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Infrastructure Systems Competition from InnovateUK

Innovate UK, in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network will be hosting a series of events across the UK to discuss the forthcoming competition ‘Infrastructure Systems’.    Infrastructure forms the backbone for economic stability, growth, competitiveness and productivity in modern society and is key for social wellbeing and environmental sustainability. Yet these...
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Three consortia projects selected for road trials of driverless vehicles in Greenwich, Milton Keynes, Coventry and Bristol

4 December 2014 - Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced in yesterday’s Autumn Financial Statement that Greenwich, Milton Keynes and Coventry (working together as one project) and Bristol will be the locations for three successful consortia that have been selected by InnovateUK for its Introducing driverless cars to UK roads competition. The three consortia will involve...
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Government launches Smart Cities Forum - to promote a $40 billion opportunity for the UK

The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) has announced it will establish a Smart Cities Forum, chaired by Universities and Science Minister David Willetts and Cities Minister Greg Clark, plus representatives from cities, business, and scientists, to help ensure the UK does not miss out on the opportunities offered by smart cities. BIS also published a  Smart...
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Bristol announced as European Green Capital for 2015 in recognition for its transport and energy plans

Bristol has been awarded the title of European Green Capital 2015, by EU Environment Commissioner at an Award Ceremony hosted by the current European Green Capital, Nantes, on Friday evening . The award was presented by Janez Potočnik in recognition of the city's investment plans in the areas of transport and energy. Its communication and social media strategy were also highlighted...
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Bristol, Brussels, Glasgow and Ljubljana shortlisted for European Green Capital 2015

This cities of Bristol and Glasgow, plus  Brussels and Ljubljana have been chosen as four finalists of the European Green Capital 2015 Award organised by the European Commission. The European Green Capital Award is an annual prize that goes to one city, singling out its environmental performance. Bristol, Brussels, Glasgow and Ljubljana have been shortlisted from 8 entries...
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Infrastructure Systems Competition from InnovateUK

Innovate UK, in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network will be hosting a series of...

Three consortia projects selected for road trials of driverless vehicles in Greenwich, Milton Keynes, Coventry and Bristol

4 December 2014 - Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced in yesterday’s Autumn...

Government launches Smart Cities Forum - to promote a $40 billion opportunity for the UK

The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) has announced it will establish a...

Bristol announced as European Green Capital for 2015 in recognition for its transport and energy plans

Bristol has been awarded the title of European Green Capital 2015, by EU Environment...

Bristol, Brussels, Glasgow and Ljubljana shortlisted for European Green Capital 2015

This cities of Bristol and Glasgow, plus  Brussels and Ljubljana have been chosen as four...