AIRTO welcomes the government’s pledge to protect science and research post-Brexit

We welcome additional funding to support UK participation in Horizon 2020, but we are calling on government to further leverage the Innovation, Research and Technology sector to boost our capacity to deliver R&D services for international industry.

Prime Minister hails ‘world-leading’ fusion research at Culham

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited Culham to make his first major science policy announcement.

AIRTO welcomes the entire Catapult Network into membership

The Catapults form a network of world-leading technology and innovation centres designed to transform the UK’s capability for innovation and help drive future economic growth.

LGC opens new office in Shanghai

LGC is pleased to announce the opening of new office in Shanghai, which will serve as its headquarters in China.

Earlham Institute develops machine learning platform with growers for crop optimisation

Researchers work with growers to develop machine learning platform, AirSurf-Lettuce to help categorise crops in fields.

Her Majesty The Queen visits NIAB

NIAB welcomed Her Majesty The Queen to Cambridge on Tuesday 9th July with a celebration of 100 years of crop science.

AIRTO recognises excellence in innovation

Dr Mike Short CBE, Chief Scientific Adviser at the Department for International Trade addressed guests at AIRTO Annual Dinner & Special Recognition Awards 2019 on 27 June.

AIRTO is pleased to announce a new Vice President

Learn more about Steve Yianni FREng

AIRTO’s letter to the government – 2019 Comprehensive Spending Review

We are calling for key policy interventions for investment in R&D and innovation

AIRTO is pleased to confirm new member appointment to its Board

The Oil & Gas Technology Centre’s Nicola McIntosh is joining our Board with immediate effect.