We help you transform possibilities into successful products, combining expertise in science and technology with our love of invention and problem solving. It’s a constant challenge – and one we relish. Our flexible, collaborative approach, broad market knowledge and unwavering commitment to quality mean that we can solve the most complex R&D challenges and quickly deliver tangible benefits to your business.

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Service-based business models

Chris Covey considers how manufacturers of fluid control systems are moving to alternative business models

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Sagentia specialises in solving complex problems by bringing together the fundamentals of science with the pragmatism and application of engineering to create ground breaking products.

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Our scientists and engineers redefine what’s possible and help R&D groups across the medical, industrial, oil & gas and consumer sectors achieve commercial return from their most complex technology projects.

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We have over 29 years' experience working as an end-to-end product development partner with global market leaders through to well funded start-ups across sectors.

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Is cell therapy commercially viable?

Cell therapies have huge potential for the treatment of a range of human diseases including cancer, metabol­ic disorders...

Holes not drills – the next big thing for fluid handling systems

Chris Covey is Vice President, Industrial at product development and technology consultancy, Sagentia. In this interview, he...

Novel dispense tech could unlock ‘mass personalisation’

Anticipating and delivering on evolving consumer demands is never easy. How do you predict the next big thing, how do you...