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Impact of our Research

We engage with hundreds of partners in collaborative research. Here are some examples of spin-out companies and collaborations which have led to recent impact in the wider world

What do we mean by Impact?

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Impact is the difference that our research is making in people's lives; social, economic or cultural benefit

Ways we ensure Impact

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Knowledge Transfer activities
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News

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Warwick Effect Polymers

Novel functional polymers for high value applications in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and Speciality Polymer Industries. Acquired by PolyTherics Limited in 2012. See also Haddleton ATRP catalysis and ligands.

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Tangent Reprofiling/SEEK

Disovering new therapeutic applications for drugs that are already approved for clinical use. Now part of SEEK

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Funxional Therapeutics

Anti-inflammatory compounds, including phase 2 candidate FX125L, that show great potential as a treatment for diseases such as asthma and COPD have been developed at Warwick and licensed to Funxional Therapeutics Ltd


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Changing Lives with Research Outreach

Our research inspires young people with behavioural and emotional problems to return to mainstream education: info


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Molecular Solar

Dedicated to the field of molecular photovoltaics.
www.molecularsolar.co.uk

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DommiMOE

Our Ligand Field Molecular Mechanics model has been implemented for use in the Molecular Operating Environment, Chemical Computing Group Montreal.


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Transfer Hydrogenation Catalysis

JohsonMatthey manufacturing Warwick catalysts for enantioselective reduction of ketones for the pharmaceuticals industry

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Dioptica Scientific Ltd

Manufactures linear dichroism Couette flow cells and other spectroscopic devices sold by Kromatek and highlighted by BBSRC

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Laser Science in US Schools

Warwick laser scientists engage 500 middle school children with their research in Georgia, USA: info


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CoEDDS for Circular Dichroism

A primary standard to ensure quality control of biological drugs