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The team from the Health Innovation Campus at Lancaster University have reached out to Digital Lancashire to give our members the opportunity to get more involved as the project progresses, potentially benefit from shared office space and gain access to their exclusive events. If you’d like to contact the team directly, please click here. 

“We are driving innovation in health by building a new £41m Health Innovation Campus. A project of international importance that aims to transform the way health services are designed and delivered. As we build the physical space, we are also working with Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) based in Lancashire. We are supporting businesses, charities, and social enterprises to develop health ideas into innovative products and services.” Watch the video:

If you’ve gone to any Digital Lancaster or Code for Lancaster events you may already know Tom Skarbek-Wazynski. He is the co-founder of Sleepkick, a new sleep app that could improve lifestyles and has already benefitted from the partnership with Lancaster University. Click here to read more:

“I’d been a student at Lancaster, and I’d also worked as lead developer in their Innovation Hub, looking at emergent technologies and developing student ideas. Later, when two friends approached me with the idea for a company that helped people to sleep better – with me doing the technical side – it was an ex-colleague at the University who told me about this project to help businesses produce prototypes.”

They’ve shared details of two upcoming workshops they have planned for September and October and further information can be found in the links below.

Workshop: Health Innovation in the Community –

Workshop: Innovation in Dementia Care –

Access to events, workshops, and digital consultancy support is fully funded, and available to European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) eligible businesses. 

Eligibility includes:

  • Based in Lancashire
  • Employ fewer than 250 full-time employees
  • Has an annual turnover less than £40 million
  • Has received less than £160,000 of publicly funded support in the last 3 years

If you are a small or medium sized business based in Lancashire and have a creative idea to improve health outcomes, they want to hear from you. They are creating a platform for health professionals and business to work together to develop innovative products and services.

Do you want to know more about the Health Innovation Campus at Lancaster University?