Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC)
The Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC) bridges the gap between the world-class science base at the University of York and the needs of industry to develop and scale-up new greener processes and products. The BDC can offer funded support and equipment grants to Yorkshire businesses looking to use or improve bio-based materials (including plant, food or feed wastes) in their plants, processes or products.
The BDC is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
CHyM (Centre for Hyperpolarisation in Magnetic Resonance)
The Centre for Hyperpolarisation in Magnetic Resonance (CHyM) is a joint research centre created by the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Psychology at the University of York. CHyM is associated with the Hull York Medical School, the York Neuroimaging Centre and the Department of Biology.
Clinical and Evidential Storage Ltd
Clinical and Evidential Storage Ltd offers secure storage of evidence during litigation or an insurance claim. We serve the confidential needs of solicitors, insurance companies, businesses and private individuals.
PH7 Anything But Neutral LTD
Contact: Stephen Johnstone (email@example.com )07957879379ph7zone.com
PH7 supports businesses charities and churches with digital and social media marketing and ongoing support. We do everything from digital and social media reviews to whiteboard animation to bespoke promotional videos and social media and website design and support.
York Biofeedback Centre
York Biofeedback Centre offers an innovative technology-based approach to working with stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, headache and migraine, and other issues. Biofeedback is a means of training self-regulation - the ability to affect one's own health and well-being.
York Instruments Ltd
York Instruments is a new company specialising in magnetic measurements and their healthcare applications. Using the very latest technologies and methodologies we are improving the sensitivity and precision with which we can monitor biologically generated magnetic fields, allowing earlier and improved diagnoses of a variety of diseases and conditions.
York Neuro Imaging Centre
This £5.2 million project is a joint endeavour between the University of York and York Neuro Imaging Ltd and is involved predominantly in research in the fields of neurosciences ranging from molecular studies through to cognitive neuroscience but also in commercial aspects with private healthcare and pharmaceutical companies.