O.C.E. Technology and European Space Agency Commence €500K project to develop new real-time operating system for satellites
O.C.E. Technology (www.ocetechnology.com) today announced that it is to develop a new real-time operating system in collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA). The €500,000 project is expected to take 18 months to complete.
MEPC has completed the preparation of six acres of prime development land at Silverstone Park. The land is already included in MEPC’s 2.1m sq ft of new planning consent and can therefore accommodate a range of potential uses from a gym and a nursery to offices, industrial units and/or a hotel.
The six acre site is situated at the main entrance to Silverstone Park, opposite its Innovation Centre and close to the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit.
● Engine Shed will partner with ACH and Barton Hill Settlement in new community project
● The one-year pilot will bring business support to under-represented communities
● An “Entrepreneurial Facilitator” will be appointed to support both new and established businesses
Specialist design and experience consultancy Glue Studio is set to expand its partnership with new Travis Perkins construction venture BUILT/, a drive-thru experience for builders providing competitively fixed priced supplies and a faster way to get materials to building sites.
Four rising stars in the Leeds digital technology scene have been given a boost after winning up to a year’s free desk space and specialist business growth support at Bruntwood’s new tech incubator at Platform.
A health social enterprise and video platform, a tourism running app developer and two software management companies are the first digital innovators and entrepreneurs to win the prestigious prize at the landmark city centre building.
New 3D approach to X-ray imaging recognised as part of Oxfordshire Business Award
The Rt Hon Lord Henley, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) endorsed the UK’s first Life Sciences Opportunities Zone during a visit to Charnwood Campus, Loughborough recently.
University of Birmingham scientists are working with partners at the Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health (GIBH), China, to develop new drugs that could help tackle global epidemics.
Seven new companies, based on scientific research carried out at the University, were established in 2017 and five have located themselves at Unit DX, based near Bristol Temple Meads railway station, which has been working closely with the University and its SETsquared incubator to help new businesses thrive.