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  • University College Dublin’s TEDxUCD 2014 event, organised and managed by the UCD Innovation team at NovaUCD, took place recently in the UCD Dramsoc Theatre. The videos of the 9 TEDxUCD 2014 talks have been uploaded onto the TEDxTalks YouTube channel and are now available to view via the following playlist. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wiucs4k2NaQ&list=...
  • A transplant surgeon from the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh has scooped first prize of £15,000 in the Edinburgh BioQuarter Innovation Competition for his potentially ground-breaking invention to help improve the success of liver transplant surgery. The winner, Ian Currie, a consultant transplant surgeon at NHS Lothian and honorary senior lecturer at the University of...
  • Innovation Birmingham held a milestone event for 150 people last night to celebrate the 100th tech start-up to enrol onto the Entrepreneurs for the Future programme. Part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Innovation Birmingham, the flagship project, which was launched in November 2009, has seen its tech start-ups secure over £4 million in initial...
  • The British Laboratory Managers Association has announced the dates for the next laboratory management training course. It will be held at Brownsover Hall hotel, Rugby on 8th & 9th October 2014. The course which has already been run successfully twice before in 2013 is specifically aimed to help current and aspiring laboratory managers deal with the challenges...
  • BioCity Scotland, the hub for innovation and life science businesses close to the M8 has a fully equipped air conditioned theatre style presentation suite with tiered seating for up to 74 delegates. Conference facilities can hold up to 180 theatre style, with a range of break out facilities for the most complex conference event. And a further 6 suites cater for up to...