Pictured: Janet Jay (left) with the CEO of York Science Park, Tracey Smith
Janet Jay has been appointed as the new business development manager at York Science Park Limited, responsible for supporting existing residents and attracting new businesses to the 21-acre science and technology park facilities in York.
Leading University College Dublin Professors and RTE Journalists encourage more female experts to take to the airwaves
Pictured (l-r) at University College Dublin are; Katie Hannon, Political Correspondent, RTÉ; Professor Orla Feely, UCD Vice-President for Research, Innovation and Impact; Associate Professor Emmeline Hill, UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science and Chief Scientific Officer, Plusvital; and Róisín Duffy, News Editor, RTÉ and Chair of Women on Air.
SETsquared Exeter’s latest figures have revealed that client businesses turned over £11.5 million in 2017 and have seen a 30 per cent growth in staff numbers.
One of the partners of the world’s number one university business incubation service, the organisation has released growth figures highlighting an encouraging increase in staff numbers and investment for the region.
Image above shows His Royal Highness Prince Harry with Silverstone Experience CEO Sally Reynolds
The University of Reading-owned Thames Valley Science Park opens its doors for business this week as tenants move into the flagship ‘Gateway' building.
Following on from its acquisition of Scout7; leading provider of specialist tech solutions for managing player recruitment in the football industry, global sports media provider Perform Group has announced the opening of a brand-new office in Birmingham, signalling the company’s first base in the UK’s second city.
The move, finalised on Thursday 1st March, brings two market-leading organisations under one roof, forming part of Scout7’s incorporation into Perform Group’s OptaPro brand.
Hong Kong’s Science Park is set to play a leading role in the government’s drive to turn the city into an innovation and technology (I&T) hub as it was granted a major slice of the HK$50 billion funding package dedicated to hi-tech industries.
This month sees the final phase of commissioning at the new Kent Renewable Energy Combined Heat and Power Plant before it starts to generate clean, green heat and power for Discovery Park and homes across the region.