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  • Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Majestic comes 2nd in the Midlands in Deloitte’s Tech Fast 50 awards Majestic - Innovation Birmingham Campus’ largest tenant - has come second in the Midlands, and 17th overall, in the Deloitte Fast 50 awards programme, which took place last night. In five years, the web index creator’s turnover has grown by 1,571 per cent....
  • An exciting new development aims to build on Birmingham’s reputation as a UK leader in life sciences and biomedical innovation. Birmingham is set to strengthen its place as an innovation headquarters for science technology in the UK, thanks to a new biomedical laboratory, the Biomedical Innovation Hub (The BioHub), which is set to open in December 2014. The £7m...
  • NovoGrid wins €25,000 prize NovoGrid, a new engineering venture, has been declared overall winner of the 2014 University College Dublin (UCD) VentureLaunch Accelerator Programme. In addition to the 2014 UCD VentureLaunch Accelerator Award, NovoGrid was presented with a €25,000 prize. NovoGrid has developed an intelligent control system to enable wind farm owners...
  • New research by economics consultancy CEBR has revealed the UK's innovation 'hotspots' and the extent to which towns, cities and regions outside of London are shaping the innovation economy in the UK.  The CEBR Local Innovation Index brings together 11 data sources in the UK under four overarching pillars – Innovative People, R&D and Technology,...
  • A new phase of construction has been given the go-ahead at Malvern Hills Science Park (MHSP) after shareholders backed the scheme with almost £4 million of new investment. MHSP shareholder Worcestershire County Council has invested £3.5 million while Malvern Hills District Council put forward £370,000 for the scheme, which will enable current tenant UTC Aerospace...