Organisations can apply for a share of up to £20 million to develop game-changing technologies with commercial potential that could lead to UK economic growth.
Innovate UK’s Global Business Innovation Programme, delivered by the Enterprise Europe Network, is organising a second technology visit to South Korea for businesses developing advanced materials for mobility. Key technology areas are composites, light weighting, carbon fibre and high performance materials.
South Gloucestershire’s status as the future for advanced manufacturing has received a £65m boost from the Government, in a move that will ensure the region remains at the forefront of innovation in the sector.
The funding announced on 10 August, will go to the National Composites Centre (NCC), South Gloucestershire’s world-leading institution for composites research and development, which works with leading manufacturers on research into future industrial materials.
The UK’s Department for International Trade invites you to join the Technology Missions to Singapore and Malaysia from 22 – 25 October 2018.
During the missions you will be able to meet and network with local companies and
commercial officers within the Technology sector while also learning about
upcoming opportunities to export your product.
A new collaborative partnership designed to bring forward driverless car technology has been launched.
VENTURER Alliance has been created to continue the pioneering work of the innovative £5m UK government co-funded VENTURER research and development project.
Selected companies will be fully funded to participate in a full programme of activity which will include preparing for the visit, attending the IOT Korea Exhibition and International Conference 2018. Visiting key centres of excellence and meeting South Korean companies with the aim of developing strong international partnerships for future collaboration.
Please note the deadline for application is 26th July 2018 for more information please click links below.
|IoT Week Korea 2018|
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London’s largest crowdsourced festival of tech returns…
London becomes the back drop for a week long festival of tech and innovation once again this June. The festival brings together 55,000 attendees to enjoy hundreds of events taking place across the city. See event listing here.
The boldest festival yet with:
- 300 crowd-sourced, summits, conferences, expos, gala dinners and parties
- 55,000 attendees – converging the London tech scene with International tech enthusiasts
- Showcasing the best of tech and driving change across London
- Headliners including Jimmy Wales, Sir Martin Sorrell, Martha Lane Fox plus many others
We are thrilled that London Tech Week will be returning on 11-17th June 2018 to bring together the rapidly growing tech industry to engage in Europe’s largest festival of live events across the city of London. London Tech Week will build on 2017 to showcase that #LondonIsOpen and is the place to be for where investment meets talent.
A humanoid robot which has been customised by a Bristol firm has made its first national TV appearance – on a discussion about the impact of robots and artificial intelligence.
Pepper, which has been trained to ‘understand’ emotions and was taken on by GWS Robotics in Queen Charlotte Street, will feature on the BBC1’s The Big Question on Sunday [May 27].