen Mary University of London

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

Applications open for the the Accelerator 2021 Programme
Applications open for the the Accelerator 2021 Programme

The next cohort of MedTech SuperConnector will offer selected early-career researchers support to turn research into medical technology ventures Read more

MedTech SuperConnector awarded a further £3.44 million follow-on funding
MedTech SuperConnector awarded a further £3.44 million follow-on funding

We're delighted to announce that MTSC has received a further £3.44 million follow-on funding from Research England to continue our initiatives and widen the reach of our activities Read more