Life Science

Design – Develop – Deliver

Think science, think technology, think design, think engineering . . . . think people. We have a long-standing collaboration with innovators Design Momentum to offer extensive end-to-end experience and success in delivering life science projects. We understand your life science and laboratory automation sector and our unique blend of people centric design, technology innovation and production expertise will get you to market quickly and reliably with a sharp business and risk focus.

The current COVID-19 crisis demonstrates only too well the pressing need for laboratory systems that can be rapidly up-scaled to research, test and produce products to meet the fast changing demands of human and environmental health.

We enable our clients to innovate and implement the next generation of products, systems and services. Together, we are designing the future.

Case Studies

News & Blogs

Plextek and Design Momentum Enter into a Strategic Partnership

Cambridge, April 2020: Plextek Services Ltd and Design Momentum Ltd are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership to develop scientific instruments and laboratory equipment for life sciences.

How wearable technology could help fight Covid-19

3rd April 2020: Dr Nigel Whittle, Head of Healthcare & Medical at technology consultancy Plextek explores how advances in health sensing and monitoring tech could help with remote care for those in self-isolation or vulnerable situations.

The Coronavirus Epidemic – How Worried Should We Be?

The current epidemic results from infection by a coronavirus, one of a family of viruses that infect the nose, sinuses, or upper throat.

By: Dr Nigel Whittle, Head of Medical & Healthcare on 31st January 2020

Plextek’s Annual Make-a-thon

Thomas Rouse explains what a make-a-thon is and why it’s important for innovation.

By: Thomas Rouse, Lead Consultant, 24th October 2019

Integrating wearable tech with remote health monitoring

We are all only too aware that early detection is absolutely key to improving the survival rates of serious illness and disease, never more so when it comes to cancer and other life-threatening conditions. But how can developments…

Advanced Technologies in Healthcare

Some of the biggest changes in the practice of medicine and healthcare over the past 70 years have resulted from improvements in the way diseases and illnesses can be diagnosed and studied.

By: Nigel Whittle, Head of Medical & Healthcare on 21st March 2019

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call: +44 (0) 1799 533 200

Life Sciences

Design – Develop – Deliver

Think science, think technology, think design, think engineering . . . . think people. We have a long-standing collaboration with innovators Design Momentum to offer extensive end-to-end experience and success in delivering life science projects. We understand your life science and laboratory automation sector and our unique blend of people centric design, technology innovation and production expertise will get you to market quickly and reliably with a sharp business and risk focus.

The current COVID-19 crisis demonstrates only too well the pressing need for laboratory systems that can be rapidly up-scaled to research, test and produce products to meet the fast changing demands of human and environmental health.

We enable our clients to innovate and implement the next generation of products, systems and services. Together, we are designing the future.

News & Blogs

Plextek and Design Momentum Enter into a Strategic Partnership

Cambridge, April 2020: Plextek Services Ltd and Design Momentum Ltd are pleased to announce they have entered into a strategic partnership to develop scientific instruments and laboratory equipment for life sciences.

How wearable technology could help fight Covid-19

3rd April 2020: Dr Nigel Whittle, Head of Healthcare & Medical at technology consultancy Plextek explores how advances in health sensing and monitoring tech could help with remote care for those in self-isolation or vulnerable situations.

The Coronavirus Epidemic – How Worried Should We Be?

The current epidemic results from infection by a coronavirus, one of a family of viruses that infect the nose, sinuses, or upper throat.

By: Dr Nigel Whittle, Head of Medical & Healthcare on 31st January 2020

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call: +44 (0) 1799 533 200

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