Has Ada Lovelace’s legacy been able to disrupt the boys club in the last nine years”
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council is ploughing £5.5 million of funding into 11 university projects to improve equality and diversity in the sector.
Manufacturing businesses are being urged to look beyond doom-laden warnings about the impact of Artificial Intelligence on millions of factory jobs and embrace new technology.
We re not equipping kids with the right knowledge and tools to take up a career in tech, according to Wirehive CEO Robert Belgrave. He believes something needs to change.
The UK is in the midst of a digital skills crisis, so recruiting for a tech startup can be really challenging. Here are some pointers to keep in mind if you’re hiring.
The demand for digital skills has clearly outstripped supply. Against the backdrop of political and economic uncertainty, London Tech Week is the ideal time to remind our thriving city to fight to retain the title of Europe’s biggest hub and that it needs to step up efforts to keep its digital darlings.
The CIPD has reported that we are ‘sleepwalking into a low-value, low-skills economy post-Brexit?. Simply put, we don’t have the right skills and it’s produced quite a gap between the UK and other countries.
The year 2016 went down in history as a time of significant change. Before America headed to the polls, Britain shocked the world by voting to leave the EU. In the wake of the decision, there has been little action to note, and we have yet to realise the full impact of Brexit.
Business secretary Greg Clark commits £15m worth of government backing to support the innovation of 125 British R&D projects.
Formula 1 team McLaren has become part of the Innovation is GREAT government initiative, and will feature the campaign’s branding on its cars at the upcoming US and Mexican Grand Prix races.
Kate Hulley, managing director of Boxed Up, a female-led packaging business, unveils exactly what it takes to excel in a male-dominated field.
Stanford Graduate School of Business came to London in 2015 with its Ignite scheme for UK STEM entrepreneurs. The Californian university now returns to the British capital for year two – boasting graduates from ASOS, BP, Marks and Spencer and more.