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SeaBioComp Masterclass on large-scale 3D-printing of Biopolymers, 10th September 2020, webinar

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Marine South East to speak at Virtual Islands Summit, 10th September 2020, online

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New Sustainable Innovation Fund from Innovate UK

Innovate UK has launched a new fund to help cutting-edge companies of all sizes recover, grow, and drive a re-building economy.

The 191 million fund will also support new green innovations, unleashing the sustainable industries of the future along the way.

The COVID-19 Sustainable Innovation Fund will target those innovative companies needing to keep their great ideas alive during the current pandemic, in turn contributing to revolutions across whole sectors and transforming the way people live, work and travel.

Businesses could use the investment to develop smart sustainability-based projects, for example technology that supports a reduction in single-use plastics to greener modes of transport, or more energy-efficient office buildings.

Firms are also being encouraged to develop large-scale operations like the next generation of sustainable public transport, helping to reduce air pollution in towns and cities, and building more powerful, efficient and cost-effective wind turbines.

For more information please visit:

https://apply-for-innovation-funding.service.gov.uk/competition/

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Posted 2020-06-30 11:14:33

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