The DigitalHealth.London Accelerator programme is looking for start-ups and SMEs.
Diverging from European rules governing the use of chemicals in products and manufacturing processes risks creating additional cost and complexity.
techUK has urged the government to cut the red tape associated with the export of communications equipment and components.
The National Infrastructure Commission has launched a Call for Evidence on the potential impact of technology on infrastructure.
Digital Europe have today released an industry position paper entitled ‘Making the rules fit for the digital world’.
Vehicle Technology and Aviation Bill provides clarity on key liability concerns for autonomous vehicles.
Digital transformation is key to new Prisons and Courts Bill.
Geoff Smith, Managing Director at Experis, gives his views on how companies can protect themselves from cyber threats
Overview of the previous year's contract law cases and applying the lessons to be learned in an easy to understand way
After industry consultation decision is made not to enable Local CAD Pairing through smart meters.
81% of consumers with a smart meter would recommend the device to others.
News on where developers can get information on API standards
A speech from EBA chairperson has given some details on final changes to RTS for PSD2.
Draft Spaceflight Bill launched with the intention of enabling licensing of UK space ports, shows Government commitment
This week, techUK have set out seven recommended outcomes for promoting Innovation, Digital Technologies and Development for G20.
A new report on the startup ecosystem in the UK and its lessons for India’s developing startup scene has been launched today by FICCI, partnering with techUK
Europe’s latest trade deal offers new opportunities, but chooses not to cover data flows
Emma Fryer muses on Brexit in preparation for DataCentreWorld where she will explore the implications for the UK data centre sector on the 15th March.
Our Head of Public Affairs explores how tech can support the Industrial Strategy’s aim to cultivate world-leading sectors.
The slides from the UK Spectrum Policy Forum meeting focusing Regulatory frameworks & Spectrum for 5G
Councils are invited to bid for one-off funding of up to £50,000 for projects that seek to use tech to improve adult social care outcomes and deliver financial savings
On Wednesday 15th techUK’s Defence SME Council held a panel discussion session to discuss the progress that had been made with MOD’s SME Policy Refresh (March 2016)
techUK joins forces with international tech voices to make recommendations to G20 countries that will unlock growth, development and job creation
Government’s Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) rollout of superfast broadband has reached 4,309,668 premises
Minutes taken from February's meeting of techUK's Distributed Ledger
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