New rail line the catalyst for introduction of rare species.
New paper showcases real-world solutions to the UK’s grand challenges.
Funding available for projects across the West Midlands.
Richard Lutz on the poison pouring out of the digi-world .
Gaming festival set for NEC.
West Midlands chosen to host free tech masterclasses.
Chance to learn free digital skills with Google training.
Richard Lutz queries just who benefits from ever-newer levels of digital technology.
The Prince’s Trust and Google.org launch initiative helping young people to grow digital skills.
World-famous YouTubers take control of Insomnia’s main stage.
Live music meshed with news and current affairs soundbites, samples and audience interaction through technology.
Survey reveals top ten cities in the UK for developing digital careers outside of London.
Insomnia 2019 to bring gamers to the NEC.
Free digital workshops aim to get businesses online savvy in 2019.
Survey reveals most young people in Birmingham lack knowledge about digital careers.
Christine Hinson on opportunities for young women in the computer and tech industries.
On The Tools pick up the People’s Choice Awards at Pitch@Palace.
Fully paid-for STEM degree scholarship by Millennium Point available.
Psychologists help with design of future technology vehicles.
New way to share online views on the West Midlands’ Channel 4 HQ bid.
Innovation Birmingham start-up launches online platform to help businesses cope with GDPR.
Warwick Castle joins forces with Birmingham production company.
Focus on the iconic developments in computer gaming.
Investors see the future in Birmingham technology start-up.
Innovations including ‘talking car’ developments shown to industry chiefs.
Lunar Society partners with Chamber of Commerce to showcase tech innovations in health and wellbeing.
New era of growth for Midlands’ science and tech sector promised.
UK’s best young cyber talents tackle cyber-attacks to win a trip to the USA.
Birmingham office expansion for leading global sports media group.
Mental health first aid training provider supports 1,600 young people in Birmingham.