CPI strengthens commercialisation route for green chemicals research with new partnership
CPI has helped The University of Nottingham move a step closer to achieving its goal of commercialising research into developing sustainable chemicals.
Jun 18 2019
CPI to showcase results from BioStreamline project developing novel biotherapeutics
CPI event will showcase results of collaborative £11.2M BioStreamline project to optimise development of novel biotherapeutics
Jun 17 2019
CPI Charity Football Tournament a Huge Success
On Friday 7th June, CPI organised and took part in a charity football match in association with the MFC Foundation.
Jun 11 2019
Students from Clavering Primary School in Hartlepool spend a morning with CPI
The children of Clavering Primary school visited CPI on 25th April 2019 to experience science in industry.
Jun 04 2019
CPI Supports GlycoSeLect to Develop High Throughput Glycan Analysis Platform for Biotherapeutics
CPI has contributed its expertise in biotherapeutics to support an Innovate UK funded project focused on developing and integrating novel recombinant prokaryotic lectins (RPLs) into a biosensor-based platform.
Jun 04 2019
CPI Collaborates on Testing Facility to Advance Formulated Liquid Manufacturing
CPI has collaborated on a project to develop new research and testing capabilities to drive scale-up and manufacture of next generation liquid formulated products.
May 02 2019
CPI Annual Review 2018/19
We are pleased to announce the release of CPI’s Annual Review for 2018 which highlights some of the fantastic partnerships and developments which have been made over the last financial year.
Apr 22 2019
CPI Supports ItoM Medical to Develop Smart Vest for Asthma Treatment
CPI is working alongside ItoM Medical BV and Blumorpho to support the development of a wearable medical device focused upon improving treatment for children with uncontrolled asthma.
Apr 18 2019
CPI Honoured for the Newly Opened Newton Aycliffe Facility
CPI has been recognised for its efforts in the printed electronics industry.