Analysis for Innovators can help boost productivity and competitiveness in your business through solving existing problems.
A4I is a programme that gives UK businesses of any size access to cutting-edge R&D expertise and facilities to help solve problems that they have been unable to tackle using standard technologies and techniques. It might be around product reliability, cost or product lifetime.
- 205Successful EOIs
- 303Brokerage Meetings
- 121Projects Funded
- £12.2 millionProject Costs
- £8.5 millionGovernment Contributions
- £3.7 millionCompany Contributions
Johnstons of ElginJohnstons of Elgin develops unprecedented textile quality controls
World-renowned Scottish fabric manufacturer Johnstons of Elgin worked with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) on an Analysis for Innovators (A4I) project that embedded technical innovation into the heart of its craftsmanship and created unprecedented quality standards for the finish of cashmere.
RINARINA innovates to boost solar power adoption
RINA, a diverse multinational company with a strong renewable energy division, partnered with the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) to advance innovation in solar power by gaining a better understanding of the yield produced by bifacial photovoltaic (PV) panels.
PuraffinityPuraffinity tackles global water scarcity with game-changing innovation
Puraffinity and the National Measurement Laboratory (NML), hosted at LGC, are tackling the global challenge of water scarcity through an innovation able to remove harmful chemicals that cause cancer and may increase the risk of COVID-19.
Paragraf and NPL Demonstrate that Paragraf’s Graphene Hall Effect Sensors are ready for High-radiation Applications in Space and Beyond
Paragraf, the leader in graphene-based transformative electronic sensors and devices, has demonstrated the ability of its graphene Hall Effect sensors to withstand high levels of radiation.Read more
Sixfold expands its portfolio of collaborative projects
Sixfold Bioscience, a biotechnology company focused on the development of drug delivery systems for gene therapeutics, has been awarded a third grant through the ‘Analysis for Innovators’ (A4I) programme co-funded by the UK’s innovation agency — Innovate UK. The project will expand the capabilities of Sixfold’s proprietary delivery systems.Read more
Sixfold Bioscience awarded two Innovate UK grants through the A4I programme
Sixfold Bioscience awarded two Innovate UK grants to advance the development of their cell and gene therapeutic delivery system.Read more