UKSPA is supporting the "University and University Related Real Estate conference in London on 24 September. UKSPA members will benefit from a 10% reduction on conference delegate rates.
Event Title: University and University Related Real Estate
Location: Le Meridien, 21 Piccadilly, London W1J 0BH
Date: Thursday 24 September 2015
The Henry Stewart industry briefing with contributions from:
Business Secretary announces ambitious reviews into burdensome red tape in 5 key industry sectors.
In brief, the Chancellor announced two changes likely to affect the R & D community:
Another boost for the UK’s £11.3 billion space industry as 2 new space facilities are opened at the UK Space Gateway in Oxfordshire.
Dr Ruth McKernan, Innovate UK chief executive: we can use the Dowling Review recommendations to turn the UK into a truly innovative economy
There are lots of books and articles on leadership and entrepreneurs. However, one method of categorizing leadership or entrepreneurs, known as BOSI, resonated with me. I think this categorization can help you understand how to grow your business in a more innovative and effective way.
Ahead of the Budget next week, we're looking in detail at the 2015 changes to R&D reliefs.
It may seem bizarre to be writing about updates as we approach half way through 2015, but tax legislation follows a very tortuous route through Parliament to arrive and become 'law'.
The UK now has some of the most generous tax and cash breaks for research and development and the 2015 changes lifted the SME rate by a further 5% whilst the cash tax credit is increased by from 11% to 14.5% - a 31% uplift for those keen on statistics.
BIS has published the Report of the Dowling Review of Business-University Research Collaborations
UKSPA Members Marks & Clerk have released a new report, Microbial Infection: Point-of-care diagnostics.
The Ministry of Defence has launched a series of funding competitions through the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) seeking SME support to address technological challenges. Businesses may be awarded up to £1 million to develop innovative products or services that present a solution in one of seven problem areas: