The Exeter Science Park Company has strengthened its links with the University of Exeter through an agreement which will see the University’s innovation arm manage the new Science Park Centre which is due to open in April 2015.
The University’s wholly-owned subsidiary Peninsula Innovations Limited (PIL) has taken a lease for the Centre to offer flexible office and...
UKSPA has announced the winners of the 30th Anniversary Awards programme. The six Awards cover:
the Most Successful Innovation Location
Innovative Company on an UKSPA site
Innovation Partnership and Co-Operation initiative
Innovative Project on a Member site
Technology Incubator/Innovation Centre and
Design and Sustainability building or initiative....
Science Minister David Willetts spoke to the UKSPA 30th Anniversary Summit in Birmingham on Thursday 10 July. Addressing the Conference David Willetts said:
"I am in no doubt that science parks are an important part of the research infrastructure in the UK - and an important part of our ambitions to be the best place in the world to do science. But you haven’t...
Keele Business grows from one office to a multinational company on Keele Science Park
When formed 30 years ago, the goal of Keele University Science and Business Park (KUSBP) was outlined by the United Kingdom Science Park Association (UKSPA) as to create the “right environment to support both the creation and growth of technology-based businesses.” But Cobra...
Mark's & Clerk's Life Sciences Report 2014: Genome 2.0. was launched at the 2014 BIO International Convention in San Diego and examines the state of innovation around the genome and associated -omes.
In this year's report, Marks & Clerks have reviewed patent filing data in three key areas: sequencing technology, personalised medicine and synthetic biology....