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NoBACZ Healthcare

The Precision Bandaging Company

Dairy Farmer

Our Technology

Specialising in rapid set liquid barriers.




Dr Jonathan Powell CEO

Over 25 years of research experience in the translation of inorganic material chemistry into clinical applications.
Director of Biomineral Research and Imaging,  Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge.

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Cambridge, United Kingdom

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The Future of Liquid Bandaging

The Ultimate Barrier Solution

Our Story. Precision Liquid Bandaging was invented by Drs Jonathan Powell, Nuno Faria, Carlos Bastos and Will Thom at the University of Cambridge. The IP was filed by the University and a first scientific publication followed entitled ‘Robust rapid‑setting antibacterial liquid bandages’(1). The value of the product was demonstrated in a proof-of-concept trial on dairy cows with the disease, digital dermatitis and this approach could address the significant impact this disease has on economic productivity in dairy farming and  quality of life of the animals.

Our Growth. In November 2020, NoBACZ Healthcare was established by the inventors and their co-founding business partners, Liam Eves and Kym Denny Eves. The company was awarded an Innovate UK grant and drew investment from several sources including Cambridge Enterprise, Martlet Capital and a group of Angel Investors. Laura Donnelly, who is a commercialisation manager with Cambridge Enterprise and Paul Bailey, who is Managing Director of Martlet Capital Ltd, also joined the NoBACZ team as non-executive directors.

Our Vision. NoBACZ’s precision liquid bandages will change the way that we care for animals and humans. Our products are innovative and adaptable. And they really work. They thrive in extreme environments, from the demands of the modern dairy farm through to all-weather outdoor pursuits, every bit as much as they do in a clean hospital or home environment. 

(1)Bastos, C.A., et al., 2020. Robust rapid-setting antibacterial liquid bandages. Scientific reports, 10(1), pp.1-8