Durham University Spinout 'Kromek' Provides Chip for Mars Radiation Detector
Following the successful landing of Curiosity on Sunday evening, technology from California-based NOVA Inc. will be deployed on Mars.
Durham University wins coveted innovation award
Durham University has won the coveted Times Higher Education award for Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology for the development of a clean and scalable alternative for production of graphene – the “miracle” substance of nanotechnology.
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Brian Tanner, Professor at Durham University
Durham University's Professor Brian Tanner has been a pioneer in bringing the worlds of business and academia together, as Peter Jackson discovers.
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Queen’s Award for Durham University Academic
A Durham University academic has been awarded The Queen's Award For Enterprise Promotion, the UK's highest accolade for business success, for his work in promoting enterprise and business in the North East.
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Businesses and Universities must collaborate, say experts
An event in Durham last week has united representatives from business and academia, in a bid to foster collaboration to drive UK innovation and growth.
Traditionally there has been a disconnect between universities and the needs of the business community, but in the past decade both have realised the benefits of working together to benefit the economy as a whole.
New forum set to forge innovation between universities and industry
Durham University is part of new scheme to bring together leading scientists from northern research intensive universities with senior figures from industry.
The Industry Innovation Forum (IIF), led by the N8 Research Partnership, aims to forge new collaborations and drive innovation, competitive advantage and growth.