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  •  “Access to capital for life science businesses is crucial to innovation in Scotland” says Sandy Finlayson, MBM Commercial.  Ambitious life science businesses had a unique opportunity to hear directly from some major funders in the sector this week at BioCity Scotland event “FundBio14” at their Life Science hub at Newhouse.  Dr Siegfried Bialojan from...
  • On Friday 19th September, Gordon Henderson - MP for Sittingbourne and Sheppey - returned to Kent Science Park to take part in a question and answer session with local businesses. This was a general Q&A, inviting business owners to ask Mr. Henderson about anything affecting their business. The event was well attended and, with the Scottish Referendum Result...
  • Innovation Birmingham has hosted the UK heat of the European-wide CleanLaunchpad competition, where the eventual winners and two runners up will collectively receive €17,500 to develop their clean-tech products/services. The competition is one of the initiatives being run by Innovation Birmingham’s Climate-KIC team. The competition entrants for the UK heat were...
  • George Osborne has hailed the work being done by Nottingham-headquartered Boots to support the next generation of healthcare companies at Medicity.  The Chancellor welcomed three new businesses to the enterprise zone site in Beeston. It brings the number of companies on the Nottingham Enterprise Zone site to 24.  Sun protection product developer...
  • OxyMem (www.oxymem.com), the University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out company, has won the Overall Excellence in Intellectual Property Award at the Intellectual Property (IP) Awards 2014. In addition the company also won the Tech IP Award. The Awards were presented to company co-founder Professor Eoin Casey at the Intellectual Property Conference and Awards 2014...