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ARMAR – the key to cost reductions in Manufacturing?

Recent technology advances have spawned new software systems to assist in product maintenance in Manufacturing.

Emerging Technologies within the Food & Drink Industry

Recent innovation by SMEs and academia has led to several exciting new material developments with implications for a wide variety of different industries.

The future of car technology

We look at the key trends and R&D potential in upcoming cutting edge automobile technology.

Antibiotic Resistance: A Return to the Medical Dark Ages?

What images spring to mind when you consider healthcare in the middle ages?

Pregnancy Brain – fact or fiction??

There are conflicting views on the effects of pregnancy on the human brain and impact to cognitive skills, such as memory, attention and executive functioning.

Have your cake, and eat the packaging, too.

Recent developments in Food Packaging Science could open up major opportunities for manufacturers, some of which will qualify for R&D tax relief.

The impact of “Industry 4.0” on Research & Development Tax Credits.

Industry 4.0 could open up major opportunities for manufacturing, some of which might qualify for R&D tax relief.

IoT and the Factory of the Future

Today’s western economies are no longer the place of grimy smokestacks and oily rags. These have long gone, and the UK, like many other countries, has gone through a period of significant deindustrialisation in recent decades.

The new frontiers of prosthetics

The challenges for research and development in the field of prosthetics continue to expand, particularly in the areas materials used for their construction.

Games that could learn to beat you

Generally, Artificial Intelligence (AI) may be defined as that intelligence exhibited by machines. In the research field of computer science, it is defined as the study of ‘intelligent agents’; namely, any device that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximises its chance of success at a particular goal.

Electricity gets Smarter

The electricity system is being transformed by some of the strongest forces it has experienced since the invention of the electromagnet. These forces are converging to completely disrupt how we generate, manage and use electricity in today’s modern world.

The Great British Space Race

The Space Race is credited to have encouraged the highest rate of research and growth the world has ever known. It is said that the state of technology advanced ten-fold, and this contribution is recognised as a key factor in revolutionising industries far and wide.