Research and Development
Four British universities hope their research on micro-robotics will enable businesses and public sector organisations to carry out work in dangerous environments.
Japan's 22-year import ban on British beef and lamb has been overturned, which could net British farmers more than £125m over the next five years.
A collaboration between a Peterborough renewable energy firm and the University of Sheffield's AMRC means vaccines can now be transported through some of the hottest climates on Earth.
BAE Systems invests approximately £90m per year in education, skills and early careers activities in the UK. This year, its bases in Lancashire will offer apprentices opportunities to work on the company's Typhoon and F-35 projects.
Wind farm technology designed at UK manufacturing plants helped the UK to achieve major falls in CO2 emissions from the UK power sector.
The University of Sheffield's AMRC have collaborated with Airbus on a project to automate the delivery of tooling supplies at Airbus' Broughton factory.
The pharmaceuticals giant AstraZeneca and the charity Cancer Research have inaugurated a new research centre aimed at speeding the creation of cancer drugs.
Alysha Liebscher and Gary Gayman, of Morgan Advanced Materials, explain why protecting against thermal runaway in electric vehicles is critical and discuss the options available to manufacturers.
Fine Tubes Ltd provided cooling tubes for the Large Hadron Collider. It has also worked on the Eurofighter and Concorde aircraft.
A manufacturer and a robotics firm have teamed up with Innovate UK to develop a revolutionary ‘factory in a box’ to produce commercial roof tiles.