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Queen’s Award for Enterprise presented to Rocketmakers by representatives of Her Majesty The Queen

At the Rocketmakers office in Bath, staff, friends, and family were joined by the Lord-Lieutenant and Deputy Lieutenant of Somerset for a special presentation ceremony
21st September 2018 Read more...

Bristol is Open championing ‘Smart’ citizens

Unique private network allows for street level testing of scalable experiments
19th September 2018 Read more...

University of Bath and South Gloucestershire Council team up to purchase Bristol & Bath Science Park

The new owners share a vision for the Science Park as a place where science and technology will enable innovation to prosper
18th September 2018 Read more...

Remarkable Lives launches new memory sharing app

Social impact startup is aiming to improve quality of later life, well being and care
18th September 2018 Read more...


Opinion: Innovation must go hand in hand with conscious computing

Technological innovation can help resolve the many problems the world has today. But we need to develop our consciousness at the same time.
17th September 2018 Read more...


First programmable photonic silicon quantum chip

Bristol leads development of a two qubit programmable chip
14th September 2018 Read more...

Isambard ARM supercomputer takes shape

Team develops simulator for world's largest ARM supercomputer
13th September 2018 Read more...

When Automation Goes Wrong

Oggadoon's Emily Perkins points out the flaws in our automated society
12th September 2018 Read more...

SHIFT project creates diverse stock photography

New photos aim to show a diverse tech cluster
12th September 2018 Read more...

Bristol driverless car report challenges business models

VENTURER project comes to an end
11th September 2018 Read more...

Bristol and Bath to lead the way in inclusive innovation and growth

University and business collaboration to receive multi-million investment
10th September 2018 Read more...

How I became a software developer, and what the future of development looks like.

Mike Oram, of Mayden Academy, shares how to break into coding.
7th September 2018 Read more...


Small Businesses and Staffing: An Annual Disaster?

Oggadoon's Emily Perkins shares a few secrets for coping with a staffing time bomb
5th September 2018 Read more...


Interactive Scientific utilising virtual reality for ensemble-based drug design

A pioneering prototype that could improve drug-design workflows using virtual reality has been developed in collaboration with Edinburgh University
4th September 2018 Read more...

Dear E-me: Marketing – how to plan ahead, and stay on plan.

Struggling to get your team to collaborate, and hit important deadlines? Here’s how to plan ahead, and stay on plan:
3rd September 2018 Read more...