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Are you part of the UK’s vertical farming boom?

Food production is one enormous balancing act: an ever-growing population and the necessity of limiting the environmental damage done by food production and distribution. These farming innovators are also considering the extreme weathers caused by global warming, limitations of natural resources and human eating patterns. Developments in different technological fields are being adapted to create [...]

Remarkable recycling: from plastic bottle to prosthetic limb

This is one of the most amazing scientific developments to date. It simultaneously tackles the provision of affordable, durable prosthetic limbs and the environmental issue of using recycled plastic bottles. What is the innovation? De Montford University’s senior Mechanical Engineering lecturer, Dr Karthikeyan Kandan is the leader of this incredible innovation. He has discovered how [...]

Seven ways to improve the R&D Tax Credit system

The Coalition for a Digital Economy (COADEC) recently reported on their research into the UK’s Research and Development Tax relief system with a focus on start-ups. Their summary presents seven recommendations to improve our current procedures, which we are focusing on here. Background Our last blog article contains information about COADEC’s research, including: international comparisons [...]

Do the R&D tax relief regulations need to be overhauled?

New research from the Coalition for a Digital Economy (COADEC) highlights several ways our R&D tax relief system could be improved. Updating definitions of what constitutes R&D and simplifying the administrative burden are two of their key findings. But will the government listen when they present to digital minister, Margot James? Are changes to R&D [...]

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