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The Chancellor has used his Spring Statement to confirm that the government will publish the result of its consultation into the prevention of abuse of the R&D tax relief scheme for SMEs “in the coming months”.

The winners of the 2019 Women in Innovation awards were announced recently, on International Women’s Day. The awards are part of Innovate UK’s Women in Innovation campaign, which aims to encourage female-led innovation and help women achieve their business ambitions.

Innovate UK and Oxfordshire County Council have up to £250,000 for organisations to help develop a traffic management system that can accommodate both traditional vehicles and new mobility technologies throughout Oxfordshire.

At a recent Research & Development Consultative Committee, the Treasury representatives confirmed that there has been a sharp increase in identified fraudulent claims within the gross domestic expenditure on R&D.

New orders growth remained subdued among small and medium-sized (SME) manufacturers in the three months to January, with sentiment worsening notably further, according to the latest quarterly CBI SME Trends Survey.

Business Secretary Greg Clark recently announced measures for the UK to become a world leader in the race against some of the most damaging cyber security threats.

Innovate UK has up to £6 million to support organisations to work with partners in Europe and beyond to advance disruptive technologies – from tiny, micro and nano electronic devices to the next-generation 5G network.

Innovative new projects set to receive government investment to help businesses make better use of technology and modern management practices.

The Oxford-based artificial intelligence company is testing autonomous vehicles on UK roads thanks to a project funded by Innovate UK.

Cern has published its ideas for a £20bn successor to the Large Hadron Collider, given the working name of Future Circular Collider (FCC).