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  • Peter Wilkin Organics is the latest tenant to join Kent Science Park (KSP), taking up the first section of shared laboratory space designed to accommodate entrepreneurs and start-ups. Peter Wilkin Organics is a natural and organic cosmetics company, which specialises in the synergy of organic plants as ingredients. The first product ‘Sooth & Relax: Bath Salt’ is...
  • The Water Innovation Network (WIN), a partnership between Anglian Water and Opportunity Peterborough, is inviting innovators from businesses large and small to a workshop next month to learn more about AMP6. Challenges and changes in the next AMP will be discussed with senior speakers from the Anglian Water supply chain and asset management team leading...
  • On the 26th June, Kent Science Park invited almost 150 children from four schools in Swale to visit the park and enjoy an exciting and educational science show filled with fascinating experiments. The Science Museum’s Outreach Team conducted the experiments, as part of Kent Science Park’s annual “Science is Fun” initiative, which started in March during Science and...
  • The British public has chosen how to prevent the rise of resistance to antibiotics as the challenge for the Longitude Prize 2014. The aim of the £10 million prize fund is to find a way to stop the rise of resistance to antibiotics within five years. The challenge is to create a cost-effective, accurate, rapid, and easy-to-use test for bacterial infections...
  • A new guide that sets out the full range of access to finance options for start-ups has been launched. The Business Finance Guide guide, produced by the British Business Bank and Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), sets out the full range of debt and equity finance options for businesses, from start-up to listing on the stock exchange....