16 entrepreneurs were given the platform to realise their ambitions by exhibiting and pitching for significant investment to develop their innovative ideas and push them out to a wider market.
The merging of the pioneering medical and tech industries has created a wealth of opportunities, which is something the inaugural Med Tech Investment Showcase explored yesterday (2 March) in London.
Evonetix, a spin out company from Cambridge Consultants Ltd, choose Chesterford Research Park as location from which to continue to grow
Start-up developing and commercialising a new approach to the synthesis of DNA has taken two suites in Science Village
Chesterford Research Park is delighted to confirm that Evonetix has taken two suites within Science Village – an innovative, energy efficient building offering individual R&D suites from 1,515 sq ft to 1,993 sq ft.
A health app development company in Warwick has been presented with a prestigious industry award.
Evolyst has won a Medilink West Midlands Healthcare Business Award, which recognises the region’s most innovative and successful medical and healthcare companies.
A flourishing innovation centre for start-up and early-stage firms in the South is to have a £6m-plus extension to meet commercial demand.
Healthcare innovators have the power to improve and save lives by developing products such as prosthetic limbs and wearables for conditions such as respiratory attacks and hip fractures.
Taking these innovations to the next level by securing funding is a fundamental requirement for success. This is the aim of Wessex Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) and SETsquared, who have joined forces along with the AHSNs from across the south coast, to help entrepreneurs change lives for the better by putting on a showcase event.
Following the publication of the review of its first three years, and the submission of the planning application for Engine Shed 2, the Engine Shed team are recruiting to scale up its own activities.
Engine Shed, the collaboration between Bristol City Council and the University of Bristol hosts, among other things, the global no. 1 business incubator, SETsquared.
The next phase in ambitious plans to attract more high-tech, fast growing companies to one of the country’s leading science parks gets underway today.