Spinout companies

Imperial spinout MintNeuro is pioneering a new way of creating active implantable medical devices for the brain. Their mission is to provide the best possible outcomes for patients with neurological conditions by delivering the highest performance with the least invasive surgery.

The company was co-founded by Imperial Researchers Tim Constandinou and Dorian Haci, with colleagues Andrew Jackson (Newcastle University) and Tim Denison (University of Oxford), plus an expert technical team from Imperial College (Dr Ian WilliamsDr Katarzyna Szostak-LipowiczDr Adrien RapeauxDr Peilong FengMr Matthew Cavuto).

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SERG Technologies is an Imperial College deep tech spin-out company, with a mission to revolutionise the way humans interact with technology by re-inventing human to machine interface and develop anthropocentric solutions in the healthcare field that will improve the quality of life for millions of people.

The company was founded by Ravi Vaidyanathan, Samuel Wilson, Alex Lewis and Christos Kapatos.

SERG is working closely with NHS hospitals and leading UK private clinics as well as with market-leading companies in the prosthetics and orthotics, medical and homecare fields, creating partnerships, raising awareness and promoting its technology.

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GripAble, formed by researchers at Imperial College London and clinicians at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, is a digital assessment and training platform supporting individuals undergoing rehabilitation for both neurological and musculoskeletal conditions. With a focus on hand and arm function, rehabilitation programmes are delivered through interactive mobile technologies that have been designed to motivate, track progress and provide real-time biofeedback. 

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Spun-out from the research of Professor Rylie Green, Polymer Bionics produces novel, conductive, non-metallic materials for electrodes with improved body compatibility enabling safer, longer lasting bionic devices.

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Cortexica are leaders in AI, Machine Learning and Computer Vision for image and video analysis. Focused on creating and turning cutting-edge AI and machine learning research into real world solutions that make businesses commercially stronger.

Starting life from the Bioengineering Department at Imperial College London, Cortexica originated from a research project to reverse-engineer the human visual cortex, and now has its own team of PhD researchers and engineers that form the back bone of its video centre of excellence.

Cortexica was acquired by Zebra Techologies in 2019.