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Global MedTech



A showcase of medical innovations from across the Globe

18 November
Online, from 13.00 – 15.00

Royal Academy of Engineering Leaders in Innovation

Are you interested in early-stage biotech and medtech ventures?

Come along to our showcase of medical technologies from around the world. 13 top innovators  – carefully selected from alumni of the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Leaders In Innovation Fellowships Programme –  will pitch for investment, collaborations and support for their early-stage start-ups.


Find out more about the companies pitching

More about the ventures you will see on the day

The theme of the 2020 LIF Advance programme is ‘disability inclusion and reducing inequalities in healthcare’ and each technology addresses this important challenge.

The innovations include a personalised hand prosthesis, biodegradable bone implants, smart bedding and a compact, portable robot for rehabilitation training – to mention just a few.

The LIF Advance Programme is highly prestigious, supporting only the most talented innovators and entrepreneurs – you can therefore be assured of seeing high-quality ventures on the day.

Image shows a product from one of the showcasing companies Techcare Innovation – the CR2-Haptic – an all in one device for upper limb training.

The programme is delivered as part of the Newton Fund which, through a variety of science and innovation activities, supports the economic development and social welfare of developing countries.

Who should attend?

  • Venture Capitalists
  • High Net Worth Individuals
  • Self-Certified Investors
  • Angel Investors
  • Fund Managers
  • Government Funders
  • Investment Managers
  • Corporate Innovation Teams
  • Corporate Technology Scouts
  • Corporate Investors
  • Pro-Bono Mentors
  • Experience Entrepreneurs
  • Incubation/Accelerator Managers

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