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XenoGesis opens new laboratories and offices at BioCity's Discovery Building

Image: Richard Weaver, XenoGesis

Leading DMPK/ADME provider, XenoGesis has celebrated the official opening of its new laboratories and offices at BioCity Nottingham’s state-of-the-art Discovery Building. 

The University of Warwick students who designed a new product - in their summer holidays

Four University of Warwick undergraduates made the most of their summer holiday – by designing a new product that could change the way electric motors are taught.

Sam Stephens, Diego Del Hoyo, Chathurya Manchanayake and Mike Cresswell spent a six-week summer internship with Wellesbourne-based engineering consultancy FluxSys via a programme run by the University of Warwick, funded by Santander.

MEPC lets over 40,000 sq ft in August at Silverstone Park

MEPC has successfully let a further 41,000 sq ft of commercial property at Silverstone Park in August after four more businesses – three of them operating in high tech engineering – chose to locate to the rapidly expanding business estate.

The latest lettings are expected to create more than 50 new jobs on site…

MSP sets sights on US for international life science investment in Manchester

Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) is targeting global life science companies in the US. A team from MSP led by Managing Director Tom Renn will be visiting Philadelphia and Boston to meet key contacts and prospects following the major announcement earlier this year that a world-leading precision medicine hub will be created in Manchester at its Citylabs campus.

Multi-million pound project will put Devon at the forefront of solving global enironmental and big data challenges

A £6.4 million initiative to boost Devon’s expertise in solving future global environmental and big data challenges has formally launched in Exeter - The Environmental Futures & Big Data Impact Lab (Impact Lab).

Local authorities secure £1.2m for innovation challenge

Durham County Council and Blaenau Gwent Borough Council have launched a call for technology businesses to develop innovative solutions that can capture and analyse data to transform Local Authority service delivery. Development funding is provided under the GovTech Catalyst Fund scheme and the competition opens for applications on 24 September.

University of Bath and South Gloucestershire Council team up to buy Bristol & Bath Science Park

The University of Bath and South Gloucestershire Council have teamed up to successfully purchase the Bristol & Bath Science Park in a joint £18 million bid. The new owners will use their complementary strengths, expertise and networks to fully realise the Park’s potential as a centre of excellence for research and development across the region.

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Kent Renewal Energy Plant at Discovery Park has successfully commenced operations

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is pleased to announce that the combined heat and power plant (CHP) Kent Renewable Energy, with a capacity of 27 MW, has successfully commenced operations.

BioHub Birmingham develops new incubator space to meet increasing demand for biomedical facilities

The BioHub Birmingham® is constructing 5,000sq ft of self-contained laboratory and office suites to meet an increasing demand for biomedical incubator space.

The BioHub opened in 2015 and its shared facilities on the ground floor are now operating at capacity. 

Potter Clarkson's London expansion

Potter Clarkson has announced its recent investment in a new London presence following the acquisition of specialist trade mark practice Wildbore and Gibbons. Established for more than 130 years, Potter Clarkson are delighted to bring on board the pedigree and experience of their attorneys to further enhancetheir trade mark offering.