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New Enterprise Fellow featured on the BBC

New Enterprise Fellow Ian Wakeman was featured in a BBC South East Today programme discussing his TribeHive app project

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ERA Foundation winners 2014

A remote system to safely and accurately assess dangerous nuclear accident sites, and a new anti-ageing skin cream applicator, have been awarded the ERA Foundation Award to help the two technologies move out of their UK research labs and become reality.

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Africa Prize

Launch of a major new prize to reward innovation and entrepreneurship in Africa

The UK's Royal Academy of Engineering (the Academy) today announced the launch of the first Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation and called for entries from engineers connected with universities and research institutions in sub-Saharan African countries.

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2014 QE prize nominations open

The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering is a £1 million global award which celebrates the engineers responsible for a ground-breaking innovation in engineering that has been of global benefit to humanity.

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2014 Launchpad

2014 Launchpad competition uncovers UK’s most promising young tech entrepreneurs

HRH The Duke of York presents Royal Academy of Engineering’s JC Gammon Award

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Anti-fraud lasers and inks for transparent electronics

Enterprise Hub Member Damian Gardiner takes centre stage in this news piece on the latest ground-breaking prototypes to emerge from the University of Cambridge’s Electrical Engineering Division

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Africa Prize

Academy launches international innovation prize 2014

In March 2014 the Royal Academy of Engineering will launch the Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, targeted to motivate, recognise and reward innovation and entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa. 27 Jan 2014

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Hermann Hauser: Interactive objects will be big in 2014

BBC video features the Acorn computer inventor discussing a number of ways he believes technology is developing, including robots that can learn to ride a unicycle faster than a human

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Eight technologies move from lab to reality

The eight most promising new technologies developed in UK universities that the Royal Academy of Engineering has identified as having outstanding real-world potential.

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