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Begbroke Science Park's Professor Alex Halliday receives 2016 Harry H. Hess Medal


Professor Alex Halliday from the Department of Earth Sciences was recently awarded the 2016 Harry H. Hess Medal, a significant honour of the American Geophysical Union.

This leading medal is awarded to recognise “outstanding achievements in research on the constitution and evolution of the Earth and other planets.”

O.C.E. Technology’s Debug Tool Approved for European Space Agency’s Next Generation Navigation Technology


O.C.E. Technology (www.ocetechnology.com), an Irish software company, today announced that its debug tool (DMON) has been approved by the European Space Agency (ESA) to support its latest navigation processor, the AGGA-4.

Birmingham duo recognised as leading women in tech


Two female entrepreneurs based at Innovation Birmingham Campus have been recognised at the latest Silicon Canal and West Midlands Women of the Year awards as industry leaders in the technology sector.

Pauline Roche, Managing Director at RnR Organisation, was awarded the West Midlands Women of the Year award for Outstanding Contribution to Technology with Faye Pressly, Chief Operating Officer at Vanti picking up the Silicon Canal award for Most Influential Female in Technology.

Kelda Technology pushes ahead with global growth plans after new appointment


Pioneering start-up Kelda Technology has hired a new business development manager to help with its ambitious global growth plans. 

The Southampton-based organisation has appointed Andy Mosedale to build on the success of 2016 by increasing sales for its cutting-edge shower system that uses half the amount of water and energy of a traditional shower and slashes water bills.

Sci-Tech Daresbury supports the Business of Science


Leading innovators and businesses have backed an industry event showcasing the importance of scientific discovery.

University announces first tenants of Thames Valley Science Park


An innovative cluster of technology-led companies has been announced as the first tenants of the Thames Valley Science Park.

The ‘Gateway' building at the University of Reading's Thames Valley Science Park is expected to open in August this year and will provide 70,000 square foot of specialist space for innovation led and technology based companies. Approximately 20 companies are expected to fill the building, including:

Sci-Tech Daresbury attracts record number of companies in 2016

Sci-Tech Daresbury welcomed a record number of businesses to its science and innovation campus in 2016, it has been revealed.

THEYA Healthcare Selected as a Supplier to the NHS in the UK


THEYA Healthcare (www.theyahealthcare.com), the award-winning Irish medical device company, today announced that it has been selected as an official supplier to the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK.

Lollipop invention lights the way for safer crossing patrols


A talented inventor has developed the first upgrade to the school crossing patrol sign in five decades and believes lives could be saved as a result.

Water Technology Firm in Southampton participates in Research into World's Shallow Seas


A water technology company based in Hampshire is playing an international role in building a better understanding of our planet’s shallow seas.

The measurement of underwater terrain by DHI is part of an 18-month project in partnership with Digital Globe and Proteus GEO and funded by the European Space Agency.