Overseas students could be worth £12bn a year in higher education fees by 2020, according to analysis of Google search data which shows international interest in British universities growing ten times faster than interest from within the UK.
First it was music, movies and novels, but now everything appears to be at risk of piracy. But with a "Spotify for objects" being set up, is it an opportunity for developers to realise their dreams or is there a big risk of their ideas being taken for nothing?
THE PHRASE “industrial policy” seems to take us back decades, but the concept is back in vogue. Perhaps surprisingly, given history, the coalition chose to preserve Labour’s Technology Strategy Board (TSB) quango.
But the concept is back in vogue. Perhaps surprisingly, given history, the coalition chose to preserve Labour’s Technology Strategy Board (TSB) quango.
A "potentially revolutionary" device to help women during difficult births has come from an unlikely source - a car mechanic from Argentina, who based the idea on a party trick. Apart from having five children of his own, Jorge Odon had no connection with the world of obstetrics. He did however have a talent for invention.
Websites illegally hosting copyrighted content have been targeted by City of London Police. In an operation run by the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU), 61 websites were identified as displaying unauthorised material. They were asked to "correct their behaviour" and "operate legitimately".
The roll-out has begun for Britain's single biggest commercial space project. The London-based Inmarsat company has launched the first spacecraft in what will be a new global telecommunications network for its on-the-move customers. Inmarsat plans to launch up to three further spacecraft in its Ka-band Global Xpress (GX) system, representing an investment of £1bn ($1.6bn).
The Chancellor has announced £90m a year for five years for research collaboration with emerging nations. There is also £10m for a "Higgs Centre" to support high technology business start ups. Funding of £270m to develop a network of quantum technology centres was announced on Wednesday.
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