A global automotive technology company has moved to MIRA Technology Park after expanding its testing services to the UK.
Boston-based ClearMotion will soon be taking residency at the base on the A5, the leading automotive technology park and Enterprise Zone in the country.The firm creates predictive road-sensing technology and hopes to use MIRA’s skills, test, and development infrastructure to better access and expand its EU customer base.
Fuel3D, which develops innovative 3D scanning solutions across a range of industries, is relocating its UK headquarters to The Oxford Science Park, one of the UK's leading parks for science and technology companies. Expected to move in during June, Fuel3D will be the first occupier of the Park’s new Schrödinger Building, which will accommodate both office and laboratory facilities. The move marks an important phase of the company’s growth plans, and the innovative culture at The Oxford Science Park and the local cluster will play an important role in its expansion.
Pictured at the National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street, Dublin is Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe, Chair and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at UCD’s School of Medicine, and Director of the UCD Perinatal Research Centre. (Photographer: Iain White)
University College Dublin (UCD) today announced the launch of the new UCD Perinatal Research Centre based at the National Maternity Hospital, Holles Street, Dublin.
Wright Hassall hosted the first of their Thought Leader events on 6 March 2018 with attendees from a number of science parks and UKSPA business affiliates braving the last of the snow. Head of Real Estate, David Slade, welcomed attendees from the University of Warwick Science Park, Lincoln Science and Innovation Park, Oxford Innovation, University of Nottingham Innovation Park, MIRA Technology Park, and the National Innovation Centre for Ageing, SharpAhead, Clarity Core, Gleeds, and Arthur J Gallagher.
230 jobs to be created with the official launch of innovation centre in Hants for start-up and growth firms
UNVEILING: The official launch of BASE Bordon Innovation Centre at Broxhead House, Bordon, East Hampshire.
CEO at the Babraham Research Campus joins the region’s life science & healthcare membership organisation
One Nucleus, the Cambridge based not-for-profit membership organisation for the London-East of England life sciences and healthcare cluster, is delighted to announce the appointment of Derek Jones as a Non-Executive Director. Derek is Chief Executive of Babraham Bioscience Technologies Ltd (BBT), the organisation responsible for the development and management of the Babraham Research Campus.
New era of growth for Midlands’ science and tech sector as Bruntwood set to acquire Innovation Birmingham
Leading property company, Bruntwood is set to acquire Innovation Birmingham, heralding a new era of major expansion at the region’s leading digital and technology campus.
The deal, recommended by Birmingham City Council’s cabinet, will help the city’s digital economy flourish as Bruntwood seeks to work closely with key stakeholders to drive forward growth of the Innovation Birmingham Campus.
Engine Shed, in partnership with BPAA, is pleased to announce the upcoming launch of its new Property Advisor in Residence service.
Leading Formula E team DS Virgin Racing has completed the move of its operational arm to new state-of-the-art facilities at Silverstone Park – a stone’s throw from Silverstone Circuit, the home of British motor racing.
The UK-based team, which has competed in the all-electric FIA Formula E Championship since its inception, moved in last summer in preparation for the category's fourth season but has now put the finishing touches to the new premises.
Pictured from left John Downes, MD, Langtree; Steve Rotheram, Metro Mayor
An international leading–edge company has chosen Sci-Tech Daresbury as its Northern UK base.