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Updated: 10 ways the South West will be powering the future

Spotlight on: The revolutionary batteries, supercapacitators, voltage optimisers and green energy tech being created in the region
9th November 2017 Read more...

Bristol launches world’s first Quantum Technologies Innovation Centre

Airbus, Boeing, Dwave and Keysight back major £43m centre which could create 9,000 new jobs
8th November 2017 Read more...

67% of teachers across Britain feel under-equipped to teach coding

However training opportunities and new funds in the South West are poised to tackle the deficit
8th November 2017 Read more...

Interview: The rise and rise of the chatbots

Paul Shepherd, chatbot expert from We Build Bots, on what chatbots are being used for today and how they'll be used in the future
8th November 2017 Read more...

Bristol VR Lab gets funding to get underway

£295,000 Local Growth Fund support given to develop one of the UK's first VR and AR experimentation lab for startups and SMEs
7th November 2017 Read more...

Ecotricity to open tech centre in Bristol

And its looking for new developers to work on some exciting connected home projects
7th November 2017 Read more...

Bristol TechFin conference highlights the technology of finance

Leading exerts look at how technologies like AI, blockchain, machine learning and quantum can help banking
6th November 2017 Read more...

Bath-based green energy storage solution to roll-out across Britain

Green Hedge is at the heart of the pioneering project to reduce the UK's reliance on non-renewable energy sources
6th November 2017 Read more...

Thousands dare to disrupt by turning up and tuning in to TEDxBristol

The tech and digital highlights from TEDxBristol, the biggest independent TED movement in the UK
3rd November 2017 Read more...

£39m funding gives Bath-based institute for clean vehicle research the green light

Update: An additional £10m funding means the University of Bath is a step closer to building a world-class Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems
2nd November 2017 Read more...

Bristol-based UX specialists digitally transform Innovate UK funding service

Nomensa led the design-side that proved integral to the government's brand new digital grants application service for the UK's most promising innovators
2nd November 2017 Read more...

IOtecnhics smart Greenhouse demo on Stand at the IOT World Solution Congress

IoTechnics demo smart greenhouse at IoT Solutions World Congress

The Cheltenham-based internet of things consultancy headed to the world-leading conference in Barcelona to show off its smart buildings tech
2nd November 2017 Read more...

World-leading 3D shoe software designer sets up at Engine Shed

Putting the style into software, Shoemaster International has headed to Bristol to get more involved in its thriving tech cluster
31st October 2017 Read more...

Threads #4: Top tips on preparing for GDPR

Guest blog: Tips from founders, to founders, on how businesses can ensure they're well-prepared for General Data Protection Regulations
31st October 2017 Read more...

TravelLocal network announces new pledge to support those in need

The Bristol-based digital travel agency has partnered with Kiva to help provide life-changing loans to entrepreneurs and those in poverty around the world
31st October 2017 Read more...

Mind Doodle is live mind mapping TEDxBristol

Guest blog: Mind Doodle's Tess Coughlan-Allen on how mind-mapping can enrich the way TedXBristol audiences interpret key messages
30th October 2017 Read more...

Man holding money wondering whether to take it

The Grants Ninja says “No!”

Guest blog: Michael Youngman on why sometimes choosing not to apply for funding can be the most sensible option
30th October 2017 Read more...

South West tech and digital events roundup – November 2017

Highlighting some of the best tech-related events, meetups and more each month in and around Bristol and Bath
30th October 2017 Read more...

Join BathJS in new series of blockchain hacks

The free meetup for Bath-based JavaScript enthusiasts wants to help local developers understand blockchain better
27th October 2017 Read more...

Bristol researchers bridge the gap between music and engineering with robotic harp

Structural data collected from the Clifton Suspension bridge has been used to develop a musical harp installation
27th October 2017 Read more...