Merck’s Innovation Hub at the University of Southampton Science Park in Chilworth has showcased its new global laboratories which were officially opened today by local MP, Caroline Nokes.
The expanding site is one of the company’s most significant Performance Materials R&D sites globally. Home to a 90-strong multinational team, the Chilworth laboratories undertake ground-breaking research on advanced electronic and optoelectronic materials – the products which underpin much of the smartphone and tablet technology used today and in the future.
A successful partnership is being forged between a university and a business intelligence specialist that’s going after big data.
BI System Builders (BISB) is discovering the huge benefits of being based at the University of Warwick Science Park’s Warwick Innovation Centre.
CONNECTIVITY: Russ Cole, Founder and Chairman of the ESL Group, pictured at the company’s workshop at Fareham Innovation Centre at Faraday Business Park, Fareham, south Hampshire. ESL is an Internet of Things (IoT) software and solutions provider. ESL’s technology, manufactured on site, is transforming data-connected services, from cold chain logistics to assisted living.
The leading provider of airport, parking and venue-based reservation commerce, Rezcomm - which began life in North Devon, UK as a traditional travel agency – has upsized its offices at Exeter Science Park Centre as it prepares to quadruple its workforce over the next two years.
Innovation Zed (www.innovationzed.com), an Irish medtech company, has announced that it has commenced working with the NHS in South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw, England. The collaboration sees the company’s novel insulin pen accessory used with diabetes patients as part of a national NHS Test Bed programme exploring new models of care.
A booming hub for small businesses at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire is being expanded for a second time within four years to meet continuing demand.
The Rural Innovation Centre is being extended again by LaSalle Investment Management, which manages Stoneleigh Park, to create an additional ten serviced offices.
The centre was opened with 16 offices in September 2013 to provide a base for small and new businesses in rural parts of Warwickshire to grow and flourish.
THE UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK SCIENCE PARK
Innovation Centre Manager
Full-time (36.5 hours)
Salary FA7 £39,324 - £46,925
The University of Warwick Science Park is the West Midlands leader for the combined provision of quality office space and business support programmes for technology based and innovation led business. As a result of its success the Science Park has established a series of satellite Innovation Centres across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull.
Pentland biotechnology business TC Biopharm awarded largest EU grant to any UK company for a healthcare product
TC BioPharm (TCB) today announced it has been selected for funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 (H2020) research and innovation programme. The biotechnology company has been awarded a €4million H2020 grant to progress its innovative GDT (gamma-delta T) cell therapy for treatment of cancer.
An expanding company which specialises in industrial data communication has a double reason to celebrate.
Insys Microelectronics UK Ltd has moved across the city from the University of Warwick Science Park’s Venture Centre in Coventry to its Business Innovation Centre in Binley as part of their growth plans and has agreed a deal to become the new shirt sponsor of Coventry Rugby Limited.
Founder and managing director Eduard Wagner and sales director Markus Meyer flew from Germany to the UK for the official opening of the company’s new office.
Kinesis Health Technologies, an Irish health technology start-up, has been declared overall winner of the Tech Day pitching competition, held during the 21st International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) World Congress which has just ended in San Francisco.