The presentations (as well as the programme and full delegate list) are available on the UKSPA website at
Our recent Annual Survey and informal discussions with Members indicated that one of the areas we as an Association should be providing for our membership is a Continuing Professional Development Programme.
UKSPA is now accredited with the CPD Certification Service
UKSPA's recent Annual Survey and informal discussions with Members indicated that the Association should be providing Continuing Professional Development Programme.
Fera Science’s Dr Patrick Bonnett Joins David Cameron’s Delegation to Sofia Science & Technology Park
The UKSPA event at Colworth Park is now fully booked - if you are interested in attending our next event please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
could you register as soon as possible. It is likely that regiostration will close on Monday 1 February.
Presentations from Plymouth Science Park. All of the presentations delivered at this month's UKSPA event in Plymouth can now be downloaded from the UKSPA website.
The topics covered a wide range of topics including "The Importance of Place" from Charlotte Heyes of BIS to "National Perspectives on R&D" delivered by Iain Simpson of the R&D Society.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering have been inviting members and collaborators to blog for the CaSE website, setting our their key asks for the Spending Review and the rationale behind it.
UKSPA Vice Chairman Catherine Johns (Innovation and Business Growth Director at Business Durham) has contributed her thoughts, saying that:
The October UKSPA conference is being hosted by Plymouth Science Park on Thursday 15 and Friday 16 October 2015.
There will also be an optional study tour arranged for Thursday morning for those who are travelling to Plymouth on the Wednesday or early Thursday morning.
Presentations made at the UKSPA Conference at Croke Park, Dublin in June 2015 are now avaiilable for download.
Conference Programme and Delegates List
Wednesday 10 June
1.00 - A step closer to the real world. Professor Brian Norton. President, Dublin Institute of Technology