CPI is an independent technology innovation centre and a founding member of the UK Government’s High Value Manufacturing Catapult. Founded in 2004, CPI applies its years of experience across a broad range of industries to ensure that every great invention gets the best opportunity to become a successfully marketed product.
CPI’s integrated approach provides its partners with a unique combination of assets, expertise and skills to drive successful innovation. With a deep understanding of innovation processes and funding, outstanding technical expertise and industry-relevant assets, CPI enables products and processes to be quickly and cost-effectively brought to market. By employing bright minds from both academia and industry, CPI helps create a bespoke team that will provide the right support, helping you to navigate the route to commercialisation while reducing risk along the way.
We form connections throughout the supply chain, bringing together investors, government organisations and academic institutions to facilitate the necessary partnerships for effective innovation. This increases productivity across industries and supports the development of next-generation manufacturing, highly-skilled jobs and economic growth for the UK.
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Unlocking the future of medicines manufacturing with digital innovations
The Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre promises to revolutionise how we formulate, trial and produce medicines
Are collaborations the ultimate cure-all?
Collaboration introduces new technology to sectors where historical barriers have limited adoption. Here, CPI outlines how the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre drives cooperation
Marrying personalised medicine with the mainstream
By eliminating waste and confronting supply chain issues, the Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre is bringing personalised medicine to healthcare
Cultivating innovation in the UK’s life science industry
Scientific and digital collaboration is key to maintaining the UK’s esteemed status in global life sciences and pharma circles. CPI exists to facilitate and underpin those vital relationships
Through the looking glass: a digital future for healthcare
As the digital revolution continues to disrupt even the world’s most established business sectors, the pharmaceutical industry will need to shift and adapt if it is to realise its vision for the future of healthcare
Five innovative technologies for health
How do healthcare products get from academic or start-up labs to the clinic? With a little help from places like the Centre for Process Innovation