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  • The Campaign for Science and Engineering (CaSE) has published it's new report - Building on Scientific Strength: The Next Decade of R&D Investment, on how the Government can stimulate a rise in the UK's research intensity. The UK Government has committed to increasing the UK's research intensity by around a half, from 1.7% of GDP to 2.4% GDP over ten years, to...
  • UKSPA members, essensys have completed an Initial Public Offering (IPO), and are now a publicly listed company on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market. This announcement marks an important milestone, not only for essensys but also for the wider flexible workspace market. The public listing is a reflection of the positive sentiment among institutional investors...
  • The KE Awards are a new initiative organised by PraxisAuril to celebrate the contribution of KE professionals in enabling and facilitating the societal and economic impact of research. Sponsored by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), a new body creating the best possible environment for research and innovation to flourish, the KE Awards will recognise and celebrate...
  • Image: Andrew Naylor, NTV and Prof Dame Jessica Corner, University of Nottingham NOTTINGHAM businesses which began life as research projects earned a return of more than £11 million for the University of Nottingham last year. The scale of the return has been revealed by Nottingham Technology Ventures (NTV), the organisation which manages the University’s interest in...
  • Image: 3M BIC's technology team (l-r) Jordan Furness, Paul Tallon, Janine Downs, Michael Wilson, Luke Philips The University of Huddersfield and the 3M Buckley Innovation Centre (3M BIC) have won a national technology award in recognition of their investment in technology in response to the needs of innovative and ambitious SMEs across the region.  The National...