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  •   Brother and sister Jack and Sarah McCaffrey are elite athletes, both having won an All-Ireland GAA medal playing football for Dublin this September.   Is it genetics that has led to the siblings’ prowess in sport? That’s the type of question – not just for elite athletes but for people in general – researchers are trying to unravel in Ireland’s first...
  •   After just over a year and a half of discussions, consultations and planning PraxisUnico and Auril have formally announced the launch of their new organisation and identity at their annual Auril conference in Bristol on the 5th and 6th October 2017. PraxisAuril CEO, Maxine Ficarra commented “It has been a real privilege and a pleasure for both the PraxisUnico...
  •   Longstanding UKSPA business affiliate Wright Hassall has announced its first thought-leaders round table event for science and technology parks, to be hosted at their offices in Leamington Spa on Thursday 2nd November 2017.  They promise it will not be lectures from lawyers, but a chance for those attending to talk around issues that affect the...
  •   BEIS has confirmed the following consortia will be undertaking their SIA in the third wave. The twelve consortia that will be part of the 3rd wave of SIAs are: • Cyber Resilience Alliance (led by Worcestershire LEP with support from The Marches, Gloucestershire and Swindon and Wiltshire LEPs) • Maximising the Marine Economy of the Highlands & Islands...
  •   Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson today (12 October 2017) outlined his vision to secure the UK’s status as a pioneering nation and called for universities to secure more return from the research conducted by institutions across the UK. Speaking at the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (HEFCE) annual conference, Jo Johnson reinforced the...