The Cancer Innovation Challenge has £1M of funding to develop new innovative approaches to using data to deliver better cancer treatment outcomes in Scotland. Here are four ways you can take part in the Challenge.
Scotland lags behind much of Europe in outcomes for cancer patients. The Cancer Innovation Challenge has £1M of funding to develop new innovative approaches to using data to deliver better cancer treatment outcomes in Scotland.
I think anything that makes streets safer is good – and while Edinburgh’s new 20mph policy isn’t perfect, it’s already changing how people drive in Edinburgh for the better.
Creating a ‘Digital Innovation Culture’ – a new way to increase local innovation capacity developed for the Like! project
Like! is a €4.2M Interreg Vb project that is developing a ‘local innovation culture’ approach to address the underlying capacity issues that are hampering the improvement of e-government and e-services.
Six things that I think will shape what the city of the future will look like: the shape of the city today, energy & efficiency, place and space, retailing, neighbourhoods and authenticity.
In my experience the key thing delaying the start of research projects is staff availability – whether you have access to the people you need, or if you need to recruit and how ready to recruit you (and your organisation) are.
While retail vacancy rates in the UK are declining, one in every seven shops is still empty. So is this decline all good news, or is it hiding some potentially bad news?
Interesting article on the future of Towns and Cities in the Drum Magazine – and I don’t just say that because I’m quoted in it! A couple of key talking points on future cities: The Future city will look a lot like the current city It will be a lot more efficient – in many […]
Part of an interview I did for Urban Realm magazine on Smart Cities following Glasgow’s designation as a ‘Smart City’, covering how UK cities use information, how they’ll change service delivery, and the importance of Smart Citizens.
Scotland is an urban country: 70% of Scots live in urban areas. So it follows that the majority of impact of independence will be felt by urban Scots. So what could this impact be? Will anything change? Does anyone care either way?
I’ll be speaking at the 2012 PPA Digital Publishing Conference on Wednesday 26 September in London. The conference theme is ‘Into the Future’, and I’ll be exploring some of the opportunities surrounding the smart cities initiatives for providers of digital data services.