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.
BDP has completed a new flagship building for Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP). The 70,000 sq ft Bright Building is the new headquarters for CityVerve, Innovate UK’s Internet of Things city demonstrator, as well as the home to various tech businesses.
A web design company is adding to its workforce and moving to new offices after celebrating a record year of business.
Award-winning PropTech start-up, brightLET, has been announced as one of just 12 Midland businesses to top BusinessCloud’s annual ‘101 Rising Stars of the UK Tech Scene’ list.
The University of Southampton Science Park has been named Work Place Environment of the Year at the 2017 South Coast Property Awards which took place on Thursday 13th July. The success builds on the Science Park’s success in 2016 when it was named Business Park of the Year.
SYNTHETIC computer gel skin and a device that absorbs polluted air were just two of the predictions on children’s minds when they were asked to think about what the inventions of the future might be.
The children, from Hardwick Primary School, in Sedgefield, were asked to write their inventive insights on letters as part of a competition among their classmates.
Keele University Science and Innobation Business Park are recruiing a Science and Innovation Park Manager,
The job outline is detailed below. Further information including the job description can be accessed below.
Job title Science and Innovation Park Manager
Job reference KU00000543
Date posted 18/07/2017
Application closing date 03/08/2017
Location Keele University Campus Salary Grade 6, Starting salary £26,052 Job category/type Administration and Reception Services Job description
Chesterford Research Park welcomes Uttlesford District Council Cabinet members as part of a special visit organised by INVEST Essex.