The state-of-the-art Schrödinger Building at The Oxford Science Park, one of the UK's leading parks for science and technology companies, was opened yesterday by Sam Gyimah MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research & Innovation.
Digital Native UK, one of the latest companies to join the thriving Innovation Birmingham Campus, has entered a new phase of growth to expand its bespoke learning and development solutions and widen the range of individuals getting into the tech industry.
Language learning technology start-up Learning Labs has been awarded £10k for winning the Cool Initiatives Education Challenge 2018. The competition was organised by Cool Milk, the largest national provider of milk into UK schools.
NASA uses antibodies developed at the University of Birmingham to assess the impact of space flight on the immune system
Antibodies developed at the University of Birmingham have been used by NASA to assess how long duration space flight affects the immune system.
York Science Park has appointed a new general manager, Claire Bennett. Claire joins the business from York Conferences, where she has spent the last 14 years as conference and events manager.
Setting up business anywhere requires dedication, grit and industry know-how, and choosing the right location to base a start-up can be a major factor in helping a new company to get off the ground.
As one of the UK’s leading science and innovation campuses, Sci-Tech Daresbury is home to a thriving community of international high-tech businesses to fast-growing SMEs and has a burgeoning reputation as offering a ‘home for life’.
Birmingham-based serial entrepreneur Ian Bush has launched the free to download Walk Run Cycle Birmingham app on Android and iOS, providing the chance for tourists, business visitors and locals to get an insight into the city’s most famous attractions and monuments through a series of guided and safe routes for walking, running and cycling.
O.C.E. Technology and European Space Agency Commence €500K project to develop new real-time operating system for satellites
O.C.E. Technology (www.ocetechnology.com) today announced that it is to develop a new real-time operating system in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA). The €500,000 project is expected to take 18 months to complete.
MEPC has completed the preparation of six acres of prime development land at Silverstone Park. The land is already included in MEPC’s 2.1m sq ft of new planning consent and can therefore accommodate a range of potential uses from a gym and a nursery to offices, industrial units and/or a hotel.
The six acre site is situated at the main entrance to Silverstone Park, opposite its Innovation Centre and close to the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit.