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Latest News

  • A Wilton Centre-based training provider has created two new education programmes for people working in the science sector to gain qualifications needed to access university. LDR Squared has unveiled two Access to Higher Education (HE) Diplomas designed to support people who either missed out on university because they were unable to meet the entry requirements, or...
  • Begbroke Science Park (BSP) has launched its own Minibus Tracker App, to help staff and visitors get real time updates on the locations of its minibuses. In addition to allowing users to view the scheduled minibus timetable, the App will help them gauge how traffic will affect their journey between the Science Park, the University...
  • Start-ups emerging from University College Dublin (UCD) and the National College of Art and Design (NCAD) will be showcased at the 2014 UCD VentureLaunch Accelerator Showcase and Awards Evening which takes place next week. Seven new high-tech and knowledge-intensive ventures (profiled below) will pitch at the Awards evening with the overall winner receiving a €25,000...
  • Foreign Office Minister & MP for East Devon Hugo Swire joined stakeholders at the Exeter Science Park on Monday to celebrate the start of work on the park’s climate cluster, where the Met Office recently announced their next generation supercomputer would be based, subject to planning permission. The cutting of the first turf heralded the start of work on the...
  • Skills shortages in UK small businesses are costing the economy up to £18 billion, according to new research by Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) and small business lender Everline. The survey of more than 1,000 small business decision makers found entrepreneurs spend more than 100 hours a year looking for suitable candidates, training new members...