January 2018 sector competition: Strand 2 - Emerging and Enabling Technologies
Innovate UK is making up to £19 million available to develop innovations in emerging and enabling technologies.
Home or office-based with some UK travel expected|Full Time
Health and Life Sciences and Emerging and Enabling Technologies Round 4 Competition Briefing Event: Northern Ireland
NIBEC, Ulster University Jordanstown Campus, Shore Road, Newtownabbey BT37 0QB
ICTSpaceDesignEnergyHealthGrapheneChemistryForensicsAgri-foodDiversityAerospaceInnovationAutomotiveUrban LivingManufacturingBiotechnologyCyber SecurityComplex SystemsIndustrial MathsSynthetic BiologyBuilt EnvironmentEnergy HarvestingNon Animal TestingDefence and SecurityQuantum TechnologiesDigital & CreativeElectronic TechnologiesPersonal Data and TrustIndustrial BiotechnologySimulation and ModellingAutonomous vehicles/transportAccess to Funding and FinancePosition, Navigation and TimingElectronics sensors & photonicsRobotics and Artificial IntelligenceSynthetic Biology Leadership CouncilSustainability & Circular EconomyCommercialising Graphene and other 2D Materials...
Connecting Materials: developing networks between innovative companies
Ben Walsh, Innovation Lead – Advanced Materials, Innovate UK, talks about why the UK Government body doesn’t just give out money.
ICTNanoSpaceDesignEnergyHealthGrapheneMaterialsChemistryDiversityAerospaceAgri-foodInnovationAutomotiveManufacturingBiotechnology4ManufacturingComplex SystemsIndustrial MathsBuilt EnvironmentMaterials SecurityMaterials ChemistryDefence and SecurityAdditive ManufacturingInfrastructure SystemsDigital & CreativeElectronic TechnologiesSimulation and ModellingAutonomous vehicles/transportAccess to Funding and FinanceIndustrial Strategy Challenge FundElectronics sensors & photonicsRobotics and Artificial IntelligenceSustainability & Circular EconomyCompound Semiconductors Special Interest GroupCommercialising Graphene and other 2D Materials...
Connected and autonomous vehicles simulation: collaborative R&D
UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £15 million to develop simulation technologies that speed up the deployment of CAV's
Growing the Innovation Business Opportunity - the Solent is Open
The CECAMM Centre - The Isle Of Wight College, Whippingham Road, East Cowes, United Kingdom
Online Webinar: Cyber security academic startups programme - applicant briefing
ICTSpaceEnergyDesignHealthTransportAgri-foodChemistryMaterialsInnovationBiotechnologyManufacturingCyber SecurityComplex SystemsIndustrial MathsBuilt EnvironmentInternet of ThingsDefence and SecurityDigital & CreativeElectronic TechnologiesAccess to Funding and FinanceElectronics sensors & photonicsSustainability & Circular Economy...
Horizon 2020: Information and Communication Technologies (H2020-ICT-2018-2020)
Businesses can apply for a share of €448m in Information and Communication Technologies.
The view from here
Digital technology will be at the forefront of societal change this year.