Dstl launches Novel Computing collaborative network – register your interest now
Innovate UK KTN are working with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratories (Dstl) under a programme called ‘Analysis for Science & Technology Research in Defence’ (ASTRID) to provide opportunity for Government to access research, analysis and decision support services from the private sector and academia.
The programme we are supporting, the Futures Programme, has been created to ensure the UK is better prepared for the future through activity to identify potential, incubate and rapidly test hypotheses, and promote emerging insights of (beyond) generation-after-next science and technology.
As part of this programme of work, Innovate UK KTN are developing a collaborative network of academic and industry experts and centres of excellence involved in novel computing for Dstl.
If you would like to be included in this network, we invite you to compete the online questionnaire here.
For further information relating to this questionnaire, please contact our Defence & Security specialist, Hazel Biggs.
Commercialising quantum technologies: feasibility studies round 3
Opens: 17/01/2022 Closes: 09/03/2022
Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation, will invest up to £6 million in innovation projects. This funding is from the ISCF Commercialising quantum technologies challenge.