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Birmingham has unveiled a blueprint to attract £1.5 billion of investment to the city over the next three to five years and create up to 50,000 jobs.Read
A female entrepreneur and academic has been appointed as the new head of digital innovation at a Midland university’s research and knowledge transfer arm.Read
Assima UK and NHS South Central are to host a free seminar showcasing the eLearning Content Club, a collaboration of several NHS hospital trusts to increase access to eLearning resources for staff.
A new energy storage R&D centre for the advancement of electric and hybrid vehicle batteries will be based in the Midlands after a £13 million funding deal.Read
The first building of a new development at Birmingham Science Park will be a £1 million ‘living lab’ showcasing the latest in communications technology.Read
What’s the best wine to pair with furred game? An app developed by a Birmingham food lecturer will tell you in an instant, writes Food Critic Richard McCombRead
Car passengers could soon be able to listen to music or watch films beamed through their overhead lighting following a breakthrough by Midlands scientists.Read
Experts in Birmingham have become the first in the country to develop cloud services accredited to sell to the public sector in the UK.Read
A Warwickshire IT company has boosted its export credentials after securing £176,000 worth of business from North America.Read
A rural technology park owned by the ancestors of one of the pioneers of the Industrial Revolution has become one of the first in the region to get high speed broadband.Read
A network that connects people who share the same hobbies has secured £100,000 funding from Birmingham City Council’s Finance Birmingham arm and private investors.Read
Police may be able to predict the future locations of crime – echoing science fiction film Minority Report – according to computer scientists at the University of Birmingham.Read
A Midland firm has raised more than £4.5 million from angel investors in anticipation of its new ultra high quality printer technology.Read
Microsoft has unveiled Surface, a tablet computer to compete with Apple's iPad.Read
Birmingham has reinforced its claim to be Britain’s undisputed digital capital after being given the go-ahead from Europe to invest £10 million in bringing ultrafast broadband to the city.
A hydrogen fuel cell vehicle which was conceived and manufactured in Coventry has been shortlisted for a international transport design award.Read
Sir Peter Rigby has claimed “savvy financial expertise” was behind a record £2.75 billion turnover at Birmingham-based IT group Specialist Computer Holdings.Read
A £3.5 million supercomputing hub is set to help power growth and innovation in the Midlands and London by opening up its vast number-crunching power to local firms.Read
A futuristic hydrogen powered car created by students from Aston University has won one of the top awards at an international environmental motoring challenge.Read
Software firm Delcam has established a new Turkish business to take advantage of one of the world’s most emerging markets.Read
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