Hertfordshire-based start-up business Ryeharvest, based on the Rothamsted campus in Harpenden, are launching their innovative, eco-friendly, plastic-free energy snacks this month.
The products are designed to be waterproof, fully-edible, high-energy snacks and are also vegetarian. Just wash and go!
Scancell Holdings plc (AIM: SCLP), the developer of novel immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer and infectious disease, has expanded its R&D capabilities by taking new laboratory and office space in the Bellhouse Building at The Oxford Science Park...
Pictured: Mandy Ridyard (Produmax), Tracy Brabin, Sir Roger Marsh and Jeremy Ridyard (Produmax).
The West Yorkshire Innovation Network gains momentum with support from the Mayor of West Yorkshire and announcement of new Chair
The Mayor of West Yorkshire has marked the...
Liverpool Science Park proudly collected the Health and Innovation award, at the 16th annual Downtown in Business City of Liverpool Business Awards (COLBA).
Liverpool Science Park, KQ Liverpool and Sciontec attended the Downtown City of Liverpool Business Awards, which...
Construction of No.1 Birmingham Health Innovation Campus (BHIC) in Selly Oak is underway, marking a major milestone for the region’s rapidly growing life sciences sector.
The development of No.1 BHIC forms the first phase of a ten year masterplan for...
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