Minister Sam Gyimah delivered a speech on the 'importance of international collaboration to research excellence' at a reception co-hosted by Wellcome Trust and the UK Permanent Representative in Brussels.
Led by UK Research and Innovation, Strength in Places Fund (SIPF) is a new competitive funding scheme that takes a place-based approach to research and innovation funding, to support significant regional growth.
The Green Gown Awards UK & Ireland 2018 is open for stage 1 applicants with a closing date of 8 June. They are open to any tertiary education establishment - including all post-16 educational institutions such as colleges, universities and learning and skills institutions. Specific categories are also aimed at student applications and third party applications (such as catering suppliers, waste companies, transport providers, accommodation providers, architects etc. working or partnering with post-16 educational institutions).
UK businesses can team up with a university or research organisation and a graduate to work together on an innovation project.
Up to £40 million of funding is available for businesses to work with an academic or research organisation and graduate on a Knowledge Transfer Partnership.
Lab Innovations, the UK’s only trade show dedicated to the laboratory industry, returns to the NEC, Birmingham, on 31 October & 1 November 2018. Free-to-attend and supported by some of the UK’s top scientific institutions, Lab Innovations is the nation’s largest gathering of laboratory professionals, growing year on year, with almost a third more attendees in 2017.
The Prime Minister gave a speech at Jodrell Back yesterday - June 21 - in which she set out plans for four missions to drive businesses, academia and government to meet the major industrial challenges faced by the UK, and a clear committment to extend international collaboration after Brexit.
Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram (pictured above) hailed the Liverpool City Region as “undergoing a renaissance in science and innovation”, at this year’s Business of Science Conference which took place on Thursday at the Hilton Hotel, Liverpool.
Ambitious new plans set out by the Prime Minister today will see around 22,000 fewer people dying from cancer each year by 2033.
Speaking in Macclesfield today, the PM will use a speech to challenge the NHS, the Artificial Intellifence (AI) sector and health charities to use data and AI to transform the diagnosis of chronic diseases.
The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult will lead a £3 million investment to scale up skills and training in the UK's life sciences industry.
It will create new skills and capabilities to bridge the gap between the regulatory approval of cell and gene therapies and the integration into front-line services.
The funding comes from UK Research and Innovation through Innovate UK
The fourth edition of the UK Tech Nation Report shows that, once again, the UK is the best place to start and grow a digital tech business, with the digital tech sector now worth nearly £184 billion to the UK economy.