Nature provides an endless source of inspiration. Observing nature to inspire technological innovation is the very essence of biomimicry.
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Thursday June 7th, 2018
Matching Up: three years of open innovation!
Matching Up has reached the three-year stage and more than ever the Bouygues Construction’s open innovation programme aims to generate new ideas within the company, putting Group employees and start-ups in touch in order to design and create new projects together.
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On Tuesday 19th of June, an epic milestone for the Bouygues UK's UCLH site in central London took place. The cyclotron, the device that will supply the power for the proton beam therapy (PBT) centre at UCLH, was successfully delivered and installed.