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  •   Internship opportunities at growth-hungry enterprises are sought for students studying a range of technical subjects at Lancaster University. Businesses can benefit from fresh ideas and technical skills by accessing a talent pool of more than 4,200 science and technology students with sought-after technical backgrounds in disciplines such as  chemistry...
  • Kent Science Park is pleased to announce the opening of The HUB a communal building providing new cafeteria and conference facilities for its growing number of hi-tech tenants. The £2m building – which officially opens in March – is located alongside the site’s Japanese gardens, and will provide a focal point for the park's tenants and the wider business community...
  • Since the beginning of the first industrial revolution, when pursuing the vision of great entrepreneurs like Isambard Kingdom Brunel, thousands of labourers created canals and railways across the country, connectivity has been key to the UK’s industrial strength. Two hundred years later connectivity is still a critical factor, propelling UK – and indeed global –...
  • A £45 million boost to data and building infrastructure will support major advances in areas such as drug discovery, cancer genetics, regenerative medicine and crop disease prevention over the coming decades.  Bioinformatics - the science of analysing, storing and sharing large biological datasets - is essential to discovering how genes affect the health of...
  • The UKSPA national conference that took place at University of Birmingham attracted well over 600 delegates over the two days, both the conference theatres and exhibition hall were a hive of activity throughout as delegates, speakers and exhibitors came together to learn, network and do business. The two days saw over 80 presentations take place covering topics such...