The Rt Hon Lord Henley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) endorsed the UK’s first Life Sciences Opportunities Zone during a visit to Charnwood Campus, Loughborough recently.
Lord Henley met with The Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP for Loughborough, LLEP Board Member Dr Nik Kotecha CEO of...
University of Birmingham scientists are working with partners at the Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health (GIBH), China, to develop new drugs that could help tackle global epidemics.
University of Birmingham researchers have already identified a number of compounds that are looking promising as potential therapeutic treatments, and...
Following on from a very successful and enjoyable UKSPA/LSIP conference at Lincoln last week, the presentations are now available to view at the following link:
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Seven new companies, based on scientific research carried out at the University, were established in 2017 and five have located themselves at Unit DX, based near Bristol Temple Meads railway station, which has been working closely with the University and its SETsquared incubator to help new businesses thrive.
The companies focus on a range of new technologies, from...
HBXL Group based at Future Space Bristol has developed revolutionary new software for the domestic building sector aimed at builders, quantity surveyors, architects, small scale developers and designers.
Called BuildingWorks the subscription-based platform from HBXL Group company Integro Software Construction offers a range of user friendly features designed to make...