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Dissolving seaweed sauce sachets and technology inspired by a suckerfish to remove plastics from rivers are among 11 innovative projects to win the backing of a £4 million government fund to clean up the environment
Recently the UK government warned that the European Aviation Safety Agency may cease accepting UK aircraft engineering licenses after the official Brexit deadline. This could impact how employable UK engineering graduates are, as well as damage the economy
A £7m investment in research will help Cardiff University scientists play a key role in developing cleaner, greener industrial processes
The efforts of Cabinet Office Minister Oliver Dowden concerning new measures designed to address the issue of late payments in government contracts and to “level the playing field” for small firms looking to bid for work are discussed here by Open Access Government
European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy, Miguel Arias Cañete is at the centre of efforts to develop a long-term plan to create a greener, cleaner and more sustainable economy across the European Union (EU), as this probing analysis from Open Access Government discovers.
The economy of the European Union (EU) is currently doing quite well. We are most likely at the end of an expansionary phase of the business cycle, average incomes have risen above pre-crisis levels and the average unemployment rate of EU member states is down to 7% from almost 11% in 2013
The Scottish Secretary, David Mundell, will be joined by other UK Government cabinet ministers in Edinburgh in a show of support for Scottish festivals and to celebrate the international profile and significant economic boost they bring
The UK has been listed as one of the tech powerhouses of the world, employing more than 1.64 million people and producing a whopping £170 billion a year. So with things looking up for the sector, why is turnover so high?
Steve Shirley, Vice President of Public Sector at Mastercard provides insight into using data analytics to create new opportunities for local authorities
Bev Hurley, Chair of the Institute of Economic Development (IED) argues that now is the time to “include the excluded” and ensure their full participation in economic growth
Eva Maydell MEP, Group of the European People’s Party (Christian Democrats) shares her interesting views on the future of Europe, focussing on its most symbolic element, the Euro
Cllr Peter Box, Chair of Key Cities takes the stance that mid-sized cities are key to inclusive growth in the UK
Science Minister Sam Gyimah, will appear as an avatar on the Twitter channel for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy — on a fortnightly basis — to promote the government's work into science, research and development as part of the modern Industrial Strategy.
Taylor declares zero-hours contracts can be positive at Peninsula’s annual HR and business leaders’ forum
A very warm welcome to this exciting May 2018 Blockchain Innovation publication
A £15 million waterpark in Rhyl has been named SC2 and will form a major part of the waterfront development in the town
Lawrence Conway, Institute of Economic Development (IED) board member and Chief Executive of South Lakeland District Council, shares his views on the UK Industrial Strategy and asks if it is fit for the future
Paddy Bradley, Director of Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership details the SWLEP’s Strategic Economic Plan 2016-2026, which identifies five strategic objectives to prioritise future investment. The role of the Local Enterprise Partnership in driving the economy of Swindon & Wiltshire is placed firmly under the spotlight here
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are the driving force of the European economy and have huge potential to contribute to its development.
The Chancellor’s pro-technology Spring Statement is “enormously encouraging” for the financial sector, affirms the boss of one of the world’s largest independent financial services organisations