In a unique communications partnership, Universities UK (UUK) and ITN Productions are producing a news and current affairs-style programme exploring the marked effect that universities have on people's lives, and the prosperity of the UK.
A major report looking at the future of the sea sets out the opportunities available for the UK to capitalise on its existing strengths in research, technology and the diversity of ocean industries.
New laws which have just received Royal Assent, will unlock an exciting era of British space innovation, exploration and investment.
The Space Industry Bill will enable the first commercial space launch from UK soil in history, creating the potential for hundreds of highly-skilled jobs and bringing in billions of pounds for the economy.
Entries are now open for the nomination process for the Business of Science Leadership Award.
The call for entries is open to ambitious leaders of science-based organisation of all sizes across the UK
You can find all the information on the awards evening and the nominations process at the website below:
- · Today’s funding will support better diagnosis for UK patients through AI and new tech at new regional centres of excellence.
- · 500,000 Biobank volunteers will see their genome sequenced providing data that will help the UK lead the world in development of tools for early diagnosis and new pioneering therapies
JOBLIFT ANALYSES WHICH CITIES AND TOWNS WILL DOMINATE THE UK'S TECH SCENE IN THE NEAR FUTURE
PwC report points to health and social care and education as main public service areas to be affected by the technology in the UK
Robotics & Automation 2018: Esslingen near Stuttgart, Germany 28th February
As laboratory experimentation, data and interpretation become increasingly complex, automation and information technology (IT) solutions become essential for successful drug discovery.
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.