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  • Bristol-based life sciences and tech hub Future Space has welcomed medical diagnostics company Vitamica as a new resident. Just over a year old, the spin-out from the University of Bristol is developing a novel diagnostic technology to test pathogenic bacteria for susceptibility to antibiotics within just one hour. Last month, Vitamica joined the innovation hub...
  • Mogrify Ltd (Mogrify), a UK company aiming to transform the future development of cell therapies, today announced that it has moved to the Bio-Innovation Centre at the Cambridge Science Park, following the appointment of 15 new staff to its scientific and management teams including, Dr. Karin Schmitt as Chief Business Officer and Joe Foster as Chief Operating Officer...
  • Bridge Fibre, the Cambridge-based leader in Gigabit Fibre Internet Access services for multi-tenanted commercial property, and TusPark UK, a subsidiary company of Tusholdings, who has the largest global innovation network, announce their first collaboration to deliver Gigabit connectivity to the tenants of two new buildings on Cambridge Science Park. Bridge Fibre has...
  •   Unit DX Members Raise £20m+ in Two Years On its second anniversary, Bristol science incubator Unit DX has announced significant growth of the city’s science cluster. Its members have raised over £20m of investment since opening, whose technologies span biosciences, materials science, chemistry and quantum technologies. Unit DX has reached 100% occupancy and...
  • The partners in the Sci-Tech Daresbury joint venture have signed an Armed Forces Covenant demonstrating their commitment to helping veterans find new work and skills following the end of their service. It means that Liverpool City Region’s world-leading science and innovation campus will now support the employment of all veterans in securing roles that match their...