October, 2019


Building centres to drive electric revolution: apply for funding

The UK is a world leader in developing the power electronics, electric machines and drives that are fundamental to a global shift to clean technologies and electrification. These technologies are taken to concept level in the UK, but new products... (Continue reading)

Government backs next generation of scientists to transform healthcare and tackle climate change

The next generation of UK scientists have been backed by government today (Thursday 24 October) to develop the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies that will transform how people live and work and help tackle some of the world’s most pressing... (Continue reading)

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£15.4 million funding boost for English fishing industry

Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers, today (24 October 2019) delivered a boost for the English fishing and seafood industry ahead of Brexit by opening applications for £15.4 million from two UK fishing funds. The £14.7 million share of a £37.2 million... (Continue reading)

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UK to partner with Kenyan Fintech companies to increase financial inclusion

UK announces partnership with Kenyan Fintech companies to use technology to increase financial inclusion for low-income and underserved consumers. The Lord Mayor of the City of London Peter Estlin, announced £10 million of UK Aid support towards the Catalyst Fund during a... (Continue reading)

Mayor delivers £25m polluting car fund for low-income Londoners

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has called on ministers to toughen the UK’s targets for reaching legal pollution limits as he delivered his latest measure to reduce London’s harmful air – a £25m ‘scrap for cash’ dirty vehicle scheme... (Continue reading)

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Driving commercial use of quantum technology: apply for funding

Businesses can express an interest in a share of £30 million to tackle barriers to new products and services that exploit latest quantum technologies. New products and services based on the latest quantum technologies could transform the automotive, healthcare, infrastructure,... (Continue reading)

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Gateways to a new level of world class heritage

Caernarfon will be a busy place for Cadw, the Welsh Government’s historic environment service over the next few months and years. As part of their ambitious plans to enhance the visitor experience at Caernarfon Castle’s Kings Gate and Porth Mawr... (Continue reading)

£1 million boost for UK smart waste tracking

Up to £1 million of government funding is being awarded to help tackle waste crime here in the UK and prevent illegal waste from being shipped abroad. Illegal waste activity drains the UK economy of around £600 million every year... (Continue reading)

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£184 million loan funding for urgent hospital upgrades

13 trusts will receive loan funding approved by the Health Secretary to go towards modernising equipment, refurbishing wards and ensuring the safety of NHS buildings. The Health Secretary has today approved £184 million of capital loan funding from the department... (Continue reading)

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Vital new support for young people leaving care

Access to better housing, healthcare and employment opportunities are at the core of a new multi-million pound settlement to improve the life chances of vulnerable young people leaving care. Marking National Care Leavers Week, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has today... (Continue reading)

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