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Creating a network of digital pathology, imaging and AI centres
Up to £50 million is available to establish centres of excellence in digital pathology and/or medical imaging with artificial intelligence (AI).
IP is a significant contributor to the Government’s Industrial Strategy
Intellectual property will be critical to delivering the Government’s Industrial Strategy goal relating to research and development.
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Helping the UK’s manufacturing sector to innovate
KTN's Head of Manufacturing, Ben Peace, reflects on the his teams initiatives to help innovation in manufacturing and how they can help your business.
KTN issues new report on UK Packaging Industry
KTN have released a new report entitled ‘The UK Packaging Industry – A Strategic Opportunity: A Landscape Review and Technology Roadmap Report’.
Knowledge Transfer Partnership helps optical and photonics business Qioptiq to grow
Knowledge Transfer Partnership helped optical and photonics business to win £83m MoD contract to service night vision equipment and open new facility.
The Faraday Institution workshops to establish Wave 2 priorities
A series of workshops is being planned by The Faraday Institution, the UK’s independent research institute for electrochemical energy storage research
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