A novel and disruptive analysis and monoclonal assurance system for drug discovery and development
TTP, based at Melbourn Science Park, have pledged £50,000 a year for the next two years to further help develop the school’s high-quality science teaching, both within the curriculum and outside it.
The partnership, brokered by Melbourn governor Brian Clarkstone, comes as the college marks the dawn of a new era in their science department with a new head, Simon Callow, starting this term and leading a team in which the majority joined the school during 2017.
Simon Holmes, Principal, said “This is a fantastic opportunity to boost the Science experience of our students, both inside and outside lessons. Once we knew the money was confirmed our challenge was to recruit the highest calibre of Science teachers to join our existing staff and move things forwards. With Mr Callow and Dr Wilson, who arrived in January, I am confident we have the lead...
Cohort company SEA, together with TTP plc, has been selected to develop technology designed to improve the efficiency and timely delivery of supplies to frontline battlefield assets.
The technology forms part of the UK MoD’s Defence and Security Accelerator Autonomous Last Mile Re-Supply programme and seeks to provide military logistics specialists with a better understanding of future supply and demand at the frontline, identifying which supplies will be required, where and when.
Such information is crucial in helping to deliver vital supplies quickly and efficiently to maintain operational tempo and enable successful mission outcomes.
The solution proposed by SEA and TTP is based on provision of near real-time usage information of Combat Supplies (CSUPS) through exploitation of the opportunities provided by platforms with an integrated, open architecture and use of a neural net based Demand Forecast expert system to provide a forecast of supply and demand based on the received ...
TTP has been developing cutting edge technologies for the Life Science industry for nearly 3 decades. Our scientists and engineers inhabit the fascinating and endlessly changing intersection between physics, engineering and the biological sciences, spotting opportunities to create new technologies and tools for the advancement of this exciting field.
Our focus areas include: bioprocess (manufacture based on living cells or cell products), human and animal diagnostics, biosensors, and instrumentation for molecular biology and pharmaceutical applications.
In addition to our Life Science expertise we also create disruptive products based on advances in technology and engineering innovation. TTP’s technology lies behind many products and processes in areas as diverse as communications, digital printing, instrumentation, consumer and industrial products, medical devices, cleantech and security systems.
Visit ttpblog.com to find out more.
With the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge (BWSC) drawing closer, Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) has embarked on the first stage leading up to one of the greatest automotive challenges in the world. Their entry Mirage – which will shortly arrive in Australia – will have to endure a gruelling 3,000 km marathon from Darwin to Adelaide on 8th – 15th October 2017, facing some of the harshest conditions imaginable.
Mirage will be the seventh car designed and built by the CUER team, a group of 60 ambitious students from the University of Cambridge. Now celebrating their 10th anniversary, the team’s knowledge of automotive engineering and aerodynamics has enabled them to utilise cutting-edge technology to push the boundaries of what is possible for solar-powered cars.
Tony Purnell, Head of Technical Development at British Cycling and a member of CUER’s Steering Committee, comments that his endevours to achieve greater efficiency at British Cycling are not disimilar to that of the...
With the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge (BWSC) drawing closer, Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) has embarked on the first stage leading up to one of the greatest automo...
TTP will be exhibiting at The IJC.com, click here to read about our work in printing.
TheIJC brings together industry and academic leaders in their fields who speak about the latest advances and future developments driving digital print. It includes a focus on inkjet engineering, a review on fluid and ink components such as nano particles, conductive, aqueous and UV inks and an academic track open to all universities and non-commercial research institutes to present their work.
The IJC.com 4th Annual Inkjet Conference, 24-25 October 2017, Dussledorf
TTP plc, a leading technology and product development company, and New England Biolabs, Inc. (NEB®), an industry leader in the discovery and production of enzymes for molecular biology applications, today announce that they have established a non-exclusive partnership to offer services to molecular diagnostic technology developers. The new offering will include comprehensive product development services that span instrumentation, consumables and reagents.
The partnership is focused on supporting customers in the molecular diagnostic and wider life science space to rapidly transition ideas into commercially successful products. The services will couple NEB’s catalog of reagents and expertise in enzyme development and manufacturing with TTP’s Desktop Biology™ product development and physical engineering know-how, to provide capabilities that allow the delivery of more complete solutions, spanning from consumables and instrumentation through to reagents.
Dr. Giles Sanders, Consultant...
New offering will include integrated and comprehensive product development services for fast tracking innovation, progressing ideas into commercial products
TTP Plc (TTP), a leading independent technology and product development company, is seeking development and go-to-market partners for FormaJetTM, a novel printhead platform designed for true multi-colour bioprinting.
When commercialised, FormaJetTM will enable digital processing and bioprinting of molecules for deposition and dispensing. The technology can be tailored to suit TTP’s development partners’ specific market needs, with an initial demo configuration allowing easy loading of 96 colours from SBS plates. The platform is capable of addressing a broad range of reagent types from proteins, peptides and DNA, to low viscosity polymers, organic chemicals, volatile solvents and solid-loaded materials.
FormaJetTM has been conceived by a team which combines TTP’s expertise in diagnostics, drug discovery, and droplet-based digital printing. It will use droplet generation and control technology which has been proven in applications ranging from drug delivery to inkjet printing, and f...
Novel droplet dispensing concept will enable high-speed, high-density, many-colour printing in emerging applications including diagnostics, tissue engineering and drug discovery...
TTP Plc (TTP), a leading independent technology and product development company, today announced that it will be showcasing advances with the development of its Puckdx™ point-of-care diagnostic platform at the 69th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting and Clinical Lab Expo in San Diego, at booth 1658 at the San Diego Centre.
Since the launch of the platform at AACC in 2016, technical developments have made it possible for Puckdx to run quantitative PCR amplification times of 7 mins for 30 cycles. This will enable point-of-care diagnostic providers to rapidly convert their biological assay into a market-ready system capable of producing a result in less than quarter of an hour, for specific assays.
At its core, the Puck dx™ platform uses a novel fluid handling system designed to enable ready translation from bench to disposable. The platform has the flexibility to effectively and efficiently extract DNA and RNA from a range of samples. This, combined with an ultra-fast thermal cycler mod...
A flexible diagnostics platform that provides both rapid time to market and sample to result
TTP plc, Europe's leading technology and product development company, today announces its ongoing partnership with Innova Biosciences (Innova), a specialist provider of bioconjugation products and services, to enable its rapid point-of-care diagnostics development program.
TTP’s Desktop Biology provides fast track development and rapid route to market for companies looking to commercialise their assays. Innova is providing custom magnetic beads and alkaline phosphatase conjugation services, to support the conjugate screening phases of TTP’s assay development.
The original custom project, under which Innova developed magnetic bead conjugation previously not offered either off-the-shelf or as a custom service, involved developing a range of magnetic beads of different diameters conjugated to capture antibodies. Innova produced all conjugates within 1 week of receiving antibody material. Following the success of this initial project the companies are planning to continue to collabor...
Enabling rapid point-of-care diagnostics
31st July to 3rd August 2017, San Diego Convention Centre, Booth 1658
TTP will be returning to AACC this year, if you would like to arrange a meeting with us at the event please contact email@example.com
InPrint is the exhibition for industrial print technology. Uniquely designed for print technology for manufacturing, the event has become the key marketplace in Europe for state of the art functional, decorative and packaging printing in industrial production.
And now, InPrint Show comes to the US for the first time, taking place April 25-27, 2017 in Orlando, Florida.
TTP will be showcasing FlexJet a fully modular industrial UV inkjet platform based around Ricoh’s GH2220 printhead.
25-27 April 2017
SATELLITE 2017 unites aerospace thought leaders, entrepreneurs, executives, engineers, end-users and enthusiasts together in one place for the largest and most important global satellite technology event of the year. For more than 35 years, SATELLITE has played a critical role in determining how satellites will shape the future of our world. The show welcomes a community of aerospace professionals from every market and field of study, hailing from more than 150 nations around the world.
From 2 inches to 20 thousand miles, TTP has it covered.
Visit us at booth #643 to find iout what TTP can do for you.
7 - 9 March 2017, Washington, DC.
The Technology Partnership (TTP) has announced it is supporting an initiative in Cambridgeshire to help teachers with the new skills they need to teach coding to the next generation of learners. The idea is being led by David Anderson, a robotics/software expert and former employee at TTP, who has strong ties to the education sect...
TTP plc funds new robotics lessons to teach coding to teachers and students.
TTP Ventus formed to commercialise micropump technology.
TTP is proud to continue support for the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival.
Find out more at Cambridge Live Trust
Dan Lock and Paul Winter of TTP will be on the panel discussing the growing presence of digital technology in how we detect, diagnose, manage and treat health disorders, and how Digital Health will create immense opportunities for patients, healthcare providers, payers and industry alike.
Genesis 2016, a One Nucleus event, will build on the previous 15 years of experience in assembling a forum where industry executives, investors, academic researchers, policymakers and the expert advisers can exchange and debate their collective insight in order to provide true thought leadership for the sector, themselves and their stakeholders.
The overall theme of Genesis 2016 is “The Science, Technology and Business of 21st Century Biomedical Innovation”.
Digital Health: Industry Trends, Opportunities and Challenges in Association with Cambridge Wireless
TTP wins IOP Innovation Award for Acoustic Gas Sensor
Representatives from TTP's Medical Device team will be on hand to discuss our recent work in the field. Please come and find us at our stand.
For more infomation about DDL please visit ddl-conference.com
If you would like to meet at this event please contact us to arrange a meeting.
7 - 9 December 2016
TTP will be holding the following insight workshops at the forthcoming Cambridge Network recruitment event on Friday 16th September between 12.00 to 14.00.
Life Science Group Workshop: Engineering biology
The fascinating overlap between biology and engineering is fertile ground for breakthrough technology development. TTP is working with many of the world’s leading life science companies to develop enabling technology in bioprocess, cell therapy and molecular diagnostics applications.
Medical Devices Workshop: Making the right product, right.
Markets are littered with technically-accomplished failures, and there are many concepts which never made it to launch. TTP’s distinctive approach to product definition and development has evolved to maximise our clients’ chances of success – and of us seeing our designs out in the world.
Communications Group Workshop: From sensors in the body to comms in outer space
Our clients work in areas as diverse as biometric sensing, indust...
Friday 16th September 2016
Translating biological assays into market-ready products that deliver ‘Sample to Answer’ from 15 Minutes
This new service provides an accessible and rapid route to market, offering a seamless approach for companies looking to accelerate the development of their assay to a product for use in diagnostics or research.
Made possible with TTP’s expertise in regulated environments and fast track system development, this advance will enable rapid translation of a customer’s biology to a product on the market.
Key to this service is the ability for TTP’s team to understand the fundamental steps required to convert lab-based biological processes (for example, sample preparation, labelling and assay measurement) to a functional low-cost disposable and small instrument.
Cambridge Summer Music exists to promote live classical music of the highest calibre in Cambridge and the surrounding areas.
For further information on the events running this year please visit www.cambridgesummermusic.co.uk
TTP are proud to be sponsoring Cambridge Summer Music Festival again this year.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is driving investment in new applications to harness opportunities in a new connected world. In his article in IoT Now Steve Baker looks at the danger of focussing to much on the technology and not on how to monetise ...
Do you believe the hype?
A new approach to strain imaging of soft tissue could improve the treatment of cancer and atrial fibrillation. We catch up with UK-based R&D company, The Technology Partnership, once again, to learn about its breakthrough in the field of elastography.
Read the full MedTech Engine article here.
TTP Group is proud to continue to support the Cambridge Literary Festival 2016.
2016 sees the Fitzwilliam Museum celebrating its 200th birthday, and TTP Group are proud to be one of the Senior Bicentenary Business Partners during this momentous time.
The year officially began on 4 February, the date of the founding bequest, with the opening of the bicentenary exhibition in the Octagon gallery. A timeline of the Fitzwilliam’s first 200 years which introduced key themes, characters and significant objects showing the Museum’s development.
The first major exhibition of the year is Death on the Nile: Uncovering the afterlife of ancient Egypt (23 February - 22 May 2016) This exhibnition explores the Museum’s fascinating collection of Egyptian coffins, uncovering the secrets of the artisans who made them.
As part of the celebrations The Fitzwilliam are producing 'Object of the Month' videos - March focuses on Blue Twisted Form by contemporary artist Merete Rasmussen. To view this, and the other months videos, visit www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/visit/bicentenary.html...
Proudly sponsored by TTP Group, Cambridge Science Festival launches its first Festival film with Professor Lord Martin Rees speaking about our future as a species and artificial intelligence (A...
As part of Cambridge Science Festival TTP Group is proudly sponsoring the 2016 Famelab Cambridge final.
Bringing together scientists, mathematicians and engineers Famelab is a science communications competition like no other. Contestants have just 3 minutes to convey a scientific concept of their choice, and are judged on the content, clarity and charisma of their presentation.
To find out more and book tickets visit www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk/events/famelab-cambridge-final
Cambridge Science Festival launches its first Festival film with Professor Lord Martin Rees speaking about our future as a species and artificial intelligence (AI), Beyond imagination.
To watch this, TTP Group sponsored, video visit www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk/features/festival-films
Wednesday 8th March 2016
The ‘Mirage’ display technology recently developed by The Technology Partnership plc (TTP) is to feature as an art installation during the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival this month.
TTP’s Mirage display technology has been turned into a work of Art and will be displayed at the Judge Business School during the 2016 e-Luminate Cambridge Festival. Created by Zero Kb and Visual Poke, the sculptural artwork exploits the unique ability of a Mirage display to appear transparent while able to display a static or video image.
The sculptural artwork comprises 23 small scale Mirage display panels suspended as rotating pieces of glass forming the multiple facets of the sculpture. Adding to the visual impression, each Mirage display will show specially created images.
Mirage Display Technology
TTP’s Mirage technology enables transparent windows or screens to be simultaneously used as a display, transforming internal and external transparent structu...
The Art of Technology
in conjunction with Cambridge Wireless
5 minutes with Paul Galluzzo, chief researcher at leading UK R&D company The Technology Partnersh...
The e-Luminate Cambridge Festival is a modern arts festival for a city at the forefront of technology and research. The really great thing is that you don’t have to be into visual art to want to come and see this amazing Festival, Light is accessible to all!
Good lighting, like good water, is something we take for granted. But it can also be an opportunity for technology, playing a vital role in improving energy efficiency and reducing energy demand. When this is further augmented by artistic creativity the opportunity for exciting results is even greater. e-Luminate Cambridge Festival will show just how lighting can be more than taken for granted and demonstrate innovation and inspiration simultaneously.
Hugh Parnell, e-Luminate Foundation Co-Founder and Chairman
e-Luminate Cambridge Festival returns 12th February – 17th February 2016
During six exceptional evenings, the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival, will offer the public a unique spectacle creating ephemeral light art i...
Developing revolutionary coating technology
As manufacturers strive to update their businesses for Industry 4.0 and meet customer demands for mass customisation of products, they face the complex task of converting large scale, often manual, production processes into automated digital systems. Today Covestro, a leading player in industrial coatings and adhesive raw materials, and TTP, a technology company with expertise in digital printing, announce a development milestone in digital coating and adhesive technology that has the potential to enable this transition – the successful digital printing of polyurethane adhesives.
The partnership of TTP’s new and revolutionary technology for the rapid digital application of coatings and adhesives, with Covestro’s tailored polyurethane raw materials has demonstrated a new opportunity for digital printing in next generation manufacturing. “We recently successfully tested adhesives formulated with Covest...
The Technology Partnership plc (TTP) is pleased to announce that its novel silent pump technology, Disc Pump, will play a key role in Owlstone’s lung cancer screening system due to enter Phase 2 clinical trials in November. As part of the LuCID (Lung Cancer Indicator Detection) programme, it is hoped the Owlstone technology will lead to a cheaper, smaller and noninvasive method of diagnosing early‐stage lung cancer, and potentially save over 10,000 lives by 20...
“Internet of Things” (IoT) innovators Mayflower and its development partner The Technology Partnership plc (TTP) are pleased to announce that they have been shortlisted for this year’s 2015 IET Innovation Awards. Mayflower and development partner TTP, were shortlisted for the highly successful commercial UK deployment of a ZigBee wireless mesh network‐based street light central management system (CM...
Mayflower and TTP selected as finalists for the Power/Energy category of the 2015 IET Innovation Awards
Edwin Stone shares further insight into how the biology has continued to press onward, whilst the gap between R&D and commercialization remains substantial.
Edwin Stone, TTP, looks at how autologous cell therapy could become a viable option for patients worldwide.
Success and leadership succession were the two themes at the TTP Group 2015 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of shareholders.&nb...
TTP Group reports record results and leadership succession at 2015 Annual General Meeting of shareholders
Bridgestone World Solar Challenge
Exciting new collaboration for Cambridge
“Internet of Things” (IoT) innovators Mayflower and The Technology Partnership (TTP) have continued their winning streak with a second award for best application of I...
TTP applies eddy current principle to high temperature measuring applications.
TTP and IOP collaborated to show how the various skills that studying physics develops are useful far beyond the lab, and are valued in a vast range of careers.
Consultant Andrew Baker-Campbell helps clients turn ideas in their heads into products on the shelves:
To find out more please click here.
Companies that embrace the IoS and not the IoT will be the winners in the new connected world.
TTP's Steve Taylor explains why when you cut through the hype around the Internet of Things (IoT), it’s the Internet of Sensors (IoS) and resulting data that matters most.
“The IoT is, to a large extent, a solution looking for a problem, rather than the other way round,” says Steve Taylor, a senior consultant at TTP. “There’s simply no point in objects talking to each other just for the sake of it and the IoT only provides the communications backbone. An Internet of Sensors looks more like the roots of a tree, with sensors of all types at the extremities, capturing and feeding data upwards to the main trunk – the Internet.”
Connecting things over the internet is certainly not new. TTP has been working on machine to machine (M2M) and even organism to machine applications for over 20 years, from sensors to monitor cow herds to sensors in orthopaedic joints and F1 engines. “The IoT hype...
not the Internet of Things.
See our article in t...
TTP Group is proud to sponsor the Cambridge Literary Festival Spring 20...
TTP recently completed the installation of a new custom Bio-Laboratory. This lab has been designed as a dedicated facility for client projects and TTP internal R&D that requires detailed biological testing and development. Activity already underway in the new lab includes, single cell analytics, cell culturing, digital biology, bio-printing, and bio-chemical work flow automati...
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