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  • Laboratory relocation specialist Andrew Porter Limited has completed the move of PolyTherics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Abzena, to the Babraham Research Campus in Cambridge. The six-day project involved the integrated relocation from London of laboratory instrumentation and temperature controlled materials, plus the movement of hazardous goods, carried out to ADR...
  • Kent Science Park (KSP) based company AbBaltis Ltd has successfully started a work experience scheme for students wanting to understand the application of science and medical diagnostics in a professional environment. Despite being only a small business itself, AbBaltis has so far hosted four work experience placements over the summer, ranging from school students...
  • Heriot-Watt University will be the site of one of two unique new centres forming the Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre (IBioIC). The IBiolC, which aims to generate at least £1 billion for the Scottish economy by 2025, has raised a total of £2.7 million to establish two bioprocessing centres. The total funding package includes £1.8 million from the...
  • Wilton Centre’s management systems have been given a prestigious seal of approval. The 75-acre business and science park situated between Redcar and Middlesbrough has been awarded the highly regarded ISO 9001 certificate. ISO 9001 is well established around the world as an invaluable quality management standard and it is only awarded following a rigorous assessment...
  • The Government’s innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board, has changed its name to Innovate UK. The Swindon-based organisation is already using the new branding and will continue to change its signage, printed material and events and conference stands over the coming months. Innovate UK’s Chief Executive Iain Gray said: “Businesses have asked us to simplify...