Our drug screening device is currently in development.
Sign up to our newsletter for regular updates.
A University of East Anglia spin-out company pioneering the development of fingerprint drug screening has raised £3m for the next stage of its development.
Pharmafile reports on our recent funding boost.
Paul Yates explains how workplace drug screening can help to reduce the health and safety risks associated with drug misuse.
Writing for Transport Operator, Paul Yates examines how fingerprint-based drug screening could help tackle drug-driving.
Dr Paul Yates looks at how new technology could bring drug screening in the rail industry into the 21st century…
Intelligent Fingerprinting's CEO, Jerry Walker, talks to Insider about the company's objective to launch its new drug screening system and the importance of understanding and meeting international regulatory obligations.
Intelligent Fingerprinting's Dr Paul Yates explains how revolutionary fingerprint-based drug screening technology could help to detect and reduce illegal drug use.
Cambridge TV interviews Intelligent Fingerprinting's CEO, Jerry Walker, for the low down on fingerprint drug screening and the company's development plans.
Custodial Review: Fingertip drug screening device can offer coroners early intelligence on cause of death
Evaluation data shows new fingertip-sweat drug screening device can offer coroners early intelligence on cause of death. Successful proof of concept with the Sheffield Coroner leads to wider customer trial.
Police Oracle talks to IFP's CEO, Jerry Walker, about the recent £2.5m investment in Intelligent Fingerprinting.
Intelligent Fingerprinting has secured another £2.5m investment, reports Business Weekly.
CSEye: Revolutionary test provides early drug use intelligence for coroners at the touch of a fingerprint
IFP's Dr Paul Yates talks to CSEye about the potential benefits of Intelligent Fingerprinting's new drug screening technology for coroner screening services in the UK and beyond.
Police Oracle explains how coroners trying to determine cause of death could be aided by a new type of non-invasive fingerprint screening.
"Dusting for prints is a well-established identification technique for detectives, but did you know your fingerprints can also reveal whether or not you've been taking drugs?" Cambridge News explains how IF is putting this knowledge to good use and why we have relocated to Cambridgeshire...
The Eastern Daily Press reports on Intelligent Fingerprinting's decision to drive its next stage of expansion by relocating to Cambridge.
Business Weekly reports on Intelligent Fingerprinting's recent relocation to new global headquarters in Cambridge.
Biometric Update reports on Intelligent Fingerprinting's pilot project to test the potential use of its new mobile drug screening device by coroners and mortuary staff to collect early intelliigence about cause of death.
Evaluation data shows that a new fingertip-sweat drug screening device can offer coroners early intelligence on cause of death.
Police Oracle interviews Intelligent Fingerprinting's new Chairman, Philip Hand, about the development of our fingerprint drug screening test.
Business Weekly reports on the £3m investment in Intelligent Fingerprinting's drug-screening technology by private UK and US backers.
Intelligent Fingerprinting's CEO, Dr Jerry Walker, shares his thoughts with smallbusiness.co.uk - the website for small business owners and start-ups - on the benefits to SMEs of seeking grant and investment funding.
Dr Paul Yates from Intelligent Fingerprinting explains the importance of establishing an effective workplace drug policy and describes how a new fingerprint drug screening device could deter and reduce drug use at work, with just the touch of a finger.
Criminal Law & Justice Weekly (CL&J) features an article by Dr Paul Yates discussing the potential benefits of introducing a new fingerprint drug test to help combat drug use in prisons.
Forbes.com features an article about the value of TSB grant funding for SMEs from the perspective of Dr Jerry Walker, CEO at Intelligent Fingerprinting.
The April edition of Anglia Business features an interview with Dr Paul Yates about Intelligent Fingerprinting's new fingerprint drug screening technique and Paul's role in the company.
Intelligent Fingerprinting has secured £750,000 in funding from a consortium of private US-based investors.
"Fingerprint-based drug detector receives financial boost," reports Engineering and Technology Magazine
Intelligent Fingerprinting, a Norwich company developing the world’s first handheld fingerprint-based drug screening device, has secured £750,000 in funding from a consortium of private US-based investors.
Norwich-based Mustard TV visited our lab to report on the recent funding boost from US investors for development of our fingerprint drug screening device .
Financed by Eurostars (a European programme dedicated to innovative SMEs) Intelligent Fingerprinting, along with addiction medicine experts at the University of Eastern Finland and Addoz Oy, have partnered for the development of a new device used in rehabilitation treatment.
Norfolk company Intelligent Fingerprinting has been awarded a share of a €1 million grant from the European ‘Eurostars’ programme to fund the development of its unique fingerprint drug screening technology for use in drug rehabilitation programmes.
British technology is to be at the forefront of a European project to help people break their addiction to opiates such as heroin, reports The Engineer.
Addiction Professional's article reports on Intelligent Fingerprinting's new drug screening technique and its use in drug rehabilitation.
Heathcare Global reports on the innovative Anglo-Finnish research study involving fingerprint drug screening which has just begun in support of drug rehabilitation treatment for opioid dependent patients.
Intelligent Fingerprinting is on the front cover of the December 2013 edition of Healthcare Global with a feature inside about how our new fingerprint drug screening technology could save lives and cut costs in healthcare.
The Guardian mentions our fingerprint drug screening technique in an article about new developments in forensic nanotechnology.
"What is so special about the drug-testing innovation from a Norwich company is that it has raised £millions from US investors and secured access to a global £multibillion market?" asks Addiction Recovery.
"A new non-invasive means of drug testing means illegal substances can be detected within minutes," reports How It Works magazine.
Business Weekly reports that Intelligent Fingerprinting has been invited to present its fingerprint-based drug screening technology to the Home Office at a forensic technology event on October 8.
Dr Paul Yates writes in The Barrister about the issues surrounding drug screening for Criminal Justice purposes and how new technology will help revolutionise the this area in the future.
BBC Radio 4's Inside Health programme talks to Intelligent Fingerprinting's founder, Professor David Russell, about the company's fingerprint drug screening technique which is being piloted in the A&E department at Leicester Royal Infirmary.
Intelligent Fingerprinting has been shortlisted in the ‘Business Impact - Aspiring’ category of The Impact Awards. The Awards are organised by PraxisUnico, the UK's leading research commercialisation organisation.
The Mirror reports that the NHS is to trial Intelligent Fingerprinting's hand-held drug testing device at Leicester Royal Infirmary.
The BBC's Science in Action programme explores new developments in fingerprint technology.
CNBC reports on Intelligent Fingerprinting's agreement with Dallas-based Smart Start Inc for the marketing and distribution of Intelligent Fingerprinting's hand-held fingerprint drug-testing device in North America.
April's issue of The Billboard, the definitive magazine for UK police forces, includes a feature about Intellligent Fingerprinting's prototype hand-held device for detecting illegal drug use through analysis of fingerprint sweat.
Germany's largest national newpaper, Suddeutsche Zeitung, reports on Intelligent Fingerprinting's drug screening technique.
Intelligent Fingerprinting's Dr Paul Yates writes for The Gazette about our handheld device for detecting drug metabolites in fingerprints and its potential uses within the fields of policing, border control, national security and institutional testing.
Evidence Technology Magazine reports how Intelligent Fingerprinting's technology could provide law enforcement with a new way to glean information from latent fingerprints.
Anglia Regional News features an item about Intelligent Fingerprinting.
The Daily Telegraph reports that a hand-held device which can detect whether drivers have taken drugs simply by testing their fingerprint sweat has been developed by academics at Intelligent Fingerprinting, a spin-out company of the University of East Anglia.
UCL's Jill Dando Institute Centre for the Forensic Sciences has launched a new bulletin on research, news and events from the field of forensics. The inaugural bulletin features Intelligent Fingerprinting's Dr Paul Yates discussing the innovative techniques and technology behind simultaneous detection of lifestyle intelligence and personal identity from fingerprints.
The Week magazine reports how Intelligent Fingerprinting's new fingerprint analysis technology could revolutionise the way police and employers detect drug use. Drunk driving tests like the Breathalyzer are widely used by police in the field, but a "drug driving" test that's accurate and portable has long eluded law enforcement.
Intelligent Fingerprinting's new handheld device, announced last week at the UCL International Crime Science Conference in London, could enable police to detect breakdown products from drugs excreted through sweat pores in the fingertips reports New Scientist magazine.
Randi Kaye talks with Dr Paul Yates about one of the newest innovations in fingerprint technology.
Intelligent Fingerprinting’s technology is amongst the most significant current and future technologies for forensic teams around the world reports Forensic Technology Review 2011.
UEA spin-out company Intelligent Fingerprinting has secured £300,000 of investment to help develop its business.
Police officers could soon be able to detect illegal drug use with a device that analyses a suspect's fingerprints, reports The Engineer.
Intelligent Fingerprinting has developed an innovative test to simultaneously detect identity and drug use. The technology has a wide range of potential applications in forensics and policing, reports Biometric News Portal.