Are the right-to-repair laws fair?

Right to repair

Manufacturers have long built products so consumers can't fix them themselves, but growing demand for a circular economy and less e-waste could soon change all that

What makes a great tech startup hub?

Top tech startup hubs

From low rents and close access to universities, to good transport links and government support, there are a number of key reasons why certain cities are the best incubators for tech talent

How tech is streamlining the property sector

From poorly measured floor plans to overdue payments, innovative technology solutions are making property processes simpler than ever. Here are three examples

What the NHS can learn from global healthcare tech

Old-fashioned processes are inhibiting rapid innovation across the NHS. Here's how three other major healthcare systems around the world are approaching advances in technology

Getting ready for Maritime 2050

Government ambition to be a leading maritime nation relies on technology, but it requires more than just investment to get it right

Has the Grenfell tragedy made construction safer?

The Grenfell Tower tragedy claimed the lives of 72 people, underscoring the limitations of building regulations and a lax attitude towards fire safety. So what’s changed since?

Embracing the rise of new UK tech hubs

From Bristol to Dundee, many regions outside of London are becoming hubs for technology startups in their own right

Is your smartphone harming your sleep?

Now we know the dangers of excessive screen time, does the responsibility of protecting against blue light lie with device manufacturers or individuals themselves?