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UK and Estonia to host Nato innovation accelerators


Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic programme will aim to maintain Nato’s “technological edge”

The UK and Estonia have been chosen to host a Nato innovation programme intended to help countries involved in the North Atlantic military alliance to cooperate on developing technologies for security and defence.

On 5 April, the UK government announced that Imperial College London would host the headquarters of a programme called the Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic, or Diana, and one of two accelerators within the programme, with the second to be hosted in Estonia.

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