The biggest manufacturers listed on the London Stock Exchange spend on average 4.92% of their annual turnover on research and development, The Manufacturer can reveal.
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Jaguar Land Rover will invest £1.4 million over five years to create a new professorship at the National Automotive Innovation Campus with WMG at the University of Warwick.
In second of a three-part series, Felicity Burch, economist at EEF, blogs on the funding model of the Fraunhofer Institutes and how this contributes to their success.
The Japanese technology group will spend £20m on expanding the Livingstone site to mark the 20th anniversary of its air conditioning plant there.
Cumbrian luxury paper manufacturer James Cropper has developed the world's first quality paper products made from recycled coffee cups.
When Birmingham Stopper looked for the most efficient method to weld a range of earth moving equipment support assembly brackets, electronic technology manufacturer Yaskawa came in to deliver their Motoman robot system.
Steve Coe, group innovation director at Element Six, talks to Marc Sobbohi about the trials of opening a global innovation centre and the hopes for the future.
Bloodhound opened their new Technical Centre in Avonmouth, Bristol, yesterday in conjunction with the announcement they will receive a £1m government grant.
Many food manufacturing companies are missing out on hundreds of thousands of pounds in tax reliefs they are entitled to each year, according to Research and Development (R&D) tax specialists Alma Consulting Group.