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Extreme EV platform from Williams Advanced Engineering could slash development timescales 

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30 September 2022

An extreme performance new electric vehicle (EV) platform from Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) could cut development timescales for high-end cars by an entire year.

Apollo Protocol calls for common language across digital twins 

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29 September 2022

The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), along with other leading organisations in the manufacturing, tech and built environment sectors, have published a paper calling for a common language across digital twins – which currently doesn’t exist and means sectors are working in silos.

Decarbonising energy system by 2050 ‘could save world $12 trillion’ 

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28 September 2022

Decarbonising the global energy system by around 2050 could save the world at least $12 trillion, according to a new study.

ICE reconfirms commitment to anti-racism with updated toolkit 

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27 September 2022

The ICE has published a second version of its Anti-Racism Toolkit demonstrating its ongoing commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI).

University of Edinburgh - Edinburgh astronomers find most distant galaxy 

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26 September 2022

Early data from a new space telescope has enabled Edinburgh astronomers to locate the most distant galaxy ever found.

Energy cost crisis ‘threatens net zero investment’ 

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25 September 2022

Soaring energy costs are threatening industrial ‘net zero’ efforts, a new survey has found, risking a slowdown in the transition to low- and zero-carbon energy.

University of Strathclyde - Scotland at forefront of ‘gamechanger’ €6m project to improve bowel cancer diagnosis 

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23 September 2022

Scottish health researchers are at the forefront of a new £6m project to make Artificial Intelligence-assisted capsule endoscopy a part of future bowel cancer diagnostics.

University of Glasgow -£1M INVESTMENT IS BREATH OF FRESH AIR FOR UofG NEBULISER SPINOUT 

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20 September 2022

A University of Glasgow spinout which aims to create more effective methods of treating lung diseases has secured a £1m grant from Innovate UK.

EI -Octopus unveils UK onshore wind repowering plans and invests in world’s largest offshore wind farm 

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18 September 2022

Octopus Energy Generation and wind turbine manufacturer EWT are planning to repower up to 1,000 existing onshore wind turbines in the UK in a bid to help boost energy security.

IOM3 - Australia's first lithium sulphate plant to supply UK 

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17 September 2022

Alkemy Capital Investments plc will build a lithium sulphate plant at Port Hedland, Australia’s largest export port located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

IES pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth 

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14 September 2022

IES Council have published a tribute to Queen Elizabeth

IOM3 -New funding award focused on sustainable materials innovation 

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14 September 2022

The Henry Royce Institute is inviting businesses of all sizes, as well as approved public research organisations, to collaborate with it on a new initiative.

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