Caption: Kaveh Zanjani of Central IT Support with Janet Bunch from the Blythe Valley Innovation Centre
A rapidly-expanding IT company has increased its turnover by £2 million since moving to a business park near Solihull three years ago.
One of the UK’s leading science parks is introducing new pink LED plant growth lighting in its five large blocks of glasshouse cubicles that will cut carbon emissions by almost half.
As part of its on-going investment in environmental sustainability, the National Agri-Food Innovation Campus (NAFIC), near York, is replacing more than 600 incandescent metal halide plant growth lights with LED light units.
Ploughshare Innovations, the technology transfer office for the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD), has relocated today to a new purpose-built science park at Porton Down near Salisbury
OSI builds on links with Park as second occupier of prestigious Schrödinger Building
Pictured: Dirk Schafer (left) with Simon Davis
A rapidly expanding Warwickshire technology company, which provides property firms with mapped information on sites across the UK, is on target to hit 100,000 users by the summer after clinching a major contract.
UKSPA members - Bridge Fibre - have been working closely with Culham Science Centre to provide a high speed broadband connection to all of the Park's clients.
Bridge Fibre have 30 Science Park clients across the UK and are ideally placed to offer a range of connectivity solutions to meet the individual needs of the Park's tennants.
Culham Science Centre is a complex and sophisticated site, being home to the UKAEA - the UK centre for research into Fusion Energy commercial tenancy.
Peter Gagg of MCP with Janet Bunch from the Blythe Valley Innovation Centre
University of Birmingham to lead Midlands Innovation Commercialisation of Research Accelerator (MICRA)
10th April 2018: The University of Birmingham is to lead a connected system of incubators and accelerators that will drive jobs and economic growth across the Midlands region, following a £5 million award announced today by Research England.
The award will establish MICRA as the largest formal technology transfer collaboration in the UK, providing a single gateway to the collective intellectual property (IP) resources from the eight Midlands Innovation universities - Aston, Birmingham, Cranfield, Keele, Leicester, Loughborough, Nottingham and Warwick.
Carl Potter has been confirmed as new Midlands Regional Senior Director (RSD), taking over from Ian Stringer when he steps down from the role in May.
Ian will remain a director with the company and will focus on providing advice to a specific portfolio of clients.
The University of Wolverhampton’s new Science Centre has been nominated in two categories in the region’s premier property and construction awards.
The £10.1m centre located at the University of Wolverhampton Science Park, which was completed late last year, has been nominated in two of the eight categories for the RICS (Royal Institute for Chartered Surveyors) Awards 2108, West Midlands.
Designed by Fairhursts Design Group and built by Clegg Construction, the building has been nominated in the Design by Innovation category and the Regeneration category.