SETsquared has been ranked as the top university business incubator in Europe for the third year running.
SCIENTISTS OF THE FUTURE TAKE FIRST STEP TO CAREER SUCCESS AT DISCOVERY PARK
Discovery Park has delivered much success for East Kent in the three years since it took over the site, continuing the scientific expertise that has been part of the site’s history for decades,
With 2,300 jobs and 125 firms – there were five originally – it has put Sandwich in the same league as Oxford and Cambridge for scientific excellence but that is only half the story.
€100,000 to be shared across seven low carbon start-ups on Innovation Birmingham’s accelerator programme
€100,000 (£72,484) of initial investment cash is being shared across seven start-ups on Innovation Birmingham’s Low Carbon Accelerator programme, which is part of the European-funded Climate-KIC initiative.
The low carbon start-ups pitched for the investment funding, in front of a panel of three industry judges. The process was facilitated by one of the programme’s Entrepreneur s in Residence.
TV And Film Production On The Increase At York Science Park As Residents Get Busy Behind The Camera
A raft of companies resident on York Science Park are in the midst of filming at the moment as footage to be used in a range of videos, TV programmes and films is captured to meet the increasing demand for visual media.
University College Dublin (UCD), today announced the launch of its strategy for research, innovation and impact until 2020. The strategy will see the university organise around its major research themes of agri-food; culture, economy and society; energy; environment; ICT; and health.
UCD will grow its presence and its external strategic engagements in each of these themes over the period of the strategy.
The quality of UCD’s research and innovation is apparent in, for example
Innovation Birmingham Campus-based e-learning company GuyKat receives a £50,000 Regional Growth Fund grant
Learning technology specialist GuyKat Solutions has received a £50,000 grant from The Birmingham Post Growth Fund to contribute towards a £200,000 investment plan.
The company – established at the Innovation Birmingham Campus five years ago – produces tailored corporate training for delivery online. The training is animated, interactive, self-paced and blends gaming elements with voice-led instruction and video.
Two entrepreneurial firms have signed up to a thriving business hub in Portsmouth - with a third expanding on site.
They are the latest companies to make five-storey Portsmouth Technopole the nerve centre for their commercial operations.
The arrivals of Queue-Safe and Abacus e-media, along with a fourth office for long-standing occupier Bladez Toyz, means the 20,000 sq ft building has just two offices available for occupation.
Two new laboratory lettings at Liverpool Science Park have further boosted the city region’s thriving £1.7bn life sciences sector and added to the diverse mix of technology tenants.
Lab space at Liverpool Science Park’s new £8m wing of Innovation Centre 1 (ic1) is now more than 70 per cent full following the addition of two new bioscience businesses - Nano Biosols and Gemini Biosciences.
With close links to the University of Liverpool, both companies are developing products and services to support biomedical and life sciences research.
A planning application has been submitted for a purpose-designed centre to make it easy for SMEs to engage with Birmingham’s five universities. The Universities Centre will be developed on land within Innovation Birmingham’s Faraday Wharf site.
The Innovation Birmingham Campus community and Thomas Vale Construction workers on the iCentrum® development combined forces today to raise over £250 for ‘Wear It Pink’ day, to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Innovation Birmingham organised a raffle and cake sale to support the cause, and money was donated by all those wearing something pink for the day.