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

A new government service allowing start-ups to jointly register their company and register for tax has been used 200,000 times.

A recent note from the “managing authority” (DWP) on the current Government undertaking:

All government funded home chargepoints for electric vehicles must use innovative ‘smart’ technology from July 2019, the government announced on 14 December, fulfilling the commitment in the Road to Zero Strategy published earlier this year.

There is up to £150 million for innovative aerospace projects in a series of regular calls for ideas.

Innovate UK  is planning to invest up to £2.5m in business led collaboration between UK and Canadian partners to develop and de-risk pre-commercial technologies or commercially viable products and services across High Value Manufacturing (HVM).

Michael, a new £1.6 million supercomputer funded by the Faraday Institution, has been installed at University College London to accelerate UK battery research projects. The state-of-the-art technology will allow researchers to speed up time-scales on running battery simulations, reducing what could take weeks to just less than 24 hours.

Businesses can apply for a share of up to £1.5 million to support real-world testing of new medical devices, diagnostics and technologies in the NHS.

Projects have received funding to apply human-centred design to understand user needs and create new immersive experiences and products. Immersive experiences like virtual, augmented and mixed reality could transform how we interact with the world – from advertising to film, music and museums. To ensure these experiences meet customer needs, […]

New orders growth eased among small and medium-sized (SME) manufacturers in the three months to October, as domestic orders flat-lined, according to the latest quarterly CBI SME Trends Survey.