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Collaboration is key for the future of healthy ageing
David Calder, Knowledge Transfer Manager for Life Sciences, discusses how collaboration between sectors is vital for the future of healthy ageing.
Innovation Nation: Monika Dunkel on wearable technology
Wearable tech is entering new frontiers, from implantables to smart fabrics. Our latest podcast looks at emerging trends.
The acid test
How to make sure extra virgin olive oil does what it says on the tin.
Innovation Nation: Terry O'Neill on advances in healthcare
Our population's needs are changing. How is health care keeping up?
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence for UK Textile Industry: Leading the Circular Economy
Find out about the role Artificial Intelligence (AI) can play in revolutionising the textile industry, and the need in focusing on circular economy.
ICTDesignEnergyMaterialsChemistryInnovationManufacturingBiotechnology4ManufacturingRemanufacturingIndustrial MathsMaterials SecurityInternet of ThingsAdditive ManufacturingDigital & CreativeElectronic TechnologiesElectronics sensors & photonicsRobotics and Artificial IntelligenceSustainability & Circular Economy...
Tech: the great equaliser
With the announcement of new funding for Women in Innovation, we look at how an interest in tech can be fostered from an early age.
Why food safety isn't just about food
Dr Gavin Milligan of the William Jackson Food Group tells us about how to achieve a safe and efficient supply chain.
Innovation Nation: Bruce McClelland on making cities smarter
From clean energy to connected transport, how can we make cities better places to live?
There’s a huge opportunity for UK manufacturers to adopt robotics and artificial intelligence technologies to improve efficiency. So what’s stopping them?
Jeremy Hadall, Chief Engineer at the Manufacturing Technology Centre(MTC) gives his thoughts on this interesting subject area in a KTN interview.
Innovation Nation: Sally Beken on the positives of plastics
KTN's new podcast series launches with a look at the role plastics play.
Downstream process development of next generation challenging proteins
The Knowledge Transfer Network, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and GE Healthcare Life Sciences (GE), organised an event on downstream processing.
Realising the Opportunities for Med-Tech in the UK
Sue Dunkerton OBE, Director at the Knowledge Transfer Network, was delighted to be invited to chair a panel at the Genesis 2017 Medtech Boardroom.