Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram (pictured above) hailed the Liverpool City Region as “undergoing a renaissance in science and innovation”, at this year’s Business of Science Conference which took place on Thursday at the Hilton Hotel, Liverpool.
Ambitious new plans set out by the Prime Minister today will see around 22,000 fewer people dying from cancer each year by 2033.
Speaking in Macclesfield today, the PM will use a speech to challenge the NHS, the Artificial Intellifence (AI) sector and health charities to use data and AI to transform the diagnosis of chronic diseases.
The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult will lead a £3 million investment to scale up skills and training in the UK's life sciences industry.
It will create new skills and capabilities to bridge the gap between the regulatory approval of cell and gene therapies and the integration into front-line services.
The funding comes from UK Research and Innovation through Innovate UK
The fourth edition of the UK Tech Nation Report shows that, once again, the UK is the best place to start and grow a digital tech business, with the digital tech sector now worth nearly £184 billion to the UK economy.
The Knowledge Transfer Network are delivering a series of workshops aimed at helping businesses write a good grant proposal.
With just under a month to go, preparations for the PraxisAuril spring conference are nearing completion.
This year’s conference will be held at the International Centre in Telford, 16 to 18 May – a little earlier in the year than usual, but it already promises to be another great event for professionals working in the KE sector.
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: