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  • The EU INTERREG IVA-funded North West Regional Science Park will anchor the work of the Science Park across the North and West of Ireland and will cement a cross-border partnership with Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) where work is already underway to extend its successful Co-Lab business incubator. The North West Regional Science Park provides 50,000...
  • Businesses at the Plymouth Science Park are to benefit from an IT upgrade when new broadband facilities are installed.  Following the upgrade, broadband services at the Park are now up to 80Mbps.  The work comes as more and more companies are increasingly reliant on high speed internet for their work.  The high-speed resilient fibre connections are...
  • A company which has developed a cutting-edge product for truck trailers has secured distribution throughout Australia.  Intelligent  Trucking Solutions – run by Phil Busby and his father Phil Busby (senior) - has developed ‘Velocity Drive’ a ground-breaking electronic landing leg for trailers which allows drivers to raise and lower the legs at the touch of...
  • Securing high quality technical skills to drive innovation - Ali Orr (Registrar - The Science Council). The headline figures are well-established: 450,000 additional technicians needed across the UK science workforce by 2020.  But this is an issue that is already affecting businesses today, with a number of reports highlighting how it is becoming increasingly...
  • A group of Teesside-based entrepreneurs are one step closer to turning their ideas into business reality after receiving help from the Wilton Centre-backed icreate programme. The initiative, which is backed by the Centre and the UK-wide BEST network of science and innovation parks, aims to help participants to become investment ready. In mid September participants...