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  • The 2015 S-Lab Award scheme are now open for applications. Awards categories will be based around the 2014 categories. Categories for applications are: 1. New or Refurbished Laboratories 2. Laboratory Effectiveness 3. Laboratory Environmental Improvement 4. Best New or Improved Product 5. Laboratory Informatics 6. Making a Differrence 7. Laboratory Based Teaching and...
  • FITMAN (www.fitman-fi.eu) is a project within the European Commission’s Future Internet Public-Private-Partnership (FI-PPP) framework, developing and applying technologies to the manufacturing industry.  There is €80 million available in direct funding for European SMEs and web entrepreneurs to use and build on the technologies developed in FI-PPP projects like...
  • The Innovation, Research and technology sector ups its game and imapact according to Oxford Economics study.  The Innovation, Research and Technology (IRT) sector continues to punch well above its weight in the national economy, as shown by an independent study commissioned by the Association for Innovation, Research and Technology Organisations (AIRTO). Carried...
  • Cameras which use just a single pixel to see through smoke, imaging systems which can time light to see around corners and miniature structures to create earthquake warning systems are just some of the quantum technologies set to be brought to market by a new consortium of universities and businesses. A new Quantum Imaging Hub, led by the University of Glasgow, will...
  • The potential to quickly diagnose children with type 1 diabetes before the onset of serious illness could be achieved using a simple, non-invasive breath test, according to new research published today. In one of the most comprehensive breath-based studies of children with type 1 diabetes performed to date, a team of researchers from Oxford, UK have linked a sweet-...