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  • York Science Park is bidding farewell to two of its residents as their success has meant they have outgrown their current office space and are moving on to bigger premises in York. Creative digital agency, The Distance, started life in 2012 at York Science Park’s purpose-built incubation space, Springboard.  In its first seven months, The Distance expanded so...
  • Whilst speaking at the GovNet Conference on High Performance Computing and Big Data today (Thursday 6th February 2014) the Universities and Science Minister David Willetts has revealed a new funding injection of £73 million into the development of big data. The new funding will help unlock the potential of big data, greatly improving our capabilities in areas...
  • Innovation Birmingham Campus-based Soshi Games has secured £285,000 via the SyndicateRoom equity crowd-funding platform, taking the total investment in the business to £1.4 million since it was established in 2010. SyndicateRoom’s blended model enabled the crowd investment to take place, alongside Soshi’s existing investors; Midven and private investors. Soshi Games...
  • For almost thirty years UKSPA has provided support and guidance for innovation environments in membership.  The Association has a mission to help deliver efficient, trusted and profitable business locations for innovative and high tech companies.   UKSPA CLARITY has used the experience gained over the last three decades to develop a software solution...
  • Kent Science Park (KSP) has started 2014 with a bang after welcoming two new tenants onto the site in January. Thriving Australian cosmetics brand Aesop have set up their first UK-based R&D office on the Park, and Irish charity Fields of Life are launching the Great Britain division of their operation from KSP. The additions of a cosmetics company and a...