To underline our outstanding national reputation for innovation, science and technology, the UK is Europe's leading recipient of R&D inward investment. By Sir Andrew Cahn, Chief Executive UK Trade & Investment
A key element of the Technology Strategy Board's approach focuses on 'challenge-led' innovation. Heidi Lovelock, Head of Innovation Platforms, explains this idea, the organisation's work in this area and what it means for business
David Lammy MP, Minister of State for Higher Education and Intellectual Property, explains why innovative universities have a vital role to play in ensuring the UK not only survives the current economic climate, but emerges stronger than before
Although capital-intensive research is one of the first casualties of a downturn, it is also an opportunity for firms and governments to re-examine innovation portfolios - and the innovation environment is likely to be changed fundamentally as a result. Mike Sharpe takes a look at the bigger picture
The Loughborough IMCRC was established in 2001 with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). The funding has provided researchers with the ability to embrace multidisciplinary, innovative projects.
Partner for the Development of Advanced and High Performance Materials. World-leading advanced materials processing company with a focus on the development of processing routes that can be commercialised by industry
We constantly interact with the built environment. From the roads we drive on, the homes we live in, the retail and leisure outlets we visit to the offices, schools and hospitals we work in, we are surrounded by our built environment.
As the international language powering world trade, the English language is an essential business tool for innovative organisations. By Stephen Carey at the International English Language Testing System (IELTS)