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Children predict future inventions for NETPark time capsule

 

SYNTHETIC computer gel skin and a device that absorbs polluted air were just two of the predictions on children’s minds when they were asked to think about what the inventions of the future might be.

The children, from Hardwick Primary School, in Sedgefield, were asked to write their inventive insights on letters as part of a competition among their classmates.

Keele University recruiting Park Manager

Keele University Science and Innobation Business Park are recruiing a Science and Innovation Park Manager,

The job outline is detailed below. Further information including the job description  can be accessed below.

Job details

Job title Science and Innovation Park Manager

Job reference KU00000543

Date posted 18/07/2017

Application closing date 03/08/2017

Location Keele University Campus Salary Grade 6, Starting salary £26,052 Job category/type Administration and Reception Services Job description

Council Cabinet members ‘meet and greet’ Chesterford Research Park lifescience organisations

 


Chesterford Research Park welcomes Uttlesford District Council Cabinet members as part of a special visit organised by INVEST Essex.

Brexit consultancy contract for Portsmouth Technopole Company

 

A specialist in UK immigration law has been awarded a Brexit consultancy contract by a global producer of ethically-sourced handmade cosmetics. 

Scientists at Roslin BioCentre are developing a new approach to cancer research using stem cell technology.

Censo Biotechnologies in collaboration with the Leeds Institute of Cancer and Pathology at the University of Leeds, Censo will create induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) from brain tumours removed from patients as part of their clinical treatment.  The stem cells will be used in the project to identify drugs which could prevent or limit the growth of brain cancer cells. 

Moredun’s Julie Fitzpatrick receives Honorary Doctorate of Science from Edinburgh Napier University.

 

Professor Julie Fitzpatrick the Scientific Director of the Moredun Research Institute and Chief Executive of the Moredun Group,  also holds a Chair in Food Security in the College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow. 

Wright Hassall named best regional law firm in the UK

 

Wright Hassall has been named as the nation’s leading regional law firm at the legal industry’s prestigious national awards ceremony.

The Leamington-based firm beat off rivals from across Britain to take the crown at The Lawyer Awards 2017 – the Oscars of the legal industry.

Oxford Science Park's extreme lunchbreak

 

           

Extreme lunchbreak as 1,500+ people who work at The Oxford Science Park enjoy paella and fun fair at annual summer party

ADP reveals plans for new science building at the University of Leeds

 

ADP has submitted a detailed planning application for a new £96 million science building on behalf of the University of Leeds. The project is the largest single investment that the University has made in recent history.  

NETPark’s road to success

 

WORK has begun on infrastructure works which will form a key part of major expansion plans at a North East science park.

Dignitaries from Durham County Council and the North East LEP were among those who gathered (June 28) to mark the construction of the 1km road, which will access a further 26 acres of development land at the North East Technology Park (NETPark) in Sedgefield, County Durham.