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.

Current Medimap: End-to-end medicines supply chain funding opportunities

2022 CRACK IT Challenges - replacing, reducing and improving animal testing

Opens: 08/09/2022 Closes: 03/10/2022

Funding of £1.2M is available through the 2022 CRACK IT Challenges competition to solve two Challenges: “Animal-free tumourigenicity assessment of CAR-T and other genetically modified T cells” and “Development of an in silico model to predict thyroid receptor mediated human endocr

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Biomedical Catalyst 2022 Round 2: Industry-led R&D

Opens: 15/08/2022 Closes: 12/10/2022

UK registered SMEs can apply for a share of up to £25 million to develop innovative solutions to health and healthcare challenges.

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iX Challenges: Re-processing, Re-using or Modifying large quantities of PPE and Hand sanitiser

Opens: 22/08/2022 Closes: 30/09/2022

This challenge is to support the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) in finding innovators that can reprocess, re-use or modify large quantities of PPE gowns, goggles, visors and hand sanitiser into new products that have further application or use. Innovators should have capacity…

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