Engine Shed is launching the Scale Up Generator website, in partnership with West of England Growth Hub, to help growing companies find the support they need.
Manchester-based tax specialist, R&D Tax Solutions Ltd, has formed a partnership with United Kingdom Science Park Association (UKSPA) to offer its members assistance with research and development projects.
Pictured: from left - Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Pat Richie and Professor John Burn
The first phase of progress on a £50 million home for business, academics and the public, which will put the UK at the forefront of AI, digital economy and Ageing Society is being marked today.
The Rt Hon Greg Clark, MP, the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has been to the roof of Newcastle University’s National Innovation Centre to mark the completion of the exterior.
University of Birmingham researchers one step closer to developing eye drops for age-related macular degeneration
Scientists at the University of Birmingham, UK, are one step closer to developing an eye drop that could revolutionise treatment for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
AMD is the leading cause of blindness in the developed world. Its prevalence is increasing dramatically as the population ages and it is estimated that, by 2020, there will be about 200 million people worldwide with the condition. In the UK alone, there are over 500,000 people with late stage AMD.
Discovery Park Tenant - Clinical Venture Services pioneers potentially life-changing medical solution for high blood pressure
Science business Clinical Venture Services (CVS), based at Discovery Park, has pioneered a potentially life-changing trial which uses a device-based solution as an alternative to lifelong drug treatment for managing high blood pressure.
The start-up company, which moved to Discovery Park last year, was contracted by medical device company, ReCor Medical to run a study to explore how the device could improve the condition.
University of Birmingham spinout, Smart Antenna Technologies Ltd (SAT), has appointed James Li as General Manager for the company’s operations in China.
James will be based at Smart Antenna’s new office and testing facility at the National Innovation Park in Suzhou, China. The company intends to have up to 50 people at the facility within 2 years.
Image shows l-r: Diane Fisher, Business/Careers Leader & Scott Wade, Deputy Headteacher, Kingsthorpe College; Roz Bird, Commercial Director, Silverstone Park; Julia Muir, CEO, Gaia Innovation; Neil Patterson, Principal, Silverstone UTC; Andy McGinnes, Headteacher & Pete Roberts, Deputy Headteacher, Buckingham School.
Caption: Janet Bunch from the Blythe Valley Innovation Centre (left) with Lindsay Barnett from MCP Consulting Group
An international consultancy firm based in the West Midlands has added an extra service to support its SME clients.