Late last year Speyroc Ltd completed the purchase of the head lease on Kelvin Campus this brings the total number of buildings under their management across West of Scotland Science Park to 11. There are now over 50 technology companies within their portfolio covering a wide range of sectors.
Kelvin Campus is one of two campuses which make up the West of Scotland Science park. The Science Park is a partnership between Scottish Enterprise and the Universities of Glasgow and Strathclyde.
Rothamsted Conference Centre has become the newest accredited member of independent venue consortium Venues of Excellence (VofE).
Rothamsted Conference Centre, part of the world-renowned Rothamsted Research institute, has been awarded VofE accreditation in recognition of its high-quality facilities and excellent customer service.
Entrepreneurship, open innovation & collaboration to be addressed by Discovery Park Chairman this autumn
Martino Picardo to speak at CRACK IT Showcase, Pharma Integrates & CRUK Innovation Summit 2019
Liverpool Science Park Celebrates ‘Largest Letting Since 2014’ As It Welcomes The MTC To The Campus
Liverpool Science Park (LSP) has announced that it has exchanged contracts with the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC),as part of its largest non-education letting since the newest of the three LSP buildings opened in 2014.
Pictured L-R: Michele Hill-Perkins QMU, Pedro Cutillas QMU / Kinomica founder, Jane Theaker Kinomica CEO,
Dr. Claire Brown BioCity investment director, David Britton Kinomica CSO / founder.
Bristol-based innovation centre Future Space has reached full capacity after welcoming a number of new leading-edge companies in a further boost to the region’s fast-growth, tech and life sciences sectors.
The University of Strathclyde has welcomed the start of work on a new manufacturing district in Renfrewshire which will create thousands of new jobs for the sector.
The Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) will be based next to Glasgow Airport and is expected to put Renfrewshire at the heart of Scotland’s manufacturing industry, estimated to create up to 6,000 jobs and boost Scotland’s manufacturing sector by £535million in GVA a year.
Research from University of Birmingham shows new antimicrobial coating could be key to fighting hospital acquired infections
New Antimicrobial Coating Could be Key in Fight Against Hospital-Acquired Infections
Scientists at the University of Birmingham have created an antimicrobial coating for steel surfaces which has proven to rapidly kill bacteria that cause some of the most common hospital-acquired infections.
Sphere Fluidics, a company commercializing single cell analysis systems underpinned by its patented picodroplet technology, announced today that it has opened a new office space at Granta Park in Cambridgeshire, UK. The new facilities support the Company’s accelerated expansion and accommodate its plans for further growth.