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Johnson Matthey to open new battery application centre at Milton Park

Johnson Matthey (“JM”), the global leader in sustainable technologies, is to open a new battery application centre at the business and science community of Milton Park in Oxfordshire. JM has taken 22,857 sq ft (2,123 sq m) over three floors at 142 Park Drive consisting of a newly built office and laboratory development.

Rapidly-growing specialists expanding its services and workforce

Second left, Caroline Lloyd (Business Innovation Centre) with, from the left, Phil Hands,

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  • Start-up company launches stem cell banking activities at Discovery Park

    Discovery Park community plays key role in helping company establish operations

    Invest Newcastle showcasing the region’s life sciences strengths in Japan

    Invest Newcastle is attending BioJapan as part of a UK delegation led by MedCity and supported by the Northern Health Science Alliance (NHSA).

    Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst one of six new life science opportunity zones in UK

    Nadhim Zahawi MP has announced that Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst (SBC) has been successful in its application to become a Life Science Opportunity Zone. 

    The assessment panel consisted of senior industry life science experts and senior government officials. In a letter to Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst Chief Executive Officer Dr Sally Ann Forsyth, the Minister stated: “l am delighted to tell you that your application has been successful. The panel were impressed by your plans to grow what is already a successful biomedical campus.”

    100 young women set to take over BioCity

    BioCity, the pioneering life science incubator and business collective is set to open its doors to one hundred young women from local schools on Tuesday 08 October 2019.

    Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst strengthens Board

    Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst (SBC) has announced the appointment of two new Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) to its Board. Clare Terlouw, Head of Corporate Development at Syncona Investment Management Limited and Jon Green, Chair of One Nucleus, will be joining the SBC Board on 1st October 2019.

    New centre to meet future challenges of agriculture industry

    The future challenges facing the food industry, and how working with researchers can help overcome these issues, was discussed at the launch of the new

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  • Airbus Intelligence relocating to Space Park Leicester

    The University of Leicester is pleased to announce that Airbus plans to relocate their Leicestershire-based Earth Observation expert team to Space Park Leicester when their current lease expires.