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EIT ICT Labs - Idea Challenge 2014

Do you have a vision of how to revolutionise the information and communication technologies of tomorrow? If so, EIT ICT Labs might be able to help. The labs are running their 2014 Idea...

Making Remote Working Secure, Resilient and Reliable. TSB Competition open for entries.

  Remote and home working is becoming more and more commonplace and it offers many advantages especially to the SME community, limiting the requirement for costly office space and...

Digital Policing - £50m fund available

Policing Ministers announces £50m for PCCs to address digital policing need

HPC in H2020

The KTN was pleased to support the National Contact Point for ICT with a recent event on the Horizon 2020 opportunity in High Performance Computing. It brought together speakers from across...

Technology Choices for the Information Economy

How can UK organisations - large and small - best exploit the numerous disruptive factors at work in the information economy? This question is the focus of a study, Technology Choices for the...

Digital innovation Contest – Data

IC tomorrow is offering five businesses up to £25k each to explore digital innovations using a variety of data sources. They are looking for great ideas – innovative commercial solutions that...

Disability projects awarded £1m in funding

Funding has been awarded to eight innovative technology projects that aim to make a real difference to people with disabilities. The funding is part of the Small Business Research Initiative...

MIHealth Forum: Call for “capsules” proposals extended to 28 March

The MIHealth Forum - a leading international event addressing health management and clinical innovation - is still on the lookout for innovative projects  (“capsules”) in the health care...

More than 60% of Britons have received spam texts

An infographic, showing that 64% of Britons have been the victims of spam texts has been published by secure mobile messaging firm Cloudmark.    Their study also indicates...

Former Intellect head to lead European forum on digital entrepreneurship

A new forum, created by the European Commission and dedicated to enhancing digital entrepreneurship in Europe, is to be headed by John Higgins, Director General of the continent's industry...

New MHRE guidance for medical software and app developers

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHPR) this month issued new guidance covering the regulation of software and applications which qualify as stand-alone medical...

Can telehealth bridge the crisis in GP care?

This weekend, the Observer reported that GP services are "under severe threat of extinction" because they cannot cope with the growing demand for care. Increased use of technology such as...

How can we make remote working secure, resilient and reliable?

The Technology Strategy Board (TSB) is investing up to £3.5m in collaborative R&D to help businesses establish secure, resilient and reliable connections with staff who need to work...

Drive to urge kids to early consideration of tech futures

Inspiring kids to pursue a career in a STEM related field is big news this week, with the Department for Business, Innovations and Skills unveiling plans to to teach children as young as 11...

Policy & Strategy in a Global Cyber World

“Governments face hard choices about which risks merit investment,” Kings College Professor and former GCHQ head Sir David Omand told an audience of cyber security professionals and academics...

Twenty-five years of the Web that changed the world

On 12 March, 1989, Tim Berners-Lee proposed an “information management” system to his Cern manager, who scribbled “vague but interesting” on the proposal. It was 18 months later when...

Conclusive UK study finds that mobiles have no adverse health effects

  Eleven years after its instigation, a comprehensive research programme into possible health risks from mobile phone technologies has found no evidence of adverse effects. ...

The mobile cloud, 5G, Big Data, mHealth, Business goes Social and more: ICT KTN pulls out the stops with its seminar programme for CeBIT

New speakers have just been added to the ICT Knowledge Transfer Network’s (ICT KTN’s) comprehensive programme of seminars for leading tech event CeBIT, which takes place in Hannover,...

BBC’s Pat Younge on new media platforms and diversity in broadcasting

Former BBC Chief Creative Officer, Pat Younge, will be talking to Channel 4's Krishnan Guru-Murthy about events during his five-year tenure, and discussing the challenges the industry faces...

Mobile World Congress 2014 shatters previous records

With attendance up by 18% from last year, the GSMA Mobile World Congress, which took place in Barcelona last week, has set a new record for the industry’s premier event.   Almost...
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Horizon 2020: the next steps

Horizon 2020, the EU’s funding program for research and innovation for the next six years,...

Wayra launches new call for digital startups

Wayra, Telefonica’s innovation accelerator, has announced a new call to find digital...

TSB £2m competition for feasibility studies

ICT is one of the focal points of a new Technology Strategy Board (TSB) competition for...