High Value Manufacturing Catapult Annual Review 2020/21

Manufacturing a Clean Green Recovery


2020/2021 in numbers

Worked with

industrial partners

were SMEs

SME engagements

commercial projects

collaborative R&D projects

projects with academic institutions

engagements with academic institutions across the globe

original research projects

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Shaping a healthier society

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Building a green recovery

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Core public funding

Competitively won Collaborative R&D

Commercial income

HVM Catapult Income Sources 2020/21

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Anti-microbial poles for public transport could help in future pandemics

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Attracting global firms to Renfrewshire

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Breakthrough in intelligent robotics

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