Funded by UK Research and Innovation, the UK’s National Quantum Computing Centre (NQCC) will help place the UK at the forefront of this transformative new technology.
Malachy Devlin joins the Harwell based company to build the business and its reputation as the premier provider of high throughput multi-beam scanning antenna systems.
The BMW project in Oxford is centred around developing a long-distance electric vehicle EV battery that will rival the range of internal combustion engines.
Its Didcot film studio will now expand into a new 4673 sq m facility at the former Harmsworth Printing Building in Didcot after securing planning consent.
More than 100 members of the public were able to schedule demonstration rides in a fleet of six Ford Mondeo vehicles across a five-mile urban route in London Greenwich.
The powerful, torque dense, compact and robust motors can be easily integrated into lightweight zero-emissions vehicles, including scooters, motorcycles, rickshaws and micro-cars.
Refactr’s entire team of developers and engineers have joined Sophos, which will continue to develop and offer Refactr’s platform to their existing and growing base of partners and organizations.
The Silicon Anode Battery for Rapid Electrification (SABRE) project will develop battery cells with higher energy density in response to the demand for increased EV driving range.
The two-day virtual festival will celebrate the tech industry, create connections amongst tech innovators and help companies foster diversity and gender balance in the industry.
The Major Project Award from the Royal Academy of Engineering was presented in recognition of delivering a major engineering project which has a substantial impact on society.
More than 160 skilled new roles for scientists and engineers will be created at the company’s headquarters at the Milton Park scientific hub near Oxford over the next three years.