SYNTHETIC computer gel skin and a device that absorbs polluted air were just two of the predictions on children’s minds when they were asked to think about what the inventions of the future might be.
Northumbrian Water has hailed a week-long innovation event which it hopes will help it find answers to some of the challenges facing its industry and wider society.
A COUNTY Durham technology firm is expanding its global presence with work alongside a US customer.
Sedgefield-headquartered radiation detection technology company Kromek has enjoyed "another year of good progress" after sales neared the £9m mark and pre-tax losses were slashed.
WORK has begun on infrastructure works which will form a key part of major expansion plans at a North East science park.
A COUNTY Durham technology firm is pushing on to widen its customer base and product range after “tremendous progress” left it primed to reverse a financial loss, its boss has revealed.
X-ray specialist IBEX Innovations is planning to export its products around the world in an effort to boost turnover by £150,000 within 12 months.
AN INNOVATION project has been launched to help companies tapping into the thriving space industry scale up faster as they take their cutting edge products to market.
On 13 June 1842, Queen Victoria made the journey from Slough to Paddington and became the first British monarch to travel by train. The train that day was driven by Daniel Gooch and assisted by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Security hardware manufactured by radiation detection technology company Kromek was deployed during President Donald Trump’s recent visit to Brussels.
A TECHNOLOGY organisation’s new £28m County Durham research hub will help spearhead a project to improve vehicle engine oil reliability, bosses have revealed.
A TECHNOLOGY company will press on to secure its next generation after public safety work provided a financial lift.
A NETPark based technology company expects annual revenues and profits to go beyond market expectations after a strong end to its financial year.
A County Durham IT provider has added to its workforce as it settles into new surroundings.
A County Durham TECHNOLOGY firm helping thwart terror attacks has confirmed it expects a “step change” in income growth.