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South: Coffin Mew lawyer looks at life after coronavirus

Mark O’Halloran, head of commercial and intellectual property at South East law firm Coffin Mew, looks ahead to what life after coronavirus might look...

South East: New data shows 17% increase in R&D claims

New data published by HMRC has revealed a number of positive trends, pointing to the continued importance of R&D tax credits to companies in...

Henley: Business School launches new podcast series

Henley Business School has launched a new series of podcasts, called Leading Edge. Thomas Mason, business journalist, is joined by some of the School's leading...

Southampton: Tonic Analytics honoured with Queen’s Award

Southampton company Tonic Analytics has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Tonic Analytics has been recognised for its excellence in international trade, a...

Farnborough: Aerospace helping with coronavirus fight

The aerospace sector has swung into action to help the country fight coronavirus, proving its worth to the nation, according to the Farnborough Aerospace...

Thatcham: Xtrac wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Vehicle transmission specialist Xtrac, whose energy-efficient gearbox designs are helping to influence radically different technology for future road cars, has received the Queen's Award...

Culham: Two companies at forefront of fight against pandemic

Two life science organisations based at Culham Science Centre, Oxfordshire, have developed tests that could be critical in the global fight against the COVID-19...

Oxfordshire: County comes top in regional innovation league

Oxfordshire leads the way as the county with the highest percentage of innovative businesses across the South East of England’s 19 unitary authority areas. A...

Buckinghamshire: Company uses robots to keep factory open

In order to keep its factory open and fulfil orders from customers, Chesham-based B Loony has come up with an innovative solution to keep...

Portsmouth: University warns cybercrime levels will be highest ever

With the coronavirus economic crisis deepening, experts at University of Portsmouth are warning it will lead to the highest levels of fraud and cybercrime...