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Pentland's TC BioPharm broadens treatment pipeline

TC BioPharm Ltd (TCB) and Scotia Biologics announced today that they have formed a strategic collaboration to co-develop novel proprietary tumour-specific antibodies for TCB’s CAR-T platform. Using Scotia’s unique, proven technology, the two companies will develop a range of cancer-targeting single-chain antibodies, each of which can be formulated to treat a specific type of cancer. Antibodies developed by Scotia will be incorporated into TCB’s therapeutic ImmuniCAR® product range.

£150,000 triggers growth for EdTech specialist

Image: Sallie Allen and Jon Allen of Enploy

Birmingham-based learning and development consultancy, Enploy is set to double its workforce after raising £150,000 of investment from London-based Jenson SEIS Fund.

Accepted onto the coveted Barclays Eagle Labs incubator at Innovation Birmingham in May 2017, Enploy teaches entrepreneurial thinking to help young people and companies drive success through its online diagnostic, e-learning platform and face-to-face workshops.

MSP looks to the future with Tesla's advanced energy storage in UK industry first

Manchester Science Partnerships has unveiled an industry-first for science and tech parks: one of advanced energy pioneer Tesla’s Powerpacks, outside the Bright Building.

To our knowledge this is also the first commercial installation in the North West.

Transport and communication leaders launch programme with Innovation Birmingham to bolster support for small businesses

Leading organisations in the transport and construction sectors have launched a new incubation programme to accelerate the growth of innovative SMEs and start-ups in the region, and help Birmingham strive towards affirming its status as a smart city.

Exeter Science Park celebrates another key milestone with topping out ceremony

Exeter Science Park has celebrated another key milestone with a topping out ceremony at its new grow-on buildings, which have been named by primary school students after three of history’s most inspirational scientists.

Built by Kier Construction, the ‘Lamarr’, ‘Turing’ and ‘Newton’ buildings will provide 27,000 square feet of office and laboratory space and are expected to bring over 200 new jobs to the site at junction 29 of the M5.

Solihull firm adds £2m to its turnover

Caption: Kaveh Zanjani of Central IT Support with Janet Bunch from the Blythe Valley Innovation Centre

A rapidly-expanding IT company has increased its turnover by £2 million since moving to a business park near Solihull three years ago.

Science park 'in the pink' as it reduces glasshouse carbon emissions

One of the UK’s leading science parks is introducing new pink LED plant growth lighting in its five large blocks of glasshouse cubicles that will cut carbon emissions by almost half.

As part of its on-going investment in environmental sustainability, the National Agri-Food Innovation Campus (NAFIC), near York, is replacing more than 600 incandescent metal halide plant growth lights with LED light units.

Porton Science Park attracts Ploughshare Innovations

 

Ploughshare Innovations, the technology transfer office for the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), has relocated today to a new purpose-built science park at Porton Down near Salisbury

Driven by rapid growth Oxford Sciences Innovation expands to The Oxford Science Park

OSI builds on links with Park as second occupier of prestigious Schrödinger Building

Warwick technology firm on target to hit 100,000 users after landing major deal

Pictured: Dirk Schafer (left) with Simon Davis

A rapidly expanding Warwickshire technology company, which provides property firms with mapped information on sites across the UK, is on target to hit 100,000 users by the summer after clinching a major contract.