The CUE1, created by Charco Neurotech, is being used by former BBC technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones.
Charco Neurotech, founded at Imperial, will work with Queen Mary University of London, to test its device for alleviating the symptoms of Parkinson’s.
A new Knowledge Transfer Partnership is set to start between young Cambridge company Charco Neurotech and Queen Mary University of London, following a £120k funding award by Innovate UK.
To mark International Women’s Day, Imperial meet the trailblazing women in their community who are breaking biases and turning their ideas into successful businesses.
Charco was today profiled by prominent South Korean News Agency, Mirae Economic News (미래경제뉴스는) . This article covers Charco’s journey, aims, and achievements, bringing our story to an international audience!