A new study has estimated that the adoption of health monitoring devices will nearly treble by 2020, exceeding 70 million worldwide, up from an estimated 26 million this year.
Innovate UK has published its Delivery Plan for the year 2016/2017. The government’s official innovation agency said it will invest £561 million in innovation over the next 12 months and take a more “focused and efficient approach” to supporting innovative UK companies.
The Delivery Plan for the year 2016 to 2017 includes:
In a move to further strengthen the UK’s cyber defences, the government has announced that more than £40 million will be spent on a new Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC) at MOD Corsham.
The CSOC will utilise state-of-the-art defensive cyber capabilities to protect the MOD’s cyberspace from malicious actors.
The government said it will invest £1.9 billion over the next five years in protecting the UK from cyber attacks and developing sovereign capabilities in cyber space.
Businesses are invited to apply for a share of £9 million from the Energy Catalyst for innovative projects that solve industry challenges.
Fasset is absolutely delighted to have been awarded RoSPA GOLD for the fourth consecutive year, recognising their ongoing commitment to exemplary occupational health and safety at Langstone Technology Park in Havant.
2016 marks the 60th anniversary of the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards, acknowledging and celebrating excellence in safety performance. These awards, offer organisations the opportunity to prove their dedication to raising and maintaining recognised requirements.
The Digital Catapult has launched an Open Call to select new centres to join its growing UK network.
Greater Manchester, the Midlands and Edinburgh and the Lothians are among 5 areas set to take part in the first ever Science and Innovation Audits (SIAs) – confirmed in the Budget.
Astronomers have identified nine monster stars which are over 100 times the mass of the Sun using the NSAS/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
The discovery of the star cluster named R136 is the largest sample of very massive stars identified to date and has raised many new questions about the formation of massive stars.
Eighteen of Europe's top research institutions from across 11 different countries have joined forces to pool together their know-how and improve research infrastructures within the smart grid sector.
Jaguar Land Rover is investing in a multi-million pound research project that will help future autonomous vehicles drive naturally like human drivers, rather than like robots.
The three-year £5.5 million Move-UK project, which is led by Bosch, will also use this data to help develop insurance policies for future autonomous cars. Insurance experts will provide their expertise on the liability of certain scenarios using the real-world driving data supplied by the fleet of test cars.