Since 2004, The Rockley philosophy is to target businesses in large and timely markets and dedicate significant management time in guiding their development, ensuring a supportive investor base and aiding access to international markets.
CHAIN Biotechnology develops Clostridium bacteria for a wide range of biotech applications. The company was founded in 2014 and is based at Imperial College, London and the University of Nottingham.
Intelligent Sensor Systems
Optical fibre sensor systems and services for the energy sector (China). Partnered with the Shandong Academy of Sciences. Customers include major coal, oil and power producers in China.
Bio chemicals and bio fuels production technology. Production partnerships in China, South Africa, Brazil and India.
Lignicell Refining Biotechnologies Co., Ltd
Large scale commercial ABE producer using cellulosic material in their feedstock mix to produce 'green' chemicals such as butanol to replace petrochemical alternatives.
- 8th August 2016
Silicon photonics pioneer looks to ease the data centre networking problem
- 1st August 2016
How green is my data centre?
- 29th July 2016
Next Generation Data Centre Networking
- 7th April 2016
Green Biologics Selects Nexeo Solutions as its U.S. Distribution Partner
- 3rd March 2016
Green Biologics Partners with Acme Hardesty
- 11th February 2016
Andrew Rickman to present ‘The disruptor’s view’ at TM&A Europe
- 29th January 2016
Green Biologics Named in the 2015 Global Cleantech 100
- 2nd December 2015
Green Biologics Starts Construction in Little Falls, MN
- 9th November 2015
The American Chemistry Council Approves Membership for Green Biologics
- 5th October 2015
The Future of the Data Center: Reinventing the Network
- 14th September 2015
Rockley Photonics demonstrates breakthrough technology
- 15th June 2015
ButaNext: Innovating to Create a More Effective Generation of Biofuels
Oxitec was sold to NYSE listed Intrexon for $160m in August 2015 providing a 6x invesment return to Rockley investors.