Research to industry electronics conference: R2i2
Opportunity for the UK’s electronics industry, research & development companies and institutional research centres to meet, review and discuss the best of the nation’s academic electronics research projects.
Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition
The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition is an annual display of the most exciting cutting-edge science and technology in the UK.
DE2013: Open Digital - The Fourth Annual Digital Economy All Hands Meeting
Following the success of the three previous Digital Economy 'All Hands' events (Digital Futures 2010, Digital Engagement 2011 and Digital Futures 2012) we are pleased to announce the fourth annual meeting of the growing Digital Economy community.
UK Town Hall Meeting on the Future Earth initiative
Members of the research, public sector, private sector and civil society communities are invited to come and discover more about the new Future Earth initiative at the UK Town Hall Meeting, to be hosted by The Royal Society and The British Academy.
CHIST-ERA Strategic Conference 2013
This annual conference brings together ICT researchers from across Europe and European research funders with the aim to identify promising scientific and technological challenges for the upcoming CHIST-ERA Joint Call.
Light Metals Technology Workshop
A workshop tackling industry issues and challenges relating to aluminium and magnesium. It will highlight the latest developments from LiME and LATEST2, two leading UK research centres.
EPSRC Exhibit at Big Bang Fair
EPSRC is a supporter of the Big Bang Festival and will be displaying an exhibit which demonstrates exciting Advanced Materials.
The academic response to the rail strategy
This event will tease out the content of an academia-led RRUKA living position paper called 'Academic research support for the RTS', which will be developed shortly after the event and updated annually as research develops and industry needs evolve.
Introducing the Rail Technical Strategy
The Railway Technical Strategy (RTS), which outlines the strategy to meet rail future technical needs, will be published in December 2012. This informative briefing will be addressed to academics interested in learning more about it.
How safe will tomorrow's railway be?
The workshop will aim to identify specific areas where the rail industry could fund further research and development and ultimately how to improve rail's ability to predict future risks.