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Proof of Concept Funding - have your say

Innovate UK is carrying out a review of proof of concept funding for businesses and academics and  are asking businesses, universities, public sector research establishments, other research...

Biosensors in Agriculture - more sensors people needed

In collaboration with from the Biosciences and Materials KTN teams, we are planning to host a workshop on the use of Biosensors in agriculture. The aim of this workshop is to identify where...

Updated MNT Academic Directory

The latest version of the Micro and Nanotechnology for Sensors Academic Directory is now available. If you feel that you institution is missing from the directory you can complete an online...

Internet of Things cities demonstrator

Innovate UK has an opportunity for funding in its Internet of Things cities demonstrator. Investment of up to £10 million in collaborative R&D projects to support various industries...

A New Open Innovation Competition for Collaboration Launched by Stanley Electric

Stanley Electric, a major optoelectronic component supplier headquartered in Japan, has recently launched a new open innovation programme called S-OPTO, The S-OPTO programme is an open...

Funding opportunities with the Energy Catalyst

Round three of funding opportunities with the Energy Catalyst opens on the 30th April. There are three areas of funding each awarding up to £10m; Early stage feasibility studies, Mid stage...

Sensors and Instrumentation Newsletter - April 2015

  The April 2015 edition of our Sensors and Instrumentation Newsletter is now available for those of you who are not yet on our email list. Click here to access all the latest news,...

Innovation in Wearable Technologies Speed Networking

  Innovate UK, IC tomorrow and the Knowledge Transfer Network are holding an exclusive Wearable technologies speed networking event 20 th ...

Exhibiting Opportunities at the Internet of Things Intelligent Sensing Programme

#ISP42 Overview Sensor devices are everywhere , and will play and increasingly important part in the Internet of Things revolution – indeed, a recent estimate...

Electric/Magnetic Microwave Cavity Sensor Addresses Fluid Monitoring Applications

A novel class of tuneable microwave cavity sensor has been developed within the Department of Physics at the University of Oxford UK and patented with a view to further product development with...

Nanoparticles: Probing the Plasma Threshold

Laser-induced plasma generation in nanoparticles has potential application in fields as diverse as medicine and materials processing. To fully harness this tool, it is important to understand...

Game-Changing Technologies for Aerospace

Innovate UK is to invest up to £10m in collaborative research and development and feasibility studies to accelerate the commercialisation of highly innovative technologies for civil aerospace....

Funding available from the Energy Catalyst

The Energy Catalyst is open to innovative businesses and researchers from any sector who can address the three major challenges facing the energy sector – the energy ‘trilemma’ of: ...

Enhancing customer experience in rail travel

Innovate UK and the Future Railway programme are looking to support business innovation in digital technologies that improve the customer experience in UK and international rail markets. This is...

Creating Smart Products from Smart Materials

Innovate UK and ESRC are looking to fund projects that bring together material suppliers with processing specialists and end users to focus on the challenges of manufacturing and exploiting...

Funding Call - Developing non-animal technologies

Innovate UK, the National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs), the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), the...

Self-forming liquid metal just like a TERMINATOR emerges from China lab

Scientists in China say they have developed a way to manipulate liquid metal substances into self-assembling shapes and forms. The researchers, working out of Tsinghua University and the...

Oxsensis and Surrey Space win Airbus Defence and Space Innovation Prize with step change in temperature sensing for space propulsion

Oxsensis wins the Airbus Defence and Space Innovation prize in collaboration with Surrey Space Centre in the UK KTN Space Propulsion Innovation competition in London yesterday.The challenge...

Wearable Electronics Bring New Bright Opportunities for Sensors After Smartphones and Tablets

LONDON -- The wearable devices space is viewed as the next goldmine of opportunity for sensor manufacturers as profits shrink in the smartphone and tablet segments. Further, the sensor landscape...
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New Opportunities for Agritechnology: Developing Engineering Solutions for the Horticulture and Potato Food Chain

Friday 19th July 2013, Begbroke Science Park, Oxford, OX5 1PF, 9.00-15.00 The Technology...

Wearable sensor maps disaster areas in real time

A sensor that digitally maps the area through which the wearer is moving, in real time, has...

International conference on global sensor developments in the water cycle

September 9 -10, 2013 - Assen, The Netherlands The Sensors4Water conference is...