Spinout raises funding to accelerate tests for harmful bacteria
Molendotech, a University of Plymouth spinout company, has recently attracted strong interest internationally from potential customers concerned about secondary infections as they tackle the COVID-19 outbreak.
BIOBLOCKs show how coastal designs could benefit marine life
The University of Plymouth is working with the National Marine Aquarium, ARC Marine and Plymouth City Council to raise awareness of the potential benefits of artificial reefs in the marine environment
Water quality testing kits to be deployed in UK and Ireland
The SirenBW system developed by Molendotech, established to commercialise the work of Professor Simon Jackson, can drastically reduce the length of time it takes for local authorities and environmental agencies to assess the quality of recreational water.
Brixham Laboratory highly commended in national awards
The University of Plymouth's Brixham Laboratory has been highly commended in the 2019 United Kingdom Science Park Association Awards
University spinout to collaborate on development of water testing products
University spinout company Molendotech has signed an agreement with Palintest Limited, part of FTSE 100 Halma group, to work collaboratively on bringing a new water test to market and develop further products.
What do enquiries to the University tell us about South West businesses?
Enterprise Solutions connects hundreds of South West businesses with the University’s facilities and expertise. What do those enquiries tell us about the priorities of businesses in the region? Rich Adams, Corporate Project Manager, shares his insights.
Heads of terms agreed for Brixham laboratory
Plymouth University news: World-leading environmental research and safety studies company Smithers Viscient pursuing the opportunity to become anchor tenant at Plymouth University’s Blue Environmental Hub
Anchor tenant to create 80 new jobs at Brixham Laboratory
Plymouth University news: Over 80 new jobs will be created at the Brixham Laboratory over the next three years with financial backing and support from Plymouth University and Torbay Council