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  • Following an architectural competition for a compelling contemporary design in 2018, involving four first-class international practices, and after open consultation with the local community, The Oxford Science Park has filed for detailed planning permission for a major new phase of development on its Plot 16. Comprising 165,000 sq ft of workspace for offices and...
  • The impact of the collaborative culture at Sci-Tech Daresbury delivered a £20.3m boost in 2018 for companies based at the award-winning science and technology campus.  The total business value - an uplift of £3m on 2017 – is revealed in the latest tenant survey to be conducted by Sci-Tech Daresbury and is evidence that the campus is continuing to achieve its aim...
  • Baroness Nicola Blackwood of North Oxford, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Innovation, has officially opened the Oxford BioEscalator.  The BioEscalator is a new innovation centre for high-potential, early-stage medical science companies co-located alongside Oxford University’s world-class medical research at the Old Road Campus, Headington. It is one...
  • Dr. Fiona Marshall, Global Head of Neuroscience Discovery, MSD visited Newcastle to mark the official launch of The Biosphere. Located at Newcastle Helix, The Biosphere is a specialist lab facility tailored to commercialisation of life sciences. It provides biology and chemistry laboratories and high-quality office space. Dr. Fiona Marshall was joined by Cllr Ged...
  • UK businesses can benefit from £100 million in grants for pioneering research and from £25 million in loans to commercialise their best ideas. The UK’s most innovative businesses can win a share of £125 million to help them turn their most innovative ideas into world-beating products and services. Large and small businesses can take advantage of £100 million...