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Rosalind Franklin Institute Building Officially Opens

The Rosalind Franklin Institute, a new research institute based at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus has officially opened. The building was opened by Professor Lynn Gladden, Chief Executive of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, which funds the Franklin, and delegates from industry...

Thames Valley a key part of HMG’s National Space Strategy

Space presents significant opportunities; the global space economy is projected to grow from an estimated £270 billion in 2019 to £490 billion by 2030. Constellations of satellites are being launched to deliver worldwide services. New state and commercial space stations are being planned and built....

Five Thames Valley companies given Tech Nation boost

Five companies across the Thames Valley have been taken on by Tech Nation, the UK’s leading growth platform for tech scaleups to participate in its second Net Zero growth programme. Net Zero 2.0 is the first government-backed growth programme designed to support the most promising climate tech companies...

UK consortium, including University of Oxford, to advance solid-state battery tech

Seven UK organisations, including the world renowned, University of Oxford, have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop protype solid-state battery technology targeted for automotive applications. The consortium comprises a number of organisations that focus on battery research, development and manufacturing in the UK: Faraday Institution, Britishvolt, Emerson...

Life Sciences boom continues at Harwell Campus as Vaccitech joins

As pandemic life sciences boom sees unprecedented demand for flexible space, Vaccitech plc (NASDAQ: VACC), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, responsible for the technology behind the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, has taken 31,000 sq. ft within the Zeus development at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, as active enquiries...

Life Sciences boom at Harwell Campus

In just five years, the HealthTec Cluster at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus has tripled in size, creating more than 700 new jobs. The network of life sciences-focused businesses, academia and national research infrastructure (STFC) led by a dedicated Science and Technology Facilities (STFC) team...