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  • The Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult will lead a £3 million investment to scale up skills and training in the UK's life sciences industry. It will create new skills and capabilities to bridge the gap between the regulatory approval of cell and gene therapies and the integration into front-line services. The funding comes from UK Research and Innovation through Innovate...
  • SETsquared Bristol, part of the global number 1 incubator programme SETsquared, has today announced that over £4 million in investment has been raised by its members in Q1 this year. Last year, saw the incubator’s most successful investment raise in a year with over £130 million and judging by this year’s January to March results, 2018 could easily achieve the same....
  • The fourth edition of the UK Tech Nation Report shows that, once again, the UK is the best place to start and grow a digital tech business, with the digital tech sector now worth nearly £184 billion to the UK economy. Read the full report here
  • Abingdon Health, a tenant at the University of Birmingham’s bio-incubator, is developing a rapid diagnostic test for bovine mastitis, a common and serious health problem in dairy cows, which has an estimated £14-23 billion impact on the global dairy industry1.  Mastitis is usually caused by bacterial infection in the cow’s teats or udder, and reduces the...
  • Innovation Birmingham-based 15-year-old digital tech entrepreneur Kari Lawler is set to pitch in front of UK Space Agency heads in June after winning the UK Space SatelLife Challenge 2018. The Challenge was launched by the UK Space Agency, offering the chance for 11-22-year-olds to get expert advice around their ideas on how satellites can improve life on Earth....