Exist Insight ISSUE 08

News Archive

  1. Digital currencies, blockchain and crypto currencies explained at summer event

    Digital currencies, blockchain and crypto currencies explained at summer event

    On Thursday 19th July, the Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology (ExIST) is hosting an event to discuss the evolution of digital currencies.

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  2. City Science, Exeter University and Hoare Lea join forces to revolutionise transport planning and building energy management using Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

    City Science, Exeter University and Hoare Lea join forces to revolutionise transport planning and building energy management using Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

        City Science are leading a £1m project to deliver digital twin technology that will seamlessly manage complex operations around congested transport networks and building energy management.

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  3. South West Institute of Technology plan reaches funding bid final

    South West Institute of Technology plan reaches funding bid final

      A multimillion pound bid to revolutionise digital technology education across the South West has reached the final phase of competition.

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  4. National Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme

    National Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme

        The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has announced a national Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme.

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  5. University and NHS team up to launch pioneering Academy of Nursing

    University and NHS team up to launch pioneering Academy of Nursing

      A new Academy of Nursing will combine academic rigour with NHS expertise to raise standards of care.

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  6. UK tech continues to expand at faster rate than wider economy according to Tech Nation Report 2018

    UK tech continues to expand at faster rate than wider economy according to Tech Nation Report 2018

        Tech Nation (formerly Tech City UK) have released their comprehensive annual report on the state of UK tech.

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  7. Global automotive technology firm chooses Exeter Science Park to grow

    Global automotive technology firm chooses Exeter Science Park to grow

        Global software as a service developer, Eight Technology (with its Dealerweb Showroom and React platforms) is the first company to have signed to move into the ‘grow-on’ buildings at Exeter Science Park to accommodate its expanding team.

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  8. World-class professor takes lead role at Medical School

        A world-leading expert in the economics of health is joining the University of Exeter Medical School’s senior team.

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  9. Helium detected in Exoplanet atmosphere for the first time

    Helium detected in Exoplanet atmosphere for the first time

          Astronomers have detected helium in the atmosphere of a planet that orbits a star far beyond our solar system for the very first time.

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  10. Exeter spinout and SETsquared member wins coveted award

    Exeter spinout and SETsquared member wins coveted award

        Biosystems Technology (BST), a University of Exeter spinout company and SETsquared Exeter member providing ethical alternatives to animal testing has recently received an acclaimed Exeter Living Award in the category of Technology and Innovation.

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  11. Cranbrook Education Campus students name Exeter Science Park buildings after inspirational scientists

    Cranbrook Education Campus students name Exeter Science Park buildings after inspirational scientists

        Exeter Science Park has celebrated another key milestone with a topping out ceremony at its new grow-on buildings, which have been named by primary school students after three of history’s most inspirational scientists.

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  12. Pub-goers invited to raise a pint to science in Exeter

        Experts from the University of Exeter will bring their research out of the laboratory and into city watering holes, as the world’s largest festival of public science talks arrive in Exeter.

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  13. Lightfoot first to secure loan from Innovate UK

    Lightfoot first to secure loan from Innovate UK

          Innovative new funding will support research and development as company looks to reach and inspire a new generation of better drivers   Exeter, April 23rd, 2018 - Lightfoot, the connected car technology company that rewards better drivers, today announces that it is the first recipient of a £1 million Innovation Loan from Innovate UK, the government’s innovation agency.

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  14. Lightfoot appoints Rupert Lyon Taylor as Managing Director  of fleet division

    Lightfoot appoints Rupert Lyon Taylor as Managing Director of fleet division

      Exeter-based Lightfoot, the award-winning in-vehicle technology and driver rewards platform, has recently announced the promotion of Rupert Lyon Taylor to the position of Managing Director of its fleet division.

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  15. Geoengineering risks losers as well as winners for climate and wildfire risks

        Artificially altering the climate system to limit global warming to 1.

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  16. Exeter to train more of Tomorrow’s Doctors

    Exeter to train more of Tomorrow’s Doctors

    The Government has granted permission for the University of Exeter Medical School to train an additional 88 Medicine students each year, in a major boost to the South West.

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  17. Exeter academics in star roles at Diabetes UK conference

        World-renowned diabetes researchers from the University of Exeter Medical School will give prestigious talks at the Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2018 this week.

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  18. Exeter scientists pay tribute to Stephen Hawking

        Scientists from the University of Exeter have paid tribute to Professor Stephen Hawking, who has died.

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  19. Government’s minimum level of cyber security accreditation is yet to be achieved by bulk of South West’s large businesses

    Government’s minimum level of cyber security accreditation is yet to be achieved by bulk of South West’s large businesses

    New research* from the region’s leading cyber security compliance specialist, Exeter-based Securious, has revealed that fewer than 5% of the region’s largest businesses are yet to achieve Cyber Essentials, the minimum level of cyber security compliance set out by the Government.

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  20. Krowdthink Wins Funding in Defence & Security Accelerator Competition to Innovate Crowd Safety

    Krowdthink Wins Funding in Defence & Security Accelerator Competition to Innovate Crowd Safety

    Exeter, UK, 1st March 2018 - Krowdthink Ltd, developers of the Krowd® event and venue app for networking and social engagement, today announced at Confex International and the Event Production Show, Olympia London, that it won funding under the UK Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition to improve crowd resilience.

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  21. Pioneering Initiative to develop Next Generation of Exeter's Data Scientists

    Launch of Pioneering Initiative to develop the Next Generation of Exeter’s Data Scientists, as city named among top 10 hubs for tech jobs.

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  22. Students set to ‘Sail Against Plastic’

    Students set to ‘Sail Against Plastic’

    A team of students and staff from the University of Exeter are set to embark on an 12-day voyage to measure pollution including micro-plastics in the Arctic.

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  23. Memory loss identified years before Alzheimer's symptoms appear

    Memory loss identified years before Alzheimer's symptoms appear

    Experts from the University of Exeter and University College London (UCL) have developed a cognitive test to detect subtle memory deficits years before Alzheimer's disease symptoms develop, set out in a new paper published in The Lancet Neurology.

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  24. Forgotten crop pathogen may be about to return

    Forgotten crop pathogen may be about to return

    Scientists, breeders, farmers and conservation groups must continue to work in close collaboration to prepare for the potential re-emergence of a forgotten crop pathogen, a new study says.

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  25. Exeter’s world diabetes expert awarded CBE

    Exeter’s world diabetes expert awarded CBE

    A world-leading diabetes expert today (Thursday 8th February) received his CBE for his work in revolutionising global diagnosis and treatment.

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  26. The Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology seeks new Chairperson

    The Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology seeks new Chairperson

    A business person with the skills, experience, and passion to help position Exeter as the region’s centre for science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) is being sought to become the new chairperson of the Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology (ExIST).

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  27. Exeter receives EPSRC grant to revolutionise detection and treatment of life-threatening illnesses

    Exeter receives EPSRC grant to revolutionise detection and treatment of life-threatening illnesses

        The University of Exeter has received a multi-million pound research grant to lead pioneering new research to develop vastly more accurate procedures to detect, identify and treat life-threatening diseases, such as cancer.

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  28. Data Science at Exeter receives substantial funding boost

    Data Science at Exeter receives substantial funding boost

        The University of Exeter has received a substantial funding boost to help cement its position as one of the UK’s leading centres for data science.

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  29. Innovate UK - Health and life sciences grant

        UK businesses can apply for a share of £19 million for projects that support small and medium sized enterprises to develop innovations in health and life sciences.

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  30. Only two weeks remain to apply for FirstGroup’s graduate scheme

    Only two weeks remain to apply for FirstGroup’s graduate scheme

      Ambitious graduates, particularly from engineering backgrounds, being sought for training scheme Deadline for applications is 31 December   Just two weeks remain for graduates to apply for a management fast-track scheme in the transport industry.

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  31. £1 million funding helps Exeter firm address cow fertility crisis

    £1 million funding helps Exeter firm address cow fertility crisis

      Watch: Hear Toby Mottram, Milkalyser CEO, discuss the company’s journey and support from SETsquared here: http://bit.

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  32. Exeter Science Park plays host to the city’s German ‘twins’

    Exeter Science Park plays host to the city’s German ‘twins’

    Exeter Science Park has hosted delegates from the city’s German twin town, discussing innovation and industry in both Exeter and Bad Homburg.

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  33. Robotics and AI: projects to create safer work for people

        The £68 million Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund investment will develop new solutions for extreme working environments.

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  34. Conductor coaches South West businesses on how to lead without words

    Conductor coaches South West businesses on how to lead without words

    The Principal Conductor of the English Symphony Orchestra, Kenneth Woods, has been teaching South West business people how to lead without words, in the latest STEMM Cell event at Exeter Science Park.

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  35. New ‘grow-on’ buildings at Exeter Science Park will bring hundreds of jobs to the area

    New ‘grow-on’ buildings at Exeter Science Park will bring hundreds of jobs to the area

    Exeter Science Park has marked the start of its next phase of growth with a turf-cutting ceremony at the site of two new ‘grow-on buildings’ which will bring hundreds of jobs to the area.

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  36. MP praises support for new businesses in Exeter

    MP praises support for new businesses in Exeter

    Exeter Science Park has played host to Ben Bradshaw MP to discuss the business support networks in Exeter that are putting the city on the map as a hub for fast-growth businesses.

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  37. Devon scientist reveals how her research led to a government ban on microbeads

    Devon scientist reveals how her research led to a government ban on microbeads

    A Devon marine biologist who influenced a government ban on microbeads in cosmetics to reduce sea pollution will be telling her story to The STEMM Cell delegates at Exeter Science Park.

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  38. How intuitive design can boost Exeter’s productivity

    How intuitive design can boost Exeter’s productivity

    Business productivity was the topic of discussion at the latest talk hosted by The STEMM Cell @ Exeter Science Park, where Daniel Honey shared his enthusiasm for intuitive designs that boost business productivity.

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  39. Exeter-based cyber security specialists help global brands prepare for GDPR

    Exeter-based cyber security specialists help global brands prepare for GDPR

    A global cyber risk mitigation and online training company has plans to double its workforce in the next two years thanks to increased demand for services.

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  40. Exeter leaders in business innovation discuss tactics in driving forward business growth

    Exeter leaders in business innovation discuss tactics in driving forward business growth

    How innovation and collaboration can boost business and the economy was the topic of discussion in the latest of a series of talks; The STEMM Cell @ Exeter Science Park.

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  41. TEDxExeter’s first Salon to explore cutting edge technology

    TEDxExeter’s first Salon to explore cutting edge technology

    Leading researchers from Google and Amazon will be sharing the latest developments in artificial intelligence at the first TEDxExeter Salon.

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  42. Exeter City Council backs city’s digital and tech communities

    Exeter City Council backs city’s digital and tech communities

    Exeter is fast becoming known for its thriving technology and digital sectors and Exeter City Council has taken further steps to uphold this, pledging its support to Digital Exeter and Tech Exeter CIC.

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  43. THE INVENTOR PRIZE (ENTRIES OPEN)

    THE INVENTOR PRIZE (ENTRIES OPEN)

    The Inventor Prize has been launched as part of the Government’s Industrial Strategy.

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  44. Exeter Science Park seeks new board members

    Exeter Science Park seeks new board members

    Two business people with a passion for science, technology and innovation are being sought to drive forward ambitious plans for the future of Exeter Science Park in key roles as non-executive directors.

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  45. Securious expands at Exeter Science Park Centre as South West investment in cyber security increases

    Securious expands at Exeter Science Park Centre as South West investment in cyber security increases

    Cyber security compliance company Securious has relocated into larger office space at Exeter Science Park Centre to accommodate its growing workforce.

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  46. Exeter software company aims to disrupt holiday home rentals industry

    Exeter software company aims to disrupt holiday home rentals industry

    A disruptive software company which aims to revolutionise the holiday homes rentals industry is the latest fast-growth, high tech firm to move into Exeter Science Park Centre.

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  47. TEDxExeter first Salon to explore cutting edge technology

    TEDxExeter first Salon to explore cutting edge technology

    Leading researchers from Google and Amazon will be sharing the latest developments in artificial intelligence at the first TEDxExeterSalon.

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  48. Big Bang Science Celebration Returns to Campus

    Big Bang Science Celebration Returns to Campus

    The Big Bang Fair South West returned to the University of Exeter for an explosive celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths on Wednesday 21 June.

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  49. South West Set for Huge Celebration of Science

    The South West region’s largest celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) – The Big Bang South West Fair returns to the University of Exeter on June 21st.

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  50. STEM Careers Fair 2017

    If you are an employer wishing to exhibit at a future careers fair, please visit our Employment Services pages here.

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  51. Living Systems Institute Opening Symposium

    Living Systems Institute Opening Symposium

    5 and 6 July 2017, University of Exeter Streatham Campus Join us on Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 July 2017 for an exciting opportunity to hear from world-renowned scientists, including Nobel laureates Sir Paul Nurse FRS and Professor Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard ForMemRS, at the opening symposium of our Living Systems Institute.

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  52. Bid to create regional STEM base at Exeter Science Park

    Bid to create regional STEM base at Exeter Science Park

    Three thousand of the region's best paid jobs could be created in ambition growth plans for Exeter Science Park.

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  53. MAKING SENSE OF THE BIG DATA ECONOMY DELIVERING A BETTER SERVICE

    MAKING SENSE OF THE BIG DATA ECONOMY DELIVERING A BETTER SERVICE

    Top 40 accountants Bishop Fleming have teamed up with leading scientists at the MET Office to run through the numbers on the challenges and opportunities faced in the Big Data Economy.

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  54. Making Old Drugs New Again: Uses of History in Health Policy and Practice

    DATE AND TIME Wed 31 May 2017 13:00 – 16:00 BST Add to Calendar   LOCATION University of Exeter, IAIS Building - Room LT1 Streatham Campus Stocker Road Exeter EX4 4ND View Map   The World Health Organisation (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Culture and Health is delighted to announce that for the very first event in our Cultural Contexts of Health seminar series we will be hosting Professor Jeremy Greene, who will be giving a talk entitled ‘Making Old Drugs New Again: On the Uses of History in Health Policy and Practice’.

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  55. South West Start ups and Entrepreneurs to receive funding from the UK Space Agency

    Exeter University announces opportunities for business incubation with the goal of spurring innovative space technology ventures in the South West.

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  56. Kier to start construction on bespoke office space at Exeter Science Park

    Kier to start construction on bespoke office space at Exeter Science Park

    Kier Construction has been awarded the contract to develop two new ‘grow-on’ buildings at Exeter Science Park and expects to start on site this summer.

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  57. Exeter entrepreneurs on exclusive list of top 50 honoured at House of Commons

    Exeter entrepreneurs on exclusive list of top 50 honoured at House of Commons

    Eight entrepreneurs from Exeter celebrated being announced within the top 50 entrepreneurs of global number one university business incubator, SETsquared at the House of Commons.

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  58. Exeter Bioscientist on exclusive list of top 50 entrepreneurs honoured at House of Commons

    Exeter Bioscientist on exclusive list of top 50 entrepreneurs honoured at House of Commons

    A Biosciences expert from the University of Exeter is celebrating after being honoured as one of an exclusive group of leading entrepreneurs, at a special ceremony at the House of Commons.

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  59. Exeter based Dashboard shares IoT expertise at Mobile World Congress

    Dashboard Limited, headquartered at the Exeter Science Park in Devon, took a team of 7 IoT experts to the 2017 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, the world’s leading annual communications event.

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  60. 25m fund could boost high tech South West projects

    Hi-tech South West businesses could be boosted by a new investment fund worth up to £25 million.

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  61. Data protection the big change is coming

    The General Data Protection Regulation 2016 was passed as law in May 2016.

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  62. Energy Independence in Exeter by 2025

    Exeter City Futures recently announced the publication of a report entitled Energy Independence 2025.

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  63. Exeter tech scene highlighted in 2017 Tech Nation Report

    Exeter tech scene highlighted in 2017 Tech Nation Report

    For the second year running, Exeter has been highlighted in the Tech Nation report as a thriving cluster within the UK’s digital landscape.

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  64. Exeter Science Park appoints CEO

    Exeter Science Park appoints CEO

    The Board of Exeter Science Park has announced the appointment of Dr Sally Basker as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

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  65. ExIST Go Live for the first event of 2017

    ExIST Go Live for the first event of 2017

    Over 120 people attended the first ExIST quarterly event of the year, on the 9th March.

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  66. Live stream the next ExIST Quarterly Event

    Live stream the next ExIST Quarterly Event

    Don't miss out on the next ExIST Quarterly Event being held at the new HPC Complex on the 9th March 2017.

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  67. Market Disruptors and Innovators set to gain in 2017

    Market Disruptors and Innovators set to gain in 2017

    As the current Government have committed funds to support research and development, Market Disruptors and Innovative Businesses at the forefront of cutting edge technology are likely to benefit.

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  68. Unlocking Recycling Data with Exeter Mathematics School

    Exeter City Futures is collaborating on a project with Exeter Mathematics School to analyse recycling data from the Exeter City Council.

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  69. Exeter™s Dashboard hopes to blaze to award success

    Exeter™s Dashboard hopes to blaze to award success

    Innovative Exeter-based infrastructure monitoring provider, Dashboard, has been shortlisted for an ‘Internet of Things’ Trailblazers Award.

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  70. ExIST explores business opportunities and climate change at first event of 2017

    ExIST explores business opportunities and climate change at first event of 2017

    On the 9th March, Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology (ExIST) will be looking into climate change and the opportunities that lie within this for businesses.

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  71. Exeter Science Park Centre announced as BCO Award finalist

    Exeter Science Park Centre announced as BCO Award finalist

      The Exeter Science Park Centre, designed by LHC Architecture + Urbanism, has been named as a finalist in the prestigious 2017 British Council of Offices (BCO) Awards for the South of England and South Wales, in the Commercial Workplace category.

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  72. Metamaterials open new horizons in electromagnetism

    Metamaterials open new horizons in electromagnetism

    All researchers are welcome to attend this open CDT in Metamaterials Colloquium with Professor Sir John Pendry, on metamaterials and electromagnetism.

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  73. Castle Demos 18TH JANUARY 2017

    Demo Night at the Exeter Castle isn't about pitching for funds, it's an opportunity to show the Exeter Startup community what you're working on, get some feedback and see what other people are up to.

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  74. Sidmouth Science Festival 2016

    Sidmouth Science Festival 2016

    This year’s Sidmouth Science Festival attracted more visitors than previous years with over 4000 attendances during the week and people coming from further afield.

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  75. ExIST Quarterly Event DIGITAL SKILLS FOR GROWTH

    ExIST Quarterly Event DIGITAL SKILLS FOR GROWTH

      Thursday 24th November 2016 8.

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  76. Science Park seeks CEO

    Science Park seeks CEO

    Exeter Science Park is seeking an experienced Chief Executive Officer (CEO), to take the development of the Park to the next level.

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  77. TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE DELIVERY

    DIDIGIHEALTH UK: TRANSFORMING HEALTHCARE DELIVERY THURSDAY 20TH OCTOBER 2016 MANCHESTER CONFERENCE CENTRE Is our national DigiHealth UK: Transforming Healthcare Delivery conference relevant?   ?         Explore how health services can bridge the gap between the current pressures on the system and the plans for the NHS to become a world leader in the development and use of technology in health and social care.

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  78. DIGITAL SKILLS FOR GROWTH

    DIGITAL SKILLS FOR GROWTH

    Thursday 24th November 2016 8.

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  79. Planning approval for new bespoke buildings at Exeter Science Park: Lauching 18,500 sqft of officelaboratory space on to market

    Plans for new ’grow-on’ space at Exeter Science Park have been given the go-ahead by East Devon District Council, launching 18,500 sq ft of premium office and laboratory space on to the market.

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  80. Visit Sidmouth Science Festival

    Visit Sidmouth Science Festival for hours of entertaining and thought-provoking events including talks and workshops.

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  81. September Satuccino: Extra Shot!

    Join us for our inaugural Satuccino: Extra Shot taking place at our South West Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications from 2:30pm on 7th of September.

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  82. Time is running out to access Fund for Digital Healthcare Innovation

    The South West Academic Health Science Network in conjunction with Creative England, West of England Academic Health Science Network and SETsquared, have launched the South West Interactive Healthcare Programme, pledging £500,000 for creative and digital companies to develop innovative healthcare technology and solutions.

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  83. Call for South West entrepreneurs: Pitchfest 2016

    Call for South West entrepreneurs: Pitchfest 2016

    Innovative businesses invited to pitch to key influencers and investors  Innovative start-ups and entrepreneurs with high growth potential seeking investment are being encouraged to apply to take part in Pitchfest 2016, a pitching competition being run as part of the inaugural Venturefest South West on 18th October 2016 at Sandy Park, Exeter.

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  84. Call for tech entrepreneurs, innovators and investors as first Venturefest South West launches

    Call for tech entrepreneurs, innovators and investors as first Venturefest South West launches

    Venturefest South West, 18th October 2016, Sandy Park, Exeter A flagship event for innovators, entrepreneurs and investors in the technology sector has been announced for the region.

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  85. Sustainable Transport for Exeter Workshop 20th July

    Within Exeter and the travel to work region, there is increasing interest and activity on the subject of transport across a wide range of groups and organisations, but we have not recently had the opportunity to share our thinking.

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  86. Breakfast Briefing on Innovation Exeter

    INVITATION - Breakfast Briefing on Innovation Exeter 08:30 – 10:30, Thursday July 14, Exeter Science Park Centre   ABOUT INNOVATION EXETER   To establish the Exeter City Region as one of the UK`s leading knowledge economies, attracting significant investment, creating sustainable high quality employment, raising both skills and income levels for the benefit of its residents and businesses.

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  87. Preparations for the 2016 Sidmouth Science Festival are now well under way

    Preparations for the 2016 Sidmouth Science Festival are now well under way.

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  88. ExIST focuses on transport and space in partnership with Satellite Applications Catapult

      The Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology (ExIST), a subgroup of Exeter Chamber of Commerce, will be hosting its second event of the year at Sandy Park Conference Centre on the 28th April 2016.

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  89. Apprenticeship Expo 2016

    Tuesday 15th March 2016 5pm-8pm Exeter College Technology Centre, College Way, Monkerton, Exeter, EX1 3PZ   ExhibitorsDo you want to be part of the biggest and the best Apprenticeship event in the South West?  You can access the next generation of talent from across Devon and show them why your business is the one to work for.

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  90. Circular Business Advantage 2016

        Date:                Tuesday 15th March 2016 (9.

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  91. Tap into Top Talent and create a local world class workforce

    The Exeter & Heart of Devon Employment and Skills Board are holding a free Business Breakfast focusing on Apprenticeships.

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  92. The Big Bang Fair South West 29th June 2016 University of Exeter

    Are you a business that works with Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths (STEM)? Do you want fantastic exposure to the next generation of STEM brilliance? This one-day event gives students the opportunity to see what their futures could hold through inspirational interactive exhibits from a variety of dynamic and innovative businesses like yours.

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  93. Becoming Web Safe

        A Free Cyber Resilience Seminar hosted by South West Cyber Security Cluster (SWCSC) and University of Exeter Wednesday 24th February – 5.

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  94. swcomms boosts data centre estate

    South West Communications Group has completed its investment in a 10Gbps direct connection to Europe’s largest data centre to extend its influence in the hosting market.

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  95. ExIST takes a closer look at the Internet of Things and what it could mean for Exeter and the surrounding region

    The Exeter Initiative for Science and Technology (ExIST) will be hosting its first event of 2016 at Sandy Park Conference Centre on the 4th February and will be focusing on the topic of Internet of Things (IoT) in partnership with the Exeter City Futures Initiative.

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  96. ExIST Quarterly Event 2016

    In partnership with the Exeter City Futures initiative our next ExIST event on the 4th February will unpack the IoT and what it could mean for Exeter and its region: the focus of the session will be on Health, Transport and Energy.

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  97. Nuclear AMRC Routes to a Nuclear Market Plymouth Thursday 10th December

    The companies that would most benefit from this workshop would be those who are looking for guidance to maximise their potential to compete for business in the 3 key nuclear sectors; nuclear new build, decommissioning and maintenance of the existing fleet.

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  98. Family Xmas Lecture: Light Fantastic: the Science of Colour

    The science of light and colour is important for an enormous number of reasons: observing and understanding the universe in astronomy; diagnosis and treatment processes in medicine; and for efficient communications and signal processing in various industries.

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  99. Big Bang South West 2016

    Come along and find out about the Big Bang South West 2016 Event.

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  100. 4 simple steps to cyber security

    There is a new SW organisation called SouthWest Cyber Security Cluster, made up of local cyber security companies and supported by devon and cornwall Police.

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