The STFC Hartree Centre helped Liverpool-based company Margin Guardian to quantify benefits of a data insight and targeting app for fashion retailers and consumers through the ERDF-funded LCR4 START programme.
How can digital twins help us tackle the effects of climate change? The Climate Resilience Demonstrator aims to find out, using connected data and virtual modelling to enhance the reliability of energy, telecoms and utilities services under extreme weather conditions.
The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) Hartree Centre worked with Chilton Computing as part of an Innovate UK funded project to create a virtual agent that helps innovators navigate the medical device regulation space.
Northstar worked with us with help from the LCR4 START programme to explore the potential of AI to act as a virtual research assistant.
Lewtas Science & Technologies are improving the safety and speed of mixing energetic materials together with the help of computational models, through support from the Hartree Centre and STFC’s Bridging for Innovators programme.
We worked with Altus Group to develop an automated data extraction, validation and transformation pipeline to improve data quality and save valuable time and staff effort.
Exploring AI and data-driven technologies to enhance their brand alignment and context technology platform became possible for Liverpool-based SME Inspirze with help from the STFC Hartree Centre and the LCR4 START programme.
Funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council’s (STFC) Bridging for Innovators programme, the Hartree Centre worked with material specialists Lucideon to accelerate the development of novel ceramics.
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