We have a wide range of customers within the Wood Centre for Innovation.
Each company is part of our innovative community, with access to business support, flexible workspace and networking opportunities.
The Low Carbon Hub is a social enterprise that is out to prove that we can meet our energy needs in a way that’s good for people and the planet. This shift to renewable generation is gaining pace and gives us the opportunity to reshape the way we manage our energy.
Lurtis is a novel company created on the foundation of more than 15 years of research activity of their team members. The objective of the company is to provide artificial intelligence solutions to different industries not fully exploiting the potential of these technologies at the present.
PrintPool helps businesses and individuals who already use 3D printing in their workflow to save money, space and time using our subscription plans. Run on a credits system, we offer huge cost and convenience benefits compared to both prototyping in-house, and using a more conventional bureau service.
Developed by Prismea, SampleSafe.app is for lab technicians and clinicians to track movement of samples around the lab. It’s a PWA, or progressive web app, that works through a browser on your phone or laptop, giving teams access to relevant data and the ability to search information on individual samples.
Co-founded by workforce management expert, Matt Brown, Quorbit builds tailored operating models to help companies plan their resource allocation and investment more accurately. They are already working with some key names in retail including Costa, WH Smith, John Lewis and Nike.
Our electricity distribution and transmission networks carry electricity to over 3.7 million homes and businesses across the north of the Central Belt of Scotland and also Central Southern England. Our first priority is to provide a safe and reliable supply of electricity to the communities we serve in Scotland and England.
Spintex has developed a spider-inspired technology platform that can create bespoke, next generation fibres and materials from a liquid protein solution. The artificially spun silk filaments are produced sustainably and efficiently. Fibres are spun from this feedstock, purely by applying a small pulling force, which forms the solid fibres through self-assembly, mimicking the spinning of the spider.
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