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Research and Development
The next generation of batteries could be made using sodium with Korean scientists having designed a Na-ion battery which has delivered a high energy density rivalling some Lithium ion batteries.
Global testing group Exova yesterday unveiled its new £3million Corrosion Centre in Dudley, West Midlands which will improve the company's testing capability and capacity particularly for customers in the oil & gas and energy sectors.
A half-hearted approach to innovation could undermine the potential of the UK’s economic recovery, future growth and competitiveness, says PwC in its report, Breakthrough Innovation and Growth, released yesterday.
Keith Nichols at industry technology analyst Cambashi dives into the whys and wherefores of extracting value from investments in innovation.
The new US-made Telsa Model S electric car has achieved the highest crash safety score for any car in history, breaking the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's testing equipment.
The realisation of R&D tax credit benefits has put a £21,500 boost behind further innovation at Birmingham based Quantum Precision Engineering.
Oxford-based company Oxitec is using genetically modified insects to fight insect-borne diseases and reduce crop destruction.
Sheffield steel vehicle suspension manufacturer, Tinsley Bridge Group, are helping to save the lives of soldiers by improving the suspension of the Army's Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle.
HMRC has released data which shows a 49% uptick in SME claims for R&D tax credits between financial year 2008/9 and financial year 2011/12.
Universities and science minister, David Willetts, announced Darlington as the home for the new National Biologics Manufacturing Centre (NBMC) today.