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Call for green fund

Green Investment Bank proposes innovation fund Read

UK's first desalination plant opens

Plant opens on Thames to ensure plentiful water in event of drought Read

Government continues science support

Low carbon and science projects to keep funding, but cuts also confirmed Read

RDAs axed

Coalition government shuts down regional development agencies. Read

Government continues science support

Low carbon and science projects to keep funding, but cuts also confirmed Read

Survey names influential innovators

Government CIO leads the way Read

KTP urges innovation

Businesses should increase competitiveness with innovation, despite the recession Read

UK firm lands NASA contract

New Lunar Lander Project relies on Spark programming language Read

Ilika sets sights on China

Company partners with Diverso to develop business in the People's Republic of China Read

Staffordshire farm hailed for its sustainable diversification

Farm biofuel power plant turns waste into energy Read

Waste-to-fuel reactor wins 2010 industry award

Velocys develops microchannel reactor Read

Funding boost for automotive team

Consortium wins fund for unique engine development Read

Robotic heart surgery

World's first remote heart operation using a robotic arm Read

University of Huddersfield - To be absolutely precise

Attracting high levels of funding, the globally-renowned research teams at the University of Huddersfield are working on a range of projects to Read

Isle of Wight

A unique offer for renewable energy Read

The University of Surrey - A blend of the best

As a global university with a world-class research profile, the University of Surrey offers a fusion of academic knowledge, professional insight and can-do confidence Read

Wolverhampton Science Park - Facing the future

Understanding and responding to tenant requirements is key to how Wolverhampton Science Park is beating the economic downturn Read

Prospect Leicestershire - A hive of innovation activity

With the aim of bringing universities and businesses together to innovate, Prospect Leicestershire is aiming to further strengthen the region's world-class reputation for innovation Read

Investment in research Excellence with impact

Research Councils UK (RCUK) is the strategic partnership of the seven UK Research Councils. Read

Birmingham Science City and the appliance of science

A region-wide partnership, Birmingham Science City uses science, technology and innovation to exploit new opportunities and find solutions to major problems Read

Regional variations with support services

Regional agencies provide a much-needed helping hand for SMEs in developing new products, support services and business practices. Mike Sharpe Read

NESTA - What gets measured gets done

The new Innovation Index shows that the UK is more innovative than thought. The challenge, says NESTA's Jonathan Kestenbaum, is to ensure it stays that way Read

Great British Inventions

A round up of the greatest british inventions Read

NanoCentral - A gateway to market

As world-class experts in nanomaterials technology, NanoCentral offers a range of solutions and services to help business get their goods to market Read

Connecting technology, catalysing innovation

If the UK wants to remain a leading knowledge economy, it cannot afford not to be at the forefront of nanotechnology. The NanoKTN works to make sure the UK stays ahead Read

New device sniffs out super-bug

'Odour-reading' method to detect Clostridim difficile could prevent spread of disease Read

Materials chemistry goes fast-track

Leading-edge developments in materials chemistry can now be fast-tracked to industrial application through the Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry Read

Driving towards a low emissions future

With low emissions vehicles accelerating into showrooms everywhere, the UK is on a government-backed drive to be at the forefront of ultra-low carbon Read

Low Carbon - Taking the telematics route

Now a must-have for most drivers, satellite navigation devices and telematics also have a big role to play in not only cutting fuel and operating Read

The innovation imperative - military technology

To continue to supply and support the Armed Forces with cutting-edge, battle-winning military technology, it is important that MOD and industry work closely together to stimulate and encourage innovation. Read

Atkins signs up for ITER

UK company lands Europe's biggest engineering project with Fusion for Energy Read

New support for Scottish firms

First Minister announces European funding for Scottish small businesses Read

Spin-out signs up with GSK

Activiomics links with GSK to develop cell signalling technique. Read

Beta Technology - The value of knowledge exchange

Beta Technology has been helping clients to profit from new knowledge and collaborations for over 25 years Read

Funding the future

Focusing on growing small business, start-ups and spin-outs, the Innovation Investment Fund has got off to a flying start Read

Knowledge is the key to success

To underline our outstanding national reputation for British innovation, science and technology, the UK is Europe's leading recipient of R&D inward investment, Read

£20m boost to small businesses

Extra funding for Small Business Research Initiative Read

£100m pledge to research hub

Government gives massive funding boost to Diamond Light Source Read

Government's £30m boost for Web Science

New Institute aims to keep UK ahead of web developments Read

UK Space Agency gives strength to sector

New Agency brings industry under one roof for a more strategic approach to the space sector Read

Academics with impact

With their budgets threatened, the UK's universities are under pressure to show that their research has 'impact'. But what does that mean, asks Michael Kenward Read

Companies increase R&D spend

Latest R&D scoreboard shows £26bn spend among UK's top 1000 companies Read

Scientific body calls for action

Council of Science and Technology report claims UK must act to maintain global scientific standing Read

Speedy saliva test could test for disease

Scottish scientists create low cost technique for DNA testing Read

Oxford Nanopore raises £17.4m

New and existing investors have backed nanotechnology business Oxford Nanopore with an investment of £17.4m. Read

Touch Bionics secures angel loan

Touch Bionics, which launched its 'bionic fingers' worldwide in December 2009, has received an £800,000 loan from its principal investors. Read

Car bodywork could power battery

Imperial scientists develop new material that could double up as bodywork and battery charger Read

Innovations prevent mobile phone crime

Mobile Phone Security Challenge produces innovative designs to protect mobile phone crime Read

Study finds science in marketing

Direct mail generates more brain activity than digital material Read

Scientists discover ageing gene

Genetic variant may pinpoint those at risk of age-related diseases Read

First Chief Scientific Officer for Wales

Appointment signals Welsh focus on science and engineering Read

New spray hailed as miracle invention

Silica-based spray has multitude of important uses for homes, hospitals and businesses Read

Life Sciences Super Cluster Announced as Support for Life Sciences is Bolstered

The Government has announced plans for a new UK Life Sciences Super Cluster, supported by £1 million of Government investment. Read

Innovation fund kicks off

£125m Hermes Fund is ready for investing. Read

GSK puts malaria drugs in public domain

CEO to announce major initiative to stamp out the disease Read

Innovation on the high seas

Anti-piracy advice offers a few theatrical surprises, says Justin Stares Read

BIS should co-ordinate nano activity

Report recommends government leads way to ensure nano investment. Read

SMEs to benefit from TSB fund

£6.5m to be shared among 180 firms to boost innovation Read

Ex director to sue RI

Baroness Greenfield to take Royal Institute to tribunal over redundancy Read

NHS partnerships boost innovation

Clusters aim to provide education and training as well as promote innovation in the NHS. Read

Government launches science strategy for food

The UK Cross-Government Strategy for Food Research and Innovation aims to ease pressures on food system Read

Agency replaces Space Centre

New space agency aims to cut through the bureaucracy Read

Fund-of-fund managers named

Private investors boost to Innovation Investment Fund Read

Projects examine UK's renewable energy

The Energy Technologies Institute launches schemes to monitor renewable sources Read

Agencies commit to energy innovation

Five north west agencies sign up to boost innovation in energy sector. Read

Beyond the brief

The refreshingly short Queen's Speech points to a set of bills with the real details of the government's plans, says Michael Kenward Read

UK science and innovation leads world

New report shows UK building world-class science base Read

Innovation pass to help NHS patients

New plan will give patients access to innovative drugs Read

NHS Supply Chain announces Top 10 Innovations

Following the recent launch of its Innovation Scorecard, NHS Supply Chain has compiled a list of products that demonstrate significant benefits for the NHS in terms of value, efficiency or patient care. Read

Innovation is driving growth, claims report

NESTA's first Innovation Index finds innovation driving private sector growth. Read

Digital Economy Bill launched

Digital Economy Bill has finally been introduced, with the aim of ensuring the UK leads the global digital economy. Read

Manchester Science Park chief lands role

The chief executive of Manchester Science Parks has been chosen to head up a new international advisory body. Read

Hospital network implements single sign-on technology to improve staff connectivity.

East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust has implemented Imprivata's OneSign to access critical applications. Read

Funding boost for all-electric car

A £9m project to develop a new, all-electric, affordable urban car is now underway. Read

Nano firms win top awards

Three top British nanotechnology firms are celebrating after winning Business Innovation Awards at the UK NanoForum and Emerging Technologies Conference 2009. Read

e-Government National Award Finalists Announced

The finalists have been announced in this year's e-Government National Awards. Read

And the winners are...... Economist winner announced

The Economist has been running the innovation awards programme for eight years and at the end of October will be celebrating the achievements of eight individuals and companies at London's Science Museum. Read

Boosting business innovation

Boosting business innovation through access to European funding Read

Working together - making an impact

The University's Business Gateway helps organisations access our wide range of expertise resulting in creative solutions, ideas, technologies or strategies. Read

III-V semiconductor technology

Innovation utilising III-V semiconductor technology in photonics Read

XGEN: technical innovation and expertise

An international reputation for technical innovation and expertise Read

NHS National Innovation Centre

Life science and healthcare technology industries are to make a major contribution to the future wealth of the UK Read

Nanoforce Technology

Partner for the Development of Advanced and High Performance Materials. World-leading advanced materials processing company with a focus on the Read

Innovation through integration

The Loughborough IMCRC was established in 2001 with funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Read

Enabling collaboration throughout the nation

The Aerospace & Defence KTN supports the UK's ambition of developing innovative technologies for use in leading-edge aerospace products Read

A boost for Britain

As one of the largest-ever technology funds in Europe, the Innovation Investment Fund is giving the UK's venture capital industry a shot in the arm Read

A catalyst for positive change

Promoting and encouraging innovation is as important as ever in the current economic climate. Chief Executive Jonathan Kestenbaum explains NESTA Read

Investing in the future

To underline our outstanding national reputation for innovation, science and technology, the UK is Europe's leading recipient of R&D inward investment Read

Beresford & Co, a perfect patent

Keith Beresford, Senior Partner of Beresford & Co, explains how to avoid the pitfalls of a poorly presented patent Read

ela8, credit where credit's due

Gareth Edwards, Managing Director of R&D tax specialist ela8 outlines the benefits and some common misconceptions Read

British Venture Capital Association

Supporting businesses at risk from the recession is more important than ever. Simon Walker, Chief Executive, British Venture Capital Association, explains how putting the emphasis on innovation will help Read

Technium - A catalyst for success

Bringing together like-minded companies that really do mean business, Technium innovation centres in Wales offer advice, support and, most of all, success Read

Sheffield's Innovation Centres

From electronic rats to drug interaction profiling, the University of Sheffield's Innovation Centres provide support and expertise for a range of companies working on a variety of innovations. Read

Kroto Innovation Centre

The University of Sheffield's reputation as a centre for world-class research in emerging technologies is helping to attract start-ups and established businesses from around the world Read

Enviro21 Innovation Parks

An exciting new commercial concept is emerging in East Sussex - the Enviro21 Innovation Parks put sustainability at the heart of business. Read

Norwich Research Park

Dr Robin Daniels, Chief Executive of the Norwich Research Park looks at the challenges - and opportunities - faced by entrepreneurs in the current economic climate Read

UK Science Park Association

The UK Science Park Association is dedicated to raising the standards of science park provision Read

University of Greenwich

From fire safety to communications technologies, the University of Greenwich has solved some of the worlds's most challenging engineering problems. Read

University of Salford

SCRI's research work focuses on the creation of value at all phases of the construction process. Read

Entering a new age of research

Collaborating with industry, the Quality of Age Research Centre is working hard to improve the health of an ageing population Read

Regenerative medicine in the North of England

RegeNer8, the N8 Centre for Translational Regenerative Medicine, aims to accelerate the development of regenerative technologies. Read

West of England Partnership

Cutting edge collaboration. Read

Focus: Northern Ireland

In a global knowledge-based economy, Northern Ireland compete on the basis of skills, creativity and innovation of its people. Read

On a global mission

ITI Scotland is the driving force behind a range of cutting-edge initiatives that are becoming a commercial reality Read

Rising to the global challenge

Manufacturers in the city of Leeds have risen to the challenges of globalisation with a winning combination of enterprise and innovation. Read

Yorkshire & Humber: your highway to innovation

Centres of Industrial Collaboration Read

A centre of excellence for invention and innovation

In 1969 radical technological innovations became reality: The Open University was founded on the belief that communications technology could bring high-quality degree-level learning to people Read

Designs on the future

Thanks to Innovate, the Design Council's support service, new technology has found a new ally in design. And entrepreneurs are reaping the benefits. Read

'We are open for business'

Innovation UK talks to Jeff Weedman, Vice President of External Business Development at P&G about how the company is on a quest to spread the word about the power of open innovation Read

Excellence with impact

The UK's Research Councils play a key role in ensuring the UK remains one of the world's most attractive locations for science and innovation Read

Big boost for small businesses

The new SBRI programme brings innovative technology solutions from business to meet government needs, by Mark Glover, Head of the SBRI programme, Technology Strategy Board Read

A climate for change

Dr Mark Williamson, Director of Innovation at the Carbon Trust, examines the multi-billion-pound opportunities presented by the move to a low-carbon economy Read

Innovate to accumulate

Dr Debbie Buckley-Golder Programme Director for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, puts forward the case for innovation as a valuable tool in helping your business to come out the other side fitter and better equipped to compete in the global economy Read

Plastic electronics at UKDL

Over the coming 15 years, the number of electronic goods made possible by plastic electronics will revolutionise everyday life. Read

Investment in new access network technologies

By David Smith and Michael Robertson of Photonics KTN Read

Central role

How NanoCentral is a driving force behind the safe, beneficial and profitable commercialisation of nanomaterials Read

Nanotechnology in the UK

How NanoKTN is enabling nanotechnologies to connect technology, catalyse innovation and lead the way in delivering the UK's wealth creation Read

Constructing the future

The Modern Built Environment Knowledge Transfer Network looks at the key innovation drivers for the built environment in 2009. Read

Improving efficiency for metals and manufacturing companies

The National Metals Technology Centre (NAMTEC), aims to improve the competitiveness of the UK metals industry by stimulating greater levels of innovation, research and training Read

Key innovation material

Dr Robert Quarshie, looks at the latest advanced materials strategy by the Technology Strategy Board and its own innovative initiatives are helping to connect the innovation process. Read

Ordnance Survey: Information frameworks, collaboration and innovation platforms

Everything happens somewhere - that's geography. Geography is the stage on which all natural and human activity plays out Read

Opportunities for Location Based Services

The Location and Timing Knowledge Transfer Network is one of a number of networks funded by the UK government through the Technology Strategy Board to stimulate wealth creation through innovation Read

Moving goods and people intelligently

The Intelligent Transport Systems KTN actively seeks out innovations that can improve our transport systems Read

Service oriented computing - a new wave of innovation

by Ian Osborne, Director, Grid Computing Now! KTN Read

Patient care at its best

A look at the innovations conceived by NHS staff that have been turned into reality to benefit their patients Read

Putting innovation into practice

Lynne Maher, Head of Innovation Practice, NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, looks at how the NHS embraces innovation Read

Making the right connections

London Technology Network stimulates and supports collaborative ventures in the Greater South East of England with its successful innovation matching service Read

The role of creativity in innovation

Invention will only remain the lifeblood of the UK economy if it leads to commercial opportunity. By Mike Pearson and Jim Dawton Read

Addressing an age-old problem

As life expectancy increases, the Institute for Ageing and Health is examining the needs of the ageing society - and opportunities available. Read

Innovation - soup to nuts, served by the NIC

Successful innovation starts with identifying a need. It then grows the solution to that need and shares the results. The NIC can support commercial innovators at each of these stages. Read

Connecting people and technology in the HealthTech sector

The HealthTech sector - covering medical devices, diagnostics and assisted living - is both a large market worth £120bn globally for industry, and a sector impacting directly on quality of life and UK wealth generation Read

Positioning digital communications to serve the future needs of the UK

The UK has a leading-edge digital communications industry, which the Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network aims to build upon and develop. Read

Sharing the vision for defence

BAE Systems initiates and drives collaboration across customers, suppliers, SMEs and academic organisations to identify, integrate and deliver new capabilities for the UK's armed forces in the shortest timescales possible Read

Putting innovation on the front line

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) offers anyone with the innovation and will to enter the defence market a single entry point through the Centre for Defence Enterprise Read

Enabling collaboration throughout the nation

Working with government, industry and regional and academic representatives, the Aerospace and Defence KTN drives the National Aerospace Technology Strategy forward, lending support to developing innovative technologies for use in leading-edge industry products Read

The appliance of science

As part of its mission to promote physics and support physicists, the Institute of Physics aims to improve public understanding of and engagement with science Read

Innovation: at the heart of economic recovery

It is now more vital than ever to focus on investment in innovation, explains Allyson Reed, Director of Strategy and Communications, the Technology Strategy Board Read

Turning ideas into reality

Robert Kirby-Harris, Chief Executive of the Institute of Physics explains how physics is central to meeting the global challenges of the future. Read

Norwich Research Park

by Dr Robin Daniels, Chief Executive of the Norwich Research Park Read

Bristol, Bath and the West of England

From Airbus A380 wings to the smallest of silicon processors, the West of England is one of the UK's premier locations for technology and innovation companies Read

St. Helens - Connectivity, Catchment, Cost

Three good reasons to invest in St. Helens… and there's more Read

Ulster Innovation delivering business success

The University of Ulster is a modern and progressive institution and is currently preeminent across the island of Ireland in knowledge transfer and new venture formation. Read

Investing in the future

Science and Research projects at the forefront at the Northern Ireland's long term economic future Read

Sensing and instrumentation technology

Sensing and instrumentation technology plays a vital role in addressing many of today's major global challenges and the potential impact of sensing technology is far-reaching Read

Making light work for industry

The UK is rich in small companies developing novel technologies across all application areas in photonics Read

Leading positive change for global industry

Growing at an average rate of 2.6% per annum, the process sector is now worth £70bn to the nation's economy, and is the UK's fastestgrowing industry. Read

Innovative science for commercial applications

Oxford Instruments was awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category in recognition of its continuing culture of encouraging innovation and technical excellence Read

Nanofabrication solutions

At Kelvin Nanotechnology Ltd (KNT) we provide nanofabrication solutions delivered through our state-ofthe-art James Watt Nanofabrication Centre in Glasgow. Read

Institute of Nanotechnology

There are few industries that will escape the exciting influences of nanotechnology. To aid its safe development, frameworks are being developed to mitigate and manage the risks Read

NanoCentral linking technology with market

In a world where products are becoming more similar in every market sector, it is getting tougher to achieve competitive advantage. Read

Nanotechnology in the UK

Successful uptake of new technologies is vital to the wealth creating power of the UK, and nanotechnologies are crucial to delivering the UK's wealth creation in the next 20 years Read

Innovations in materials deliver value for money

The huge purchasing power of the public sector can provide a powerful incentive for business to innovate and develop new products, processes and services. Read

Innovation for tomorrow's built environment

The built environment has a huge impact on our lives. Those that help to shape this environment have an enormous influence and responsibility. Read

Scott Bader, an innovative history

Scott Bader was established in 1921. Today we are a ?216 million turnover multinational chemical company, employing over 650 people worldwide. Read

University of Nottingham

Nemaura Pharma has been utilising manufacturing expertise at the University of Nottingham to develop the design of sub-systems for their innovative drug delivery patch Read

Manufacturing, breaking the mould

The Manufacturing Technologies Association is at the core of engineering-based manufacturing, with its activities supporting and nurturing innovation in the UK Read

DRIVENet Sustainable Vehicle Engineering

DRIVENet represents the portal to the Sustainable Vehicle Engineering Centre (SVEC), located in the School of Technology at Oxford Brookes University. Read

Fleet costs and carbon emissions

Running a clean, environmentally friendly fleet offers your business many benefits. The Energy Saving Trust can help you. Read

Intelligent Transport Systems deployment

Mapping the route to Intelligent Transport Systems deployment. - The challenges faced by transport are well known, but solutions are harder to find Read

Location and Timing KTN

Intelligent Transport Systems Read

Pearson Matthews Innovation Consultants

If innovation is the exploitation of new ideas, then in order to get innovation you need to start by accessing invention Read

University-industry collaborations

University-industry collaborations: a wealth of opportunities at Imperial College London Read

Feeling your way to design success

The UK's NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement shares the secrets behind its Experience-Based Design (EBD) programme Read

Innovative translational research

University of Birmingham - a centre of excellence for innovative translational research Read

Connecting people and technology

The HealthTech sector covering medical devices, diagnostics and assisted living is both a large market for industry and a sector impacting directly on quality of life and UK wealth generation. Read

Energy Institute - Home Help

While global innovations will make a real difference to climate change on a worldwide scale, there is plenty that UK-based individuals and businesses can do, and the Energy Institute is facing the challenge Read

Towards an energy efficient future

A look at how the British Electrotechnical and Allied Manufacturers Association is proactively addressing climate change and its role as a catalyst for innovation Read

Greenstone Carbon Management

Meeting the challenge of climate change - managing carbon in the corporate and public sectors Read

Giraffe Innovation

Giraffe has extensive experience in delivering a wide range of sustainably driven projects to global organisations, small business and government clients Read

Energy - A global fusion

As the ITER Fusion Energy Project gets underway, Dan Mistry of the UK Atomic Energy Authority looks at the opportunities it presents for UK companies. Read

Grid Computing now KTN

Grid Computing has come a long way from its roots in the research community to playing a key role in the computing models of the future. Read

From Invention to Innovation

The Electronics KTN launch the Innovation Management Academy Read

Cyber Security KTN

Tackling the threat of electronic crime to make our cyber society safer Read

Supporting Life Sciences

London is a major bioscience hub. Dr Tony Jones, Director of Biotechnology and Healthcare at London First, looks at a new initiatives to help to succeed in the industry Read

Intellect Association for Biometrics

Hugh Carr-Archer, Chairman of the Intellect Association for Biometrics, examines how the biometrics industry is evolving Read

Ploughshare Innovations defence technologies

Ploughshare Innovations defence technologies for civilian applications: providing expert commercialisation services to government. Read

The Aerospace and Defence KTN

Aerospace and Defence - Enabling technology through innovative approaches Read

UK's National Science and Innovation Campuses

The creation of the Daresbury and Harwell Science and Innovation Campuses has provided a unique platform for the public and private sector to participate in collaborative science and technology programmes Read

Meeting the global challenge

As the UK's main public funders of basic research, the Research Councils' work spans a range of disciplines both at home and on a global level. Read

Integrated Products Manufacturing KTN

When an organisation faces a specific application, technical or market issues, it is often easy to search out solution providers. This is not so easy, however, when there is no obvious solution to hand Read

Procter & Gamble

Could your innovation become a game-changing deal with Procter & Gamble? Read

UKTI - A world-class business climate

The UK government has built a business climate to attract individuals and companies at the leading edge of their sectors, and UK Trade & Investment is the government organisation that helps them to succeed Read

Taylor Wessing - The cost-saving CEO

by David Kent, Head Of Inward Investment, london, Taylor Wessing Llp, European Law Firm Read

The Institute of Physics

The Institute of Physics: promoting physics supporting physicists Read

Diversity is good for innovation

by Annette Williams, Director, UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology Read

NESTA - Going global

Jonathan Kestenbaum, Chief Executive, NESTA, looks at how the UK is well-placed to be at the heart of the global innovation revolution. Read

SMEs to benefit from TSB fund

£6.5m to be shared among 180 firms to boost innovation Read


Birmingham Science City

A region-wide partnership which applies science and technology to improve the quality of life and prosperity of the West Midlands Read

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The Knowledge Transfer Networks

The Knowledge Transfer Networks are designed to stimulate innovation in the UK economy through higher levels of research and development and knowledge transfer. Read

Innovation Uk

Welcome to the latest edition of Innovation UK, which provides a global platform for the UK's most innovative companies, products, research and Read


NHS National Innovation Centre

NHS National Innovation Centre Read

BMT Defence Services

'Where will our knowledge take you?' Read

St. Helens

The heart of the northwest Read

Baresford & Co

Protecting technology Read

The Kroto Innovation Centre

Tomorrow's technology Read

Enviro21 Innovation Parks

Enviro21 Innovation Parks Read

Edinburgh Science Triangle

Inspired science Read

ITI Scotland

Exceptional CapabilITIes Read

Health technologies KTN

Health technologies KTN Read

Giraffe Innovation Ltd

Giraffe Innovation Ltd, low carbon design and environmental management Read

Science innovation technology

Science innovation technology Read

Procter & Gamble

P&G connect + develop Read

The Economist

The Economist's Innovation Awards Read

NPL - National Phisical Laboratory

NPL - National Phisical Laboratory Read

UK Trade & Investment

UK Trade & Investment Advert Read

Technology Strategy Board

Technology Strategy Board (TSB) Read


Open World Forum

Open Is The Future - Open Innovation - Open Enterprise - Open Society. Read

Low Carbon Best Practice Exchange

supported by Yorkshire Forward. Read

CleanTech Innovation Forum

supported by Yorkshire Forward. Read


Technology Showcase Event Read


International Conference & Expo Read

Instrumentation Technologies for Water Catchments Monitoring


NanoCon 2010

2nd International Conference Read

The Carbon Show 2010

The exhibition for trading, reducing and managing carbon Read

Medical Innovation Forum

UK's premier networking event for all those with an interest in health technologies. Read

Aero Engineering 2010

The Aerospace Engineering Suppliers Fir and Congress Read

The Composites Engineering Show 2010

The UK Design and Manufacturing Showcase Read


The definitive event for a sustainable London Read

RAatE 2010

Advances in Assistive Technology & Engineering Read

Next Generation IED Search and Defeat Capability

Morning Session Read

CDE - Innovation for the Front Line

Innovation for the Front Line Read

Innovate to Survive:

Engineers for a One Planet Future® Read

HiPerNano 2010

Nano-enhanced materials for challenges in Auto and Aero. In partnership with Cranfield University Read

Centre for Defence Enterprise

Influence Through Cyber Space Read

The 2010 Aerospace & Defence KTN Conference

The Three Strands Of Success: Technology, Investment and Engagement Read

Sustainability Live 2010

The event include hundreds of exhibitors,insightful seminars and conferences, interactive feature areas and lots more. Read

World Innovation Convention

Evolution and reinvention are two key elements embedded into the soul of the programme, specially designed to harness ideas and creativity. Read

The Big Idea

Do you have a big idea and want to work with one of the most successful and ethical businesses in the world? Read

The XXI ISPIM Conference

The Dynamics of Innovation Read

2010 iFestival

The 2010 iFestival, the biggest and most diverse programme of innovation themed events in the UK Read


iExpo - boost your business: innovate! Read

Space Technology Needs:

National & European Perspectives Read

The Ministry of Defence - Open for Innovation

Key members of the MOD research and technology community will highlight the various challenges and issues faced by our Armed Forces as well as the opportunity to network. Read

TechConnect World Conference 2010

Five world-class events combine to create an extraordinary week where innovative technology solutions are matched to real world business challenges. Read

Cloud Computing Congress Europe

Cloud Computing Congress is part of the Cloud Computing Series and will also take place in North America in June and Asia in September 2010. Read

The Economist: Redesigning Business Summit

Economist Conferences invites you to sample the fresh thinking that business needs to seize opportunities in a volatile world. Read

Helicopter Rotor Blade Scintillation

The Centre for Defence Enterprise (CDE) is the Ministry of Defence's gateway for UK industry, academia and innovators to help ensure our Armed Forces are best equipped. Read

Commercial R&D with Research Facilities

Access Skills, Technology and Services This event will inform industry how they can advance and diversify their R&D by exploiting these opportunities offered by Research Facilities. Read

Thought Leadership in Trading Technology


Rushlight Clean Technologies Show 2010

This event brings together UK and Irish clean technology companies, investors, corporate customers and advisers to assist in the development and deployment of new technology solutions for a low resource future. Read

Technology Strategy Board: Fighting Infection through Detection

The threat posed by communicable diseases to the health and economic prosperity of the United Kingdom remains a high political priority, especially in times of economic adversity. Read

Catalyst Preparation for the 21st Century


Applied Aerodynamics Conference:

Capabilities and Future Requirements Read

Matador 2010 Conference

This conference was established in 1959, which makes it one of the longest running conferences in manufacturing. Read

Near Space Security Exhibition and Conference


Defence Research 2010

The MOD is offering businesses and organisations the opportunity to deal directly with the entire defence research community through exhibition, networking and sponsorship. Read

SpaceTech 2010:

Technology Solutions from Space Read

Innovation in Higher Education:

Ensuring the UK's Future Prosperity Read

Joint Forces Simulation & Training:

Preparing for Current and Future Military Operations Read

A New Space Age for Britain:

The Future of Britain's Space Economy Read

5th Appleton Space Conference

One day conference with the Minister for Science & Innovation, Lord Drayson, attending and addressing the conference. Read

Innovation Summit: The drivers of successful innovation and the appropriation

As we come out of recession, how can the UK become more competitive? How can we create an effective 'innovation ecosystem' to stimulate growth and wealth creation in the economy? Read

Materials for Extreme Environments

This free seminar is aimed at anyone with an interest in the technologies that will underpin the success of Bloodhound SSC and lead naturally into the Wheatstone Lecture itself. Read

Management of large datasets in the Environmental and Bio-Sciences

Life and environmental sciences workshop. Read

Detection Systems for Biological Threats - Evolving Security Needs and New Technology Solutions

Networking event looking at biological threat and detection technologies needed to stay one step ahead of bioterrorism. Read

Advanced Technology Show

Advanced technologies developed by leading European research organisations Read

Generating Value Through Innovation

A great idea on its own does not make a successful business. Read

Visualising the Future Together

This 4th Annual Showcase will focus on a series of lively presentations and imaging research case studies chaired by industry leaders and NHS innovators Read


The Nano4Energy focus group held its first conference, in association with the Carbon Trust, on: 'Commercialisation of Nano-Enabled Clean Energy'. Read

CleanTech Innovation

A networking platform for individuals involved in the Clean Technology sector. Read


Carbon Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Read

Water Catchments

Institute of Physics, London - New Instrumentation Technologies for Research and Regulation Needs Read

RAatE 2009

Hilton Hotel, Coventry - The only UK conference focused on the latest innovations and developments in assistive technology. Read


Ricoh Arena, Coventry - The UK largest meet-the-buyer event. Read

UK Nanoforum & Emerging Technologies

London Hilton on Park Lane Hotel - In its fourth year running, this year's annual UK NanoForum & Emerging Technologies 2009 comprises a two-day conference and exhibition Read


Coventry's Stoneleigh Park, UK - Hotspot for University Innovation in Photonics Read

Integrating Technologies for low carbon

Hethel Engineering Centre, Norwich - Integration of technologies related to advanced IC engines, transmissions, hybridisation that enable the delivery of the low carbon Read

Armour and Protection Science and Technology Centre

Centre for Defence Enterprise, Start Electron, Harwell - The Centre for Defence Enterprise is the Ministry of Defence's gateway for industry, academia and innovators Read

The CubeSat Opportunity

Chadwick Building, University College London - Instrumentation for hostile environment Read


Cardiff University, Wales - The Centre for Defence Enterprise, in conjunction with Cardiff University and the Welsh Assembly Government, will be holding a seminar 'CDE - Open for Innovation' Read