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.
Culham is home to JET – the Joint European Torus – the world’s largest fusion experiment, which the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) operates for scientists around Europe. The Duke of York toured JET and learned of its role in paving the way for fusion reactors which could one day provide low-carbon energy to people around the globe. He was shown round the JET facility by officials from UKAEA, EUROfusion (the consortium that manages the JET research programme) and the European Commission.
Image: Stuart Martin, CEO of the Satellite Applications Catapult
THE DYNAMISM and drive of North East businesses is what sets them apart from other UK companies working within the space sector, according to a national space industry leader.
Lunar Society partners with Birmingham Chamber of Commerce to showcase tech innovations in the health and wellbeing sector
Image: the flagship i-Centrum building at the Innovation Birmingham Campus
Birmingham’s Lunar Society has partnered with the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce to host a showcase of the city’s brightest entrepreneurs driving innovation in the health sector through technology.
Image: From left to right, Neil Loxley CEO of IBEX, a new tenant at Explorer, Brian Archer, Business Durham’s MD, Stuart Martin, CEO of Satellite Applications Catapult, Coun Bill Kellett, chairman of Durham County Council, and Ken Williamson, chief operating officer of PragmatIC, another new tenant at Explorer.
St John’s Innovation Centre is a partner for the recently launched fully funded MERLIN (Methodologies for Researcher Led Innovations) project aimed to support ICT (Information and Commu
The Babraham Research Campus is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Karolina Zapadka as Business Acceleration Manager for the Babraham Research Campus’ bio-incubator and life science accelerator, Accelerate@Babraham.
Karolina is a highly experienced biotech business developer, biophysical science consultant and physical chemist, who has been part of the Cambridge life science ecosystem for over eight years.
A bold sculpture specially designed to be visible on satellite imagery has been installed at the new gateway to one of the country’s leading science parks.
A global automotive technology company has moved to MIRA Technology Park after expanding its testing services to the UK.
Boston-based ClearMotion will soon be taking residency at the base on the A5, the leading automotive technology park and Enterprise Zone in the country.The firm creates predictive road-sensing technology and hopes to use MIRA’s skills, test, and development infrastructure to better access and expand its EU customer base.
Fuel3D, which develops innovative 3D scanning solutions across a range of industries, is relocating its UK headquarters to The Oxford Science Park, one of the UK's leading parks for science and technology companies. Expected to move in during June, Fuel3D will be the first occupier of the Park’s new Schrödinger Building, which will accommodate both office and laboratory facilities. The move marks an important phase of the company’s growth plans, and the innovative culture at The Oxford Science Park and the local cluster will play an important role in its expansion.