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  • OxyMem (www.oxymem.com), the University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out company, has won the Overall Excellence in Intellectual Property Award at the Intellectual Property (IP) Awards 2014. In addition the company also won the Tech IP Award. The Awards were presented to company co-founder Professor Eoin Casey at the Intellectual Property Conference and Awards 2014...
  • About Alderley Park - Key Facts The 400 acre site is the largest R&D site of its kind in the UK, comprising:   Over 45,000 m2 of state-of-the-art laboratory and research facilities. Extensive office space, meeting rooms and the conference centre, which offers corporate hospitality facilities, exhibition space and a 150-seater auditorium. The BioHub...
  • A developer of stem cell organ regenerative medicine which was built on the foundations of a ground breaking operation which saved a ten year old boy’s life has secured funding totalling £3.1m.  Youngster Ciaran Finn-Lynch was critically ill with a rare condition that meant he had a narrow windpipe (trachea) which resulted in difficulties breathing. He had...
  • Cardiff University has revealed ambitious plans to boost economic growth in Wales with the creation of a new innovation-led campus. The plans include the construction of four new research centres at former industrial space on the University’s Maindy Road site. The proposed centres include the construction of the world‘s first Social Science Research Park; an...
  • New ultra-high quality gold nanoparticles developed by Cambridge Science Park tenant Innova Biosciences are set to make assay development a lot simpler as well as improving the sensitivity of immunoassays. Gold nanoparticles are used in many applications such as lateral flow point-of-care assays, microscopy, flow cytometry, Raman spectroscopy and dynamic light...