The importance of international collaboration was reinforced on Friday 2 February by Science Minister Sam Gyimah at the Research Day of the EU Competitiveness Council in Bulgaria, where he outlined his desire to see the principles of excellence, competitiveness and openness to the world to remain the guiding principles of European science and innovation, and for the UK to play a leading role in shaping these principles, both now and in the future.
The economy depends on getting more businesses to adopt new ideas, says Innovate UK’s Ruth McKernan
Doing something different, something that no-one else is doing is a risk. What if it doesn’t work? What if the returns don’t justify the investment? What if I lose so much money I have to lay people off?
ANNUAL BUSINESS OF SCIENCE EVENT RETURNS FOR 2018
The 2018 Business of Science conference will return on Thursday 17th May with a raft of high-profile speakers, including Vice-Chancellor, University of Liverpool, Professor Dame Janet Beer DBE and Richard Carter, managing director UK and Ireland for BASF.
The event, which was launched two years ago, explores the commercialisation of great science, while highlighting the latest developments in ground-breaking innovation and invention.
Expression of Interest: Hosted visit to Brisbane and City of Gold Coast, Queensland
Trade 2018 - Commonwealth Games Trade and Investment Program
10th-13th April 2018
Trade and Investment Queensland, TIQ, is organising an e-health industry sector mission to Australia to participate in a business engagement program involving many of Queensland’s leading health sector research and development organisations and agencies.
Out-of-Autoclave (OOA) processing of composites has come a long way since its humble origins.
An annual UK cities comparison report published today by think-tank, the Centre for Cities, shows that Cambridge continues to top the list of UK cities for skills and innovation.
Cambridge City Council has welcomed the report which highlights the city’s economic potential, skills and innovation.
Cambridge companies are being urged to take part in the Tech Nation 2018 survey which closes on Friday February 2nd.
Science Minister Sam Gyimah announces the launch of the UKRI Research and Innovation Infrastructure Roadmap.
22 January 2018 (Transcript of the speech, exactly as it was delivered)
The UK’s premier engineering award launches this year’s search for the best of UK innovation.
Entries are now open for the 2018 Royal Academy of Engineering MacRobert Award and will close on 31 January 2018.
The MacRobert Award recognises outstanding engineering innovations that have proven commercial success and a tangible benefit to society. The team behind the winning innovation receives a £50,000 cash prize, gold medal and national acclaim.
The UK Space Agency has announced £200,000 of funding for 4 new business incubators to boost the number of start-up companies in the space sector across the UK.