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.
Government has published the Industrial Strategy White Paper, which sets out a long term plan to boost the productivity and earning power of people throughout the UK.
You can find the White Paper here.
The Strategy comments:
The UK will see its biggest ever increase in research and development investment and a new fund to transform transport connections within city regions across the country, the PM announced on Monday 20 November.
As part of the Industrial Strategy’s aim to improve productivity and create better and higher-paying jobs across the UK, the government will:
The UK Space Agency has announced an extra £90,000 of funding for three of its successful business incubation centres.
The UK Innovation Summit
Wednesday, November 29th, 2017
Cavendish Conference Centre, London
UKSPA is supporting this event and a 20% discount is available for UKSPA members and their tenant companies.
The Prime Minister will meet leading digital entrepreneurs and innovators from across the country on Wednesday 15 November, as she announces a series of measures to support the continued growth and success of the UK’s world-class tech sector.
Laboratory Excellence Conference
Wellcome Trust Genome Campus, Hinxton CB10 1SA
12 DECEMBER 2017
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Supporting Sellafield's Nuclear Decommissioning Mission
A one-day event at the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex on Tuesday 14 November, 2017.
In collaboration with the National Physical Laboratory and GAU Radioanalytical, Game Changers announce a one day ‘challenge’ event where organisations can bring their innovative techniques, technologies and solutions to meet the challenges faced by Sellafield’s Analytical Services teams.
The Chairman of Enterprise M3 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), Dr Mike Short, CBE, has been appointed as the Chief Scientific Adviser by the Department for International Trade (DIT).
In the newly created role, Dr Short will build links with research, development and academic communities to commercialise and promote British scientific and engineering exports globally. His expertise and advice will also inform DIT’s policies on science and engineering, particularly in relation to technical aspects of future trade deals.