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Innovation - Materials Science - 09:09
GEIC partner Watercycle Technologies secures funding for lithium extraction process
GEIC partner Watercycle Technologies secures funding for lithium extraction process
Watercycle Technologies, a spin-out from The University of Manchester, has secured initial funding for an innovative technology that uses advanced graphene-based membranes and systems to extract lithium and other minerals from brines and water solutions.

Innovation - 20.05.2022
Volunteers with knee osteoarthritis wanted to test if smartphone app can improve symptoms
Volunteers with knee osteoarthritis wanted to test if smartphone app can improve symptoms
Health researchers at Bath want participants to help them evaluate the effectiveness of a new lifestyle app, iKOALA, to help manage knee osteoarthritis. People living in the South West who have knee pain or osteoarthritis are being asked to come forward being led by researchers at the University of Bath and UWE Bristol in collaboration with the charity Versus Arthritis.

Economics / Business - Innovation - 12.05.2022

Transport - Innovation - 11.05.2022
UK public want self-driving cars to be labelled
UK public want self-driving cars to be labelled
Nearly nine out of 10 (86%) people in the UK want self-driving vehicles to be labelled so they can be clearly distinguished from human-driven vehicles, according to a major new survey led by UCL researchers. The research team surveyed 4,860 members of the British public in late 2021 about their attitudes to self-driving vehicles.

Computer Science - Innovation - 10.05.2022

Economics / Business - Innovation - 06.05.2022

Innovation - Materials Science - 20.04.2022
GEIC partner community strengthens with arrivals and renewals
GEIC partner community strengthens with arrivals and renewals
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre's ecosystem for industrial engagement continues to grow with more Tier 2 partners being added to the roster in recent weeks, while existing partners have also committed to the facility by renewing terms for another year.

Physics - Innovation - 19.04.2022
Cardiff joins Quantum Photonics project
Researchers at Cardiff University are joining a project that aims to create a library of standardised Quantum Photonics components that can speed up mass fabrication.

Research Management - Innovation - 04.04.2022
How scientists can avoid power imbalances when collaborating across global divides
How scientists can avoid power imbalances when collaborating across global divides
Health research projects funded by UK Aid are a great way to bring new tech to the world's most underserved populations, but ethical guidance is needed too. Health research project are a great opportunity to bring innovative technologies to the world's most underserved populations, but funding must be accompanied by appropriate ethical guidance if collaborations are to avoid power imbalances and build long-term community engagement.

Innovation - Career - 22.03.2022

Innovation - Environment - 21.03.2022
Being Brave - Innovative Solutions to Public Food Procurement
Greater Manchester has resolved to become carbon-neutral by 2038.

Social Sciences - Innovation - 17.03.2022
IWA joins society’s ’Superlab’
Spark - the UK's new societal 'superlab'. The Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA) brings together experts from all backgrounds to conceive ambitious and informed ideas which secure political commitments to improve democracy, public services and our economy.

Innovation - Campus - 15.03.2022

Innovation - Pedagogy - 15.03.2022

Innovation - Campus - 07.03.2022

Economics / Business - Innovation - 04.03.2022

Physics - Innovation - 04.03.2022

Innovation - Economics / Business - 03.03.2022
University of Glasgow lends support to SP Energy Networks net zero projects
Researchers from the University of Glasgow are lending their support to three new projects led by SP Energy Networks to to help tackle some of the UK's biggest and most complex network challenges.

Innovation - Social Sciences - 28.02.2022
CaDiR / Innovation Clubs Showcase
CaDiR / Innovation Clubs Showcase
On 10th November 2021, we hosted the CaDiR / Innovation Clubs Showcase Event. Our speakers gave an overview of each club and projects, facilities and potential collaboration opportunities between the clubs and Digital Futures themes.

Innovation - Health - 21.02.2022
Cambridge spin-out receives European Innovation Council grant to develop cancer imaging technologies
Cambridge spin-out receives European Innovation Council grant to develop cancer imaging technologies
Spin-off company Cambridge Raman Imaging Ltd. and the Cambridge Graphene Centre will lead 'CHARM' project, recently awarded with ¤3.2 million Andrea Ferrari The European Innovation Council (EIC) has awarded the first Transition Grant to Cambridge's Department of Engineering.

Physics - Innovation - 18.02.2022
University of Glasgow physicists set to lead international quantum network
Physicists from the University of Glasgow have won a grant to establish an international network of researchers who will find new applications for an emerging field of quantum physics.

Civil Engineering - Innovation - 18.02.2022
Changing the shape of floors could cut concrete usage by 75 percent
Changing the shape of floors could cut concrete usage by 75 percent
Swapping solid slab floors for a -thin shell- vaulted alternative could help the construction industry towards its net-zero targets A new vaulted style of floor uses 75% less concrete than a traditional flat slab floor and could help the construction industry reduce its carbon footprint.

Campus - Innovation - 17.02.2022
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