Design Council to speak at new cleantech event
Following a record period of growth, recently rebranded Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) has added to its senior management team to oversee the continuing plans and strategy for Alderley Park, Cheshire and the core Manchester Corridor sites.
BioVale has secured over £10m of investment to help develop the region as an international centre for bioeconomy innovation and development. The funding will be used to provide dedicated office and laboratory facilities and specialised training for bio-based industry.
DEFRA is looking for an Innovation campus Director at Sand Hutton Agri-Food Innovation Campus.
To have overall responsibility for the operation and commercial development of the National Agri-Food Innovation Campus, York; a Defra owned science laboratory site housing the Food and Environment Research Agency and other public and private sector tenants.
The post holder will be the dedicated, on-site, senior management resource to oversee the operation and development of the Innovation Campus.
Help is spreading for people with dementia and their carers in the Central belt as Alzheimer Scotland in Stirling and Clackmannanshire reaches deeper into the community from its new location at Stirling University Innovation Park.
A campaign to help raise awareness of the dangers posed by atrial fibrillation (AF) – a major cause of strokes - has been hailed as a success, after more than 400 people across Merseyside attended informative events to learn about the condition.
Alcyomics, providers of novel solutions for pre-clinical drug safety and testing for therapeutics including cellular therapies, chemical and cosmetic industries, has signed up to ComplianceControl Centre, an Electronic Quality and Document Management System for SME’s.
Innovenn, based at the National Agri-Food Innovation Campus at Sand Hutton near York have announced that Labskin production started in early September 2014. This is an exciting time for all the team involved as they take this innovative product to clients across the globe.
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University College Dublin (UCD) is ranked 5th in a list of European universities that have produced VC-backed undergraduates according to a new report just published by PitchBook.
PitchBook (www.pitchbook.com) is a Seattle-headquartered research firm for private equity and venture capital data.
According to the Report entitled ‘Top Universities for VC-backed Entrepreneurs’, during the period January 2009 to August 2014, 31 UCD graduate entrepreneurs established 26 companies which raised $112 million in funding.