Lose Face or Lose Out – MSC R&D’s Dan Smith comments.
Whether you’re 7 years old and getting help with your homework, desperate for independence and making use of the bank of Mum & Dad, or sitting on the Board of Directors and drawing on third party specialists: there’s nothing wrong with accepting assistance.Read More
KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER PARTNERSHIP as the most effective route to innovation!
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) have been helping companies innovate and grow in the UK for the last four decades – but there are still many businesses yet to explore the huge benefits it can deliver. Part-funded by a grant, the KTP scheme supports UK companies to engage with universities and recruit highly motivated research associates, […]Read More
Horizon programmes backtrack or best bet?
Whatever your political colour and views on Europe; industry and academia agree that international collaboration in R&D is vital to the future of the British economy. European Framework programmes and Horizon 2020 have been the backbone of support for industrial R&D for the last 40 years and highly effective partnerships have been established. Indeed, it […]Read More
€146 million for market-creating innovations
The European Innovation Council (EIC) supports top-class innovators, entrepreneurs, small companies and scientists with bright ideas and the ambition to scale up internationally. The SME Instrument and Fast Track to Innovation are now strands of the EIC pilot. The 64 projects are to receive €110 million under the SME Instrument Phase 2 to speed up […]Read More
MSC R&D at Automechanika Birmingham 2018
MSC R&D is attending Automechanika 2018, the UK’s leading exhibition for the automotive aftermarket and vehicle production sector, at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham from the 5th to 7th June to review the latest trends and technology. The automotive industry is a key part of the UK economy accounting for more than £77.5 […]Read More
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