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Dedicated 5G/IoT Accelerator Programme - Call for Applications from Start-up Entrepreneurs

Applications are invited from start-up entrepreneurs from sectors including agtech, medtech, transport, manufacturing, energy and utilities, who want to successfully launch 5G/IoT network-enabled products and services can now apply to take part in Ireland’s first dedicated 5G/IoT Accelerator Programme.

Future Space residents recognised for entrepreneurial and business innovation

Bristol-born tech companies Reach Robotics and Open Bionics have been named on exclusive international lists of game-changing entrepreneurs and innovative businesses.

Creative Places help Kadans Science Partner into Cambridge and UK life science market

Kadans enters the UK life science market by acquiring from Imperial College ThinkSpace the B900 building located on the Babraham Research Campus (“BRC”) in Cambridge, adding to its Pan-European science park portfolio. The fully let property accommodates two companies (Abzena and Bicycle Therapeutics) active in the field of cancer and immunology therapeutics, forming a welcome addition to Kadans existing science partner network including tenants such as Genmab, Merus and MDxHealth.

Microsoft for Startups UK tour at Loughborough

On 2 May Microsoft for Startups hosts its sole UK Tour date at LUSEP, Loughborough University’s Science & Enterprise Park. This established programme offers tailored support for B2B and B2B2C startups and scaleups in any sector.

North East contributes £75m to UK space sector income

Pic cap 1: Space aces: left to right, Austen Atkinson of Durham-based Lexicon Science, Andy MacPherson of 3DEO and Ralph Dinsley of Alnwick-based NORSS.

THE North East plays a vital role in the thriving UK space sector, according to a Government space industry leader who was speaking at a national conference in Sunderland today (March 28).

Global firm Hosokawa Micron launches state-of-the-art lab facility at Sci-Tech Daresbury

Image: Kathryn Hipkins and Lee Williams

International process technology company Hosokawa Micron Ltd has launched a new state-of-the-art Technical Innovation Centre at leading science and innovation campus Sci-Tech Daresbury. 

Hosokawa Micron is a specialist in development, manufacture and installation of machines for powder and particle processing.

Growing case load for legal firm as Brexit looms

GBS UK Immigration’s Victoria Girsa with thank-you cards from grateful clients. She is pictured in her office at Portsmouth Technopole, the landmark building at Kingston Crescent, just off the M275, and home to 38 companies.  With up to 350 people on site, the centre is an UKSPA member through operator Oxford Innovation and is part of the University of Portsmouth’s innovation centre network.

Discovery Park chairman Martino Picardo shares insight at conferences

Science park leader to talk at UKSPA, Knowledge Exchange meeting & BioIntegrates

Welsh scientist’s sweet discovery could lead to new medicine

A Welsh scientist has discovered a potential new medicine from an extremely rare honey molecule.

Dr Robert Nash, a global leader in the field of phytochemistry, has found a special honey rich in a small and unusual molecule with very specific activity that appears to boost immunity and activate natural anti-tumour responses in the laboratory.

Gymshark and Innovation Birmingham set to lift the region’s small businesses once again

Following the success of the first #LiftYourBusiness campaign, leading Midlands-based sports fitness clothing brand Gymshark is now preparing to launch its next phase of business support for digital tech SMEs innovating in the West Midlands.