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Author: Hebe Meredith

Evotec expands at Milton Park to become one of its largest occupiers

Evotec, a leading drug discovery alliance and development partnership company, has taken additional office and laboratory space at Milton Park, one of the leading science and technology communities in Europe, to bring its total occupation to 192,745 sq ft making it one of the largest...

Reading among world’s top non-capital cities

Reading has been ranked 13th in a major international ranking of non-capital cities around the world. San Francisco, Montreal and Houston fill the three top spots of the FDI Tier 2 Cities of the Future ranking, published on 18 August 2020. The report recognises second cities...

UK Motorsport industry in pole position for F1’s 70th anniversary

With 7 out of the 10 Formula 1 (F1) teams choosing to base themselves in the UK, British technology and expertise competed against each other at Silverstone, as the sport celebrated its 70th anniversary on the very circuit the Championship started in 1950. More Grand Prix...

New TV studio plan for University of Reading Film Hub

Plans for a global creative media and film hub in Reading have been given a further boost as the University of Reading has made a new proposal for a purpose-built TV studio, which would be developed at Cine Valley on the Thames Valley Science Park...

Engineering firm acquires new Oxfordshire base

An engineering and fabrication company, which works with some of the best-known names in motorsport, has acquired a new base in Oxfordshire to support its ongoing expansion. Venture Engineering has acquired unit 7 at Downs Road, Tungsten Park in Witney, which is currently under construction and...

Tokamak Energy awarded £10m government funding from BEIS

Oxfordshire-based, Tokamak Energy, the business accelerating the development of commercial fusion power, has been awarded £10m from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), as part of the UK Government’s Advanced Modular Reactor project. The award follows an extensive due diligence process where Tokamak...

Winnersh Triangle welcomes medical manufacturer Hollister in lockdown deal

Hollister Incorporated sells Wokingham offices in favour of move to Winnersh Triangle in Reading. The global healthcare company which is headquartered in Chicago, has sold its UK premises at 42 Broad Street in Wokingham, Berkshire, and will relocate its workforce to Winnersh Triangle business park in...