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Catalytic approach to greywater

Most of you reading this will be lucky enough to have clean water pumped directly into your homes. In the UK, the quality of the domestic water supply is exceptionally high – in most cases, we can drink it directly from the mains supply. But this drinking-quality water is also used fo

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Nanoco upbeat despite big loss

TECHNOLOGY firm Nanoco is optimistic of its future prospects through deals signed with major multi-national manufacturers, but losses nearly doubled last year.Manchester-based Nanoco has been pioneering the production of quantum dots – tiny fluorescent particles of semiconductor

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Nanoco partner to step up production

NANOCO’S business partner the Dow Chemical Company is preparing to build the world’s first large scale quantum dot factory in South Korea that it promises will power millions of televisions and other displays.Manchester-based Nanoco has been pioneering the production of qu

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Steve McBride Joins KCMC 1 September 2014

KCMC are pleased to welcome Steve McBride as Technology Transfer Manager.  Steve joins the team on 1 September 2014 and his background includes  commercial, technical development and research roles that span aerospace, automotive and industrial market sectors.  Most recently he has wo

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Enriching the UK economy

Chris Warkup, Chief Executive of the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), explains how a conversation with the KTN can help companies “see the wood from the trees” and remain productive while fuelling strategic innovation. – See more at Chris Warkup, Chief Executive of

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The ‘middle men’ of knowledge

Researchers developing lighter materials and new catalysts are collaborating with UK companies to revolutionise our homes, cars and planes – but, says John Conti-Ramsden, we can’t rest on our laurels; we must keep up the pace of technology transfer. And who better to facilitate than t

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