Bristol start-up Service Robotics Ltd has chosen tech and health innovation hub Future Space as its base as its base to continue its development of a robot companion service for the elderly in the UK to help them to live independently and alleviate loneliness.
Image: Harvey Gardner, Head of Property at Exeter Science Park [Credit: Guy Newman, KOR Communications]
Exeter Science Park has appointed Harvey Gardner as Head of Property to develop and maintain its estate and property.
Norwich Research Park to Receive Outstanding Acheivement Award at the EDP Norfolk Business Award
Caption: Pictured (l-r) are; Professor Mark Ferguson, SFI Director General and Chief Scientific Adviser to the Government of Ireland, Professor Eoin Casey and Dr Orlaigh Quinn, Secretary General, Department Business, Enterprise and Innovation
Photo captions (left to right): Susannah Richardson, of IFS-mplsystems, with Jane Talbot, centre manager at the Warwick Innovation Centre.
A Warwick technology firm which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to transform contact centres and improve the customer service experience is expanding as it grows its client base across the UK and overseas.
Pictured: Neil and Fiona Stevenson, of NEJ Stevenson
Image: Alex Toft (front, centre) with companies and investors at the event
Hannah Bourne, Assistant Centre Manager at Fareham Innovation Centre in south Hampshire, welcomes Mark Graves, Managing Director, Marine Training, Marine & Technology, for Babcock. Babcock’s Marine Training has signed up to eight offices, covering 464 sq m, at Fareham Innovation Centre’s new £7 million extension, and will make the new facility its operational base with staff relocating in phases from sites across the UK. The centre is run by UKSPA member Oxford Innovation.
Fastest growing workplace wellness programme in the NHS strikes deal with leading occupational health software provider
Birmingham-based award-winning digital health tech company Kaido has landed a partnership deal with Cohort Software, the largest occupational health software provider in the UK.
Kaido, the fastest growing workplace wellness programme in the NHS, focuses on providing innovative technology-driven solutions to promote employee wellness, with the ‘Kaido Wellbeing’ product set to address the physical, mental and social wellbeing of employees from Cohort Software client organisations from March 2019.
Cabinet Minister Brandon Lewis, MP recently visited the University of Leicester and the National Space Centre in order to see at first hand how the region is at the cutting edge of Life Science and Space research and innovation.
The minister learned about forthcoming developments in the the UK Space industry and was given an update on the plans for Space Park Leicester - a partnership between the University of Leicester, Leicester City Council and the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLP).