Medimap: End-to-end medicines supply chain map
Medimap is a new interactive reference tool for the UK medicines sector, mapping and categorising over 3,000 sites of organisations engaged in or supporting the end-to-end supply chain for medicines.
About KTN’s Medimap
KTN’s Medimap provides a dynamic representation of the UK’s end-to-end medicines supply chain covering organisations involved in the discovery, development and manufacture of medicines, as well as those supporting the sector.
The interface presents different views of the UK landscape which can help identify the opportunities for collaboration to accelerate ambitious ideas into real-world solutions. Users can explore the organisations belonging to different groups, categories and sub-categories.
The map represents a large subset of relevant UK organisations that KTN are aware of and have an active website. Please contact KTN if you would like to understand how we can help you accelerate your innovations, and also with queries about this tool, and suggestions on how this resource could be improved. We welcome your thoughts, including any omissions, corrections or ways of expanding the content in the future.
Advancing precision medicine
Opens: 16/01/2023 Closes: 08/03/2023
UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £20m over two rounds, to develop digital and data-enabled tools and multi-modal approaches. Your proposal must address an unmet clinical need or respond to NHS demand signalling.
Innovative technologies for intracellular drug delivery
Opens: 09/01/2023 Closes: 22/02/2023
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £5m to support innovation in intracellular drug delivery formulations.
Biomedical Catalyst 2023 Round 1: Industry-led R&D
Opens: 04/01/2023 Closes: 01/03/2023
UK registered SMEs can apply for a share of up to £25 million to develop innovative solutions to health and healthcare challenges.
Accelerated adoption of automation and digitalisation within Medicines Manufacturing: workshop and report
A workshop was held at AMRC North West on 30th March, where attendees from 20 organisations involved in Medicines Manufacturing explored robotics and automated systems in the development space: the workshop report and recommendations are now available.
Women In Innovation Success Stories: Helen Maddock, InoCardia, West Midlands
Using Artificial Intelligence, Professor Helen Maddock’s innovation assesses the cardiovascular safety of drugs. Helen was determined to develop a commercial product that would help make drugs safer, reduce patient side effects and reduce the costs of drug discovery and development.
Programmes related to Medimap: End-to-end medicines supply chain
Medicines Manufacturing Challenge Community
A now-completed programme that supported manufacturers of medicines in order to grow the UK economy – replaced by the Medicines Manufacturing programme.
Health Funding Map
The map was developed by KTN and the BioIndustry Association (BIA) with the help of a wide range of funders. It helps in the navigation of the complicated world of health innovation funding.