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Here is a snapshot of what we've been up to recently:
Ploughshare Innovations, the technology transfer office for the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), has relocated today to a new purpose-built science park at Porton Down near Salisbury.
Ploughshare Innovations is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Non-executive Directors to its board.
The Home Office Centre for Applied Science and Technology (CAST) has made an agreement with Ploughshare Innovations to commercialise their intellectual property.
Ploughshare will be attending the Home Office Security and Policing event in Farnborough in March 2018.
An advanced fingerprint visualisation technology that makes it harder for criminals to destroy their fingerprints has been developed jointly by the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), the Centre for Applied Science and Technology (CAST) and Loughborough University.
Ploughshare will be attending Innovate 2017, UK’s leading innovation event, in November. Meet us to discover the latest defence and security innovations available for licence, and see how we engage with industry to commercialise intellectual property from UK Government.
Ploughshare will be attending the UK Security Expo event in London in November where we will be joined by a new licensee, Foster + Freeman.
Ploughshare Innovations, the technology commercialisation arm of Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), is pleased to announce an increasing number of growth and economic benefits it has provided to the UK economy, including the creation of hundreds of jobs and multi-million pound export deals.
The Ministry of Defence’s Intellectual Property Rights group (DIPR) has signed an agreement with Ploughshare Innovations, expanding Ploughshare’s role to provide technology transfer services to wider MOD.
Biometrics are expected to drive technological innovation within the global healthcare market, according to a new report from the Biometrics Research Group.
Hacking attacks on businesses don’t just result in the loss of highly sensitive information - they can see a company’s share price take a tumble too, new research suggests.
Hospitality operators are being encouraged to consider greater use of biometrics and other forms of technology as new research shows facial recognition, virtual assistants, wearable technology and virtual reality are proving popular among consumers.
British consumers are increasingly in favour of using biometric security rather than passwords for accessing online services like banking, new research from Equifax, the consumer and business insight firm, suggests.
Ordnance Survey (OS) has signed an agreement with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), negotiated by its technology transfer arm, Ploughshare Innovations, to allow it to licence various forms of cutting edge aerial mapping technology.
Ploughshare is delighted to announce the recognition in the New Years Honours for one of its non-Executive Directors Mike Carr, who has been awarded an OBE for services to Innovation.