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  • The co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Mr Bill Gates yesterday visited UK charity, GALVmed (the Global Alliance for Livestock Veterinary Medicines) in Edinburgh to discuss progress in the development of livestock vaccines and medicines for some of the 900 million people who rely on livestock to pay for their daily needs.  Accompanied by...
  • An innovative way of revolutionising how sewerage services could be measured is being trialled by Wessex Water, following a collaboration with Dynamic Flow Technologies Limited, from Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Parks. The project sees the installation of the world’s first wastewater meter capable of accurately measuring the smallest of flows in...
  • Innovation Birmingham has appointed four Entrepreneurs in Residence to drive activity across its Low Carbon Accelerator and Clean Launchpad programmes, which are part of the European-funded Climate-KIC initiative. Mike Goodfellow-Smith has been appointed as an Entrepreneur in Residence for Clean Launchpad, which is a project to uncover innovative business ideas for...
  • The first new build on Manchester Science Park for more than a decade is on track, with plans approved for a new 60,000 sq ft innovation centre.  The new facility, to be built on land currently used a car park, will be called Heart of the Park and will support collaboration between entrepreneurs, inventors, researchers and businesses. The building is the first...
  • Minister for Life Sciences George Freeman has opened a landmark new building in Norwich that will enable businesses to interact with the best scientific and research minds in areas such as food, health, energy and the environment. The new £11.5M Centrum building will be the heart of innovation and enterprise at the Norwich Research Park, a leading hub of lifescience...