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  • 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...
  • How can co-innovation be fostered in the life science and technology sectors? Phil Kemp, Chief Executive, Bruntwood SciTech The Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research’s recent study on innovation highlighted the rising costs associated with bringing new products and processes into the world. The report demonstrated that today’s companies are investing...
  • MIRA Technology Park, Europe’s leading automotive development and R&D cluster, is celebrating after winning the ‘Setting the Pace’ Award at the UK Science Park Association (UKSPA) Awards 2019. The UKSPA Awards, which took place as part of the 35th Anniversary Conference, were presented last night (Tuesday 2nd April) in Birmingham. The event brought together UKSPA...