Research and Development
This evening (Wednesday 20 September), a first-of-its-kind UK-US Science and Technology agreement has been agreed, outlining a commitment to collaborate on world-class research and innovation.
Matt Pulzer visits the Barclays Eagle Lab business incubator in Brighton and meets Body Rocket, a high-tech cycling start-up.
Thyssenkrupp has opened TechCenter Additive Manufacturing in Germany, starting to make customised products from metals and plastics in a single digital process.
Wolverhampton-based TyTek Industries will unveil its ‘ACT’ system today, an innovation which could save hundreds of lives in the event of a Mass Casualty Incident (MCI).
Emerging technologies such as Autonomy, IoT, AI, Augmented and Virtual reality, and Cloud Computing are reformatting customer and market expectations, a new study shows.
Dutch researchers have found a way to address the global problem of slow wi-fi; creating a network which could allow you to connect to the internet 100 times faster than is currently available.
Leading specialist in plastic bearing solutions, BNL, has partnered with the University of Bradford to better take advantage of increasing demand for lightweight material in automotive industry.
A team of scientists has seen success growing vaccines in plants which have been 'hijacked' to produce new compounds.
A rising number of manufacturing industries around the globe is one of the major factors boosting the growth of the packaging robots market, according to new research.
Rather than having to constantly battle complacency, conflicts of interest and resistance to change, what if your employee engagement was so high that workers naturally drove success and change?