Smart menstrual cup to non-invasively monitor health developed in Bristol

Emm, a UK-based biotech startup, is bringing a first-of-its-kind biowearable menstrual…


A group of women with different ethnicities sat at a table working over sheets of paper.

Diversily set to help local organisations with their inclusion practices

Diversily is offering its Inclusion Ideathon for organisations that want to take action…


​​HomeLINK starts largest IoT sensors rollout offering 50K homes better energy consumption

Stirling Council Housing is set to deploy portfolio wide connected home technology, using…


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Guest blog: Making sustainability more accessible to Disabled People

Green Tech South West caught up with Jon Gibbins, Managing Director at As It Should Be to…


A young white girl with Down's Syndrome is on a low swing in the Gympanzee soft play. There is a white woman kneeling next to her.

Disability charity Gympanzees lands technology partner as it seeks funding for its first permanent facility

Gympanzees is a Bristol-based charity that delivers multiple fully inclusive leisure…


An image of a young girl interacting with the AR book. She is stood facing away from the camera, she has brunette hair in two high plaits, tied with orange hair ties. In front of her is an iPad on a stand, on the iPad we can see an orange ball with a blue stripe across the middle and a blue star, on a black and white background. In the bottom right hand corner there is a person using BSL to describe what is happening. Behind the iPad we can see an ordinary small black and white book with an image of the ball and some other undetectable images. The iPad stand is on a black table. There are various other objects on this table, including a white paper bag with 'Where is the Bird' written on it. Behind the girl, is an older white woman crouching down with her hands on her knees. She has dark brunette hair, a fringe and has her hair tied back in a half up half down style. She is smiling and wearing a mustard long sleeve top under a dark burgundy dungaree dress with black tights. The image looks as if it has been taken in a library with light wooden floor, other children, colourful stalls and book shelves blurred in the background

Augmented Reality books are being developed in Bristol to inspire children to learn BSL

Bristol-based publisher, VIKA Books, has been awarded the prestigious Design and Art…


Image of the Canute Dock - a Braille gaming device developed by Bristol Braille Technology. The device has a screen with a black boarder and a braille touchpad, a pair of white hands are interacting with the device.

Bristol tech startup creates first braille gaming device

Bristol Braille Technology has developed the Canute Gaming Dock, a Braille-based gaming…


Bristol-based OKKO Health raises £2m in pre-seed round

Bristol-based OKKO Health, a developer of eye health self-monitoring apps, today…


Zap-Map raises £9m Series A funding round

Zap-Map is a Bristol-based startup determined to make electric vehicle (EV) charging…


Sennen sets its sights on digitising offshore wind farm construction

Sennen, Bristol-based technology company that develops highly specialised software for…


The dawn of green tech is creating a more sustainable future

Green tech isn’t necessarily a new sector, but with the recent boom in investment…


Introducing ADLIB’s impact focused meetups

There is a healthy load of startups, SMEs and scaleups in the South West tech cluster…


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