UK medical technology benefits from RISC (Research for Innovation, Speculation and Creativity) funding
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medical technology projects are among the beneficiaries of the first round of funding provided under the UK's Research for Innovation, Speculation and Creativity (RISC) programme of the National Institute for Health Research. The seven R&D projects feature:
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