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Fastest growing workplace wellness programme in the NHS strikes deal with leading occupational health software provider

Birmingham-based award-winning digital health tech company Kaido has landed a partnership deal with Cohort Software, the largest occupational health software provider in the UK.

Kaido, the fastest growing workplace wellness programme in the NHS, focuses on providing innovative technology-driven solutions to promote employee wellness, with the ‘Kaido Wellbeing’ product set to address the physical, mental and social wellbeing of employees from Cohort Software client organisations from March 2019. 

Cabinet Minister meets life science and space businesses

Cabinet Minister Brandon Lewis, MP recently visited the University of Leicester and the National Space Centre in order to see at first hand how the region is at the cutting edge of Life Science and Space research and innovation.

The minister learned about forthcoming developments in the the UK Space industry and was given an update on the plans for Space Park Leicester - a partnership between the University of Leicester, Leicester City Council and the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLP).

Leading AI-driven drug discovery company, Exscientia expands to The Oxford Science Park

In a key point in its growth strategy, Exscientia, the innovative company at the forefront of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven drug discovery, is expanding its Oxford presence to the new Schrödinger Building on The Oxford Science Park, one of the UK's leading parks for science and technology companies.

Allia scoops Best Not-for-Profit Employer award

 

Awards recognise companies in East Anglia who go the extra mile to keep their staff engaged and happy

Leading AI-driven drug discovery company Exscientia expands to The Oxford Science Park

Facilities in The Schrödinger Building to bring together AI experts and biologists

In a key point in its growth strategy, Exscientia, the innovative company at the forefront of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven drug discovery, is expanding its Oxford presence to the new Schrödinger Building on The Oxford Science Park, one of the UK's leading parks for science and technology companies.

Spinout from University of Warwick Science Park launches kickstarter campaign

Two Warwick based scientists have launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring biology to a whole new audience.

Professor Orkun Soyer and Dr Kalesh Sasidharan are on a mission to make biosciences research more affordable for schools, professionals and would-be scientists.  

Their University of Warwick spinout business Humane Technologies is based at Warwick Science Park’s Ignite incubator, receiving support from the Park’s Business Ready support team.

New Science Centre Officially Opened

The University of Wolverhampton’s new Science Centre has been officially opened.

The £10.1m project at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park was completed late last year and offers high quality workshop, office and category 1 and 2 laboratory space over 4,000 square metres.

Exeter start-up helps combat climate change

 

An Exeter start-up company is working with regional and national experts on a project aiming to help cut CO2 emissions in cities across the world.

Emtec has developed technology that is being used in a London-based pilot project with a fleet of 250 vehicles, measuring carbon dioxide emissions in order to help manage and ultimately reduce them.

Now Emtec has teamed up with The Environmental Futures & Big Data Impact Lab (Impact Lab) in Exeter to gather more data and scale up the project to a global level. 

Harlow Science Park - work underway

Major works have begun at Harlow Science Park, ahead of construction in 2018. Two separate contracts have been let by Harlow Council for the enabling works.

Booming business means expansion at Culham Science Centre

In a visit to Culham Science Centre, Science Minister Sam Gyimah announced that the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) would be able to expand the site to create new facilities for companies working in fusion-related fields.

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