Here at the Southampton Science Park innovation is happening every day. Below is a selection of news stories hot off the press from the businesses on the park and the people who make it happen.
The Science Park has been chosen to host a prestigious event focused on international trade in 2019.
Optomel has received a funding boost shortly after joining Southampton Science Park’s Catalyst programme
Dynamon has revealed eye-opening fuel saving potential to retail giant Asda in track tests using its unique analytics software
Southampton Science Park has revealed the four companies that were successful in gaining entry to its prestigious Catalyst incubation programme.
The companies shortlisted for glory in the 2018 Test Valley Business Awards have been announced after a record-breaking number of entries were received.
Tekever has unveiled AR5, the most advanced medium altitude, medium endurance fixed wing maritime unmanned aircraft system available
Prime Minister Theresa May has applauded the innovative work of xim as she puts the onus on technology to help government solve NHS problems.
Southampton Science Park is pleased to sponsor the Innovation & Technology Award at the Test Valley Business Awards 2018.
Planning for its next phase of growth, Fresh Relevance has doubled its office space with a strategic move to 5 Benham Campus.
Two former Catalyst tenants have joined a major research project which aims to improve access to artificial limbs in lower and middle income countries.
Ilika has partnered with China’s largest manufacturer of wind turbine products to deploy its solid state battery powered devices for the condition monitoring of wind turbines.
Emis Health has helped to create a clinical tool to identify more people at risk of developing diabetes, one of the UK’s biggest health problems.
Tonic Analytics has been chosen to deliver Project Galileo, a major multi-stakeholder project to increase safety and security on UK roads.
Nquiringminds has been featured as a case study in the Government’s Industrial Strategy which is designed to help propel Britain to global leadership of the industries of the future.
Senseye is focusing on the future with funding success. Formed just three years ago, the company has raised £3.5m to expand its research and development teams.
Southampton Science Park was delighted to welcome over 100 guests for its inaugural Cocktails and Conversation event with Bombay Sapphire and entrepreneur Shirin Dehghan.
Southampton has been ranked third in the 2017 Good Growth for Cities 2017 Index published by PwC and think tank Demos.
Trackback is successfully growing its global reach, having announced that it is to work with Ford, Mazda and Volvo.
Nquiringminds, a leading Internet of Things technology company, is leading projects at home and abroad to solve real societal problems.
Aareon UK and 1st Touch complete operational merger with a new office suite at 5 Benham Campus.
Wessex Academic Health Science Network is undertaking a project designed to help patients adapt to new, existing and changed medicine regimes.
Announcing DISCnet, a sustainable centre of innovative education, training and research in data intensive science for postgraduate students with a physics-related background.
Utonomy has secured £500k investment for its Active Grid Management technology, designed to reduce leakage in gas distribution networks.
Merck’s Innovation Hub at Southampton Science Park unveiled new global laboratories as they are officially opened by MP, Caroline Nokes.
An award-winning project supported by Wessex Academic Health Science Network, is making a positive difference to the lives of mental health patients and their families.
Southampton Science Park was named Workplace Environment of the Year at the 2017 South Coast Property Awards.
Fresh Relevance has attracted significant capital investment to accelerate its expansion across North America and other territories.
HiLight Semiconductor has announced the completion of its third round of venture capital funding, securing $6.1m.
i2O Water is partnering with GDH Water in China to take its technology to the wider Chinese market.
Dynamon is working on a government-backed research project to optimise aerodynamics and ultimately minimise fuel cost and emissions.
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