Pictured at NovaUCD, the Centre for New Ventures and Entrepreneurs at University College Dublin where OncoMark is headquartered are Des O'Leary, CEO, OncoMark and Professor John Crown, CMO, OncoMark. (Nick Bradshaw, Fotonic).
Caption: Rob Milnes, CEO of Fertility Focus, with the app and Jane Talbot, centre manager at the Warwick Innovation Centr
A Warwick company which was launched to help women become pregnant is set to start an additional large-scale clinical study in the UK and USA.
Three expanding companies are to relocate to larger workspaces within a flourishing innovation centre in south Hampshire, following a £7 million extension which opens last week.
They currently operate out of Fareham Innovation Centre’s original £5.3m building, which opened three years ago with 24 offices and 15 light-manufacturing workshops.
More than 40 businesses from the marine, engineering and aerospace sectors rapidly filled the building by Solent Airport, with near 100% occupancy achieved within 12 months.
A science based business at Discovery Park has expanded to meet growing demand for its work in providing expertise in the management of outsourced activities in bioanalysis and logistics.
A4P was set up in 2011 with just two members of staff. They now have six staff located at their Sandwich office with a further two employees based remotely in Cambridge and Munich supporting international clients.
Disruptive fingerprint technology company Touch Biometrix has secured funding to progress its plans to eradicate the need for computer and mobile phone passwords.
The initial £150,000 seed investment from Deepbridge Capital will enable the business to develop new fingerprint sensos which will revolutionise a range of consumer electronics and enhance security for users.
Pictured at NovaUCD are; Tom Flanagan, Director of Enterprise and Commercialisation, UCD; Matt Johnson, founder, EPIC Conjoint; Paul O'Connor, founder, This is Seaweed and Brian Whelan, founder, Travacoin (Image: Nick Bradshaw, Fotonic).
Innovation Birmingham-based 15-year-old digital tech entrepreneur Kari Lawler is set to pitch in front of UK Space Agency heads in June after winning the UK Space SatelLife Challenge 2018.
The Challenge was launched by the UK Space Agency, offering the chance for 11-22-year-olds to get expert advice around their ideas on how satellites can improve life on Earth.