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Navigating climate change challenges – key findings from our academic network net zero event

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Introduction  The close of this year’s COP28 climate summit provides an opportunity for us to reflect on our contribution to efforts towards addressing the urgent threat of climate change, and to consider some of the findings of our recent Net …

Building local innovation partnerships to aid the race to net zero

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ACE and Newcastle University have successfully co-hosted an ACE Research Network (ARN) and community event focused on how the fields of digital, data and security can contribute towards reaching net zero. The aim of the event, which took place at …

Scaling the Accelerated Capability Environment through renewed public-private partnership 

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James Willis from QinetiQ and Richard Alcock from the Home Office Homeland Security Group

The Home Office has appointed Vivace as the Private Sector Partner for the Accelerated Capability Environment, signalling the beginning of a new phase to scale ACE’s successful platform for mission-led innovation and cross-sector collaboration.  Following a very active competition, the …

Exploring how AI can make the NHS more effective and efficient

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Woman in CT scanner

ACE has been working with the NHS AI Lab to explore how artificial intelligence (AI) can be applied to challenges ranging from clinical innovations that improve patient outcomes to enhancing administrative functions to bring greater efficiencies. This post gives an overview of some of this work.