The countries’ smartest scientific brains are working relentlessly to develop new technologies and prepare them for commercial application. Peter Russell, head of RBS manufacturing and industrials, takes a look at two technologies with the potential to turn business models upside down and explains why UK manufacturers need to get involved now.
High-tech manufacturer of quantum dots Nanoco has completed a £1.2m order for a Japanese company in a milestone achievement for the university spin-out.
The Board of Directors of Tata Sons unanimously recommended Mr. Cyrus P. Mistry as deputy chairman. He will work with Mr. Ratan N. Tata over the next year and take over from him when Mr. Tata retires in December 2012. This is as per the unanimous recommendation of the Selection Committ…
The need to reduce Britain’s trade deficit was at the heart of the David Cameron’s address to the CBI’s annual conference.
At both the opening and the close of his address Mr Cameron said that lobbying organisations, including the CBI but also EEF, The Federation for Small Busin…