Manchester's first open access laboratory has been launched [9 Oct 17]; providing early-stage biotech and medtech companies, as well as entrepreneurial individual scientists, with unrestricted, pay-as-you-go access to state-of-the-art facilities and multi-million pound equipment.
BASE Bordon Innovation Centre at historic Broxhead House, Whitehill & Bordon, East Hampshire. The enterprise hub, geared at start-ups and growth firms, is run by Oxford Innovation and opens in November 2017. There are 31 offices on flexible rental terms, along with co-working space, meeting rooms for hire and virtual offices.
A science company focused on using algae to meet the growing demand for health-promoting ingredients, has expanded into a new science production facility at Discovery Park.
AlgaeCytes has developed a process that captures the properties of algae to produce high value ingredients for the health and personal care markets and intends to use its new space to scale up production to meet demand.
The University of Wolverhampton recently showcased its investment in a new £10 million Science Centre addition on its Science Park to potential tenants recently.
Almost 50 visitors toured the new three-storey Science, Technology and Prototyping facility which was recently completed by Clegg Construction and provides a unique combination of laboratory, workshop and high-specification office spaces.
Birmingham-based EdTech start-up company Enploy has pledged its support for the region’s young talent in a bid to get more people ready for the world of work by developing their entrepreneurial way of thinking.
The company, based at the Innovation Birmingham Campus, has kicked-off the initiative by launching its first six-week programme on 12th October, equipping 25 young people from Aston University and Sandwell College with a greater skillset to prepare for the start of their careers.
A group of University of Birmingham research scientists has received a prestigious Innovators Award from US-based Kenneth Rainin Foundation to fund foundational research in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
Marks & Clerk to partner with Cleantech Innovate 2018
• Leading international intellectual property firm Marks & Clerk partners with clean technology showcase
• Partnership announcement ties in with patent prize draw for event finalists
A Devon marine biologist who influenced a government ban on microbeads in cosmetics to reduce sea pollution will be telling her story to The STEMM Cell delegates at Exeter Science Park.
Innovation Hub Manager
UNIVERSITY OF EAST LONDON
Salary: £39,108 to £43,551
per annum inclusive of London Weighting
Closing Date: Wednesday 25 October 2017
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 large scale research study into the role of genetics on fitness and health.