How should delivery of the Industrial Strategy embrace rural economies?

England’s rural areas in 2017 generated gross value added of at least £246 billion and employ 3.5 million people. In this blog, Professor Jeremy Phillipson and Roger Turner, Rural Enterprise UK, Newcastle University, argue the government's modern Industrial Strategy is focussed on creating growth and opportunities for places all over our country.

Kilo redefinition presents strategic innovation opportunity

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On 20 May, the International System of Units (SI) underwent its biggest overhaul since its establishment in 1875. Four of the seven base units - the kilogram, the ampere, the kelvin and the mole - will now be defined against …

Coventry leads collaborative research and innovation for the Future of Mobility

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Coventry is in the driving seat on understanding and determining the future of mobility in the UK and overseas, as David Wright explains in our latest Industrial Strategy blog.

Passing the Tipp-Ex test when developing Greater Lincolnshire's Local Industrial Strategy

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What makes Greater Lincolnshire unique? In this latest blog, Lizz Shutt, explains how the area's Local Industrial Strategy will embrace new opportunities for the area.

Why collaboration is key for the success of local economies

Nigel tipple from Oxford Local Enterprise Partnership

Collaboration and partnerships across sectors and beyond are key to getting Oxfordshire's economy on the world-stage, argues Nigel Tipple, Chief Executive of Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership.

What does a marshmallow look like in space? Science Minister Chris Skidmore finds out in British Science Week

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Celebrating the achievements and investments of STEM, Science Minister Chris Skidmore writes about his championing of his brief during the 25th annual British Science Week.