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  • A national competition to find the UK’s most innovative low-carbon entrepreneurs is now open. Energy and petrochemical giant Shell is calling on SMEs with big ideas on reducing carbon emissions to enter its Springboard programme for the chance to win a no strings attached cash award. Eighteen successful applicants will be shortlisted for two regional finals, meeting...
  • Nottingham-based Patricell is poised to grow in the UK and Europe with the appointment of Carla Stemate, who joins as Sales Executive. Patricell, which provides immunology and biotech products to research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies and universities, works directly with the producers and manufacturers, eliminating the margins of middlemen, to deliver a...
  • Start-up, Petalite, is gearing up for the launch of its £30,000 crowdfunding campaign on indiegogo.com. Over 600 people have pre-registered to order a portable, smartphone life-extending Petalite battery when the first batch comes off the production line next year. The pocket-sized battery provides 2,600mAh of power, enabling the charge of any USB compatible...
  • Keith Hodkinson, Partner and International Chairman, Marks & Clerk Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys, examines at the options for start-ups looking for packaged advisory services. In common with many small start-ups, Science Park tenants seem to be looking increasingly for packaged services from suppliers, which of course is one reason why Science Parks are such an...
  • ‘Google Maps for Cemeteries’ Crowned Northern Ireland’s Next Big Innovation  After battling it out against almost 100 other innovations, and embarking upon an intensive six month business programme, the winner of the Northern Ireland Science Park’s INVENT 2014 search has finally been revealed.  In a tightly contested competition run by NISP CONNECT,...