AIRTO is delighted to welcome the Earlham Institute as a new member

The Earlham Institute is tackling global challenges through life science research.

Gearing up to 2.4%: Growing the UK’s R&D activity

Read our article in this week’s issue of The House magazine, page 30.

Dstl swarming drone hackathon challenge

Developing new and innovative ways to use unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to assist the emergency services to deal with wildfires.

Analysis for Innovators (A4I) competition opens

A4I funding can help boost productivity by solving existing problems in products or processes using novel measurement and analysis techniques.

Campden BRI launches ‘hub’ for advice on Brexit

Campden BRI has launched a centralised information service to help the food industry deal with issues relating to the UK’s exit from the EU.

BRE further strengthens its presence in China

BRE has gained further momentum in expanding its global presence with three new partnership announcements and a momentous BREEAM certification in China this month.

Gearing up to 2.4%: AIRTO launches position statement at Palace of Westminster

On Monday 28 January 2019, AIRTO held a New Year Reception in the Palace of Westminster hosted by Heidi Allen, the Member of Parliament for South Cambridgeshire.

AIRTO responds to Commons Science and Technology Committee on Preparations for ‘No-Deal’ inquiry

Implications of a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit for science and innovation in the UK.

UK scientists and engineers working to reduce food waste in developing countries

Using ideas from advanced space technology to improve the lives of farmers and reduce food waste in developing countries.

AIRTO joins Cyber Security Information Sharing Partnership (CiSP)

A joint industry and government initiative set up to exchange cyber threat information in real time.