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  • Mark's & Clerk's Life Sciences Report 2014: Genome 2.0. was launched at the 2014 BIO International Convention in San Diego and examines the state of innovation around the genome and associated -omes. In this year's report, Marks & Clerks have reviewed patent filing data in three key areas: sequencing technology, personalised medicine and synthetic biology....
  • Intelligent Energy – the global power technology company founded on Loughborough University research – today announced confirmation of its Initial Public Offering to trade on the London Stock Exchange. The offer price of 340 pence per share, estimates the total market capitalisation at £639 million ($1.1 billion) – sufficient to qualify for inclusion in the FTSE...
  • Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills visited Tetricus Science Park at Porton Down on Monday 7 July to sign the Swindon and Wiltshire City Deal, which will create 2,000 new jobs in south Wiltshire.  The science park will provide facilities for research, development and advanced skills training for companies specialising in life...
  • OxyMem (www.oxymem.com), a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out, is one of just nine companies established by academic entrepreneurs, to be shortlisted for the sixth annual Academic Enterprise Awards. The Academic Enterprise Awards are the only pan-European awards dedicated to spin-out companies emerging from universities and public research institutes. OxyMem is...
  • Science Minister David Willetts will today (8 July) announce a £52 million investment in new and emerging science talent, creating more than 7,800 education and skills opportunities over a two-year period.   Speaking at a Science Industrial Partnership (SIP) Board meeting – a new consortium of around 100 leading science sector employers -  the Minister will...