Ready, set, snap!


Today we launch the first of our seasonal photography competitions ‘What’s your view?’ which will be run via the Cambridge Science Park Facebook page. It couldn’t be simpler to enter; all you have to do is snap an interesting, emotive or inspiring picture of the Park (either indoors or outdoors), tag it using the hashtag …

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Dust off the tripod, it’s competition time!


We are delighted to announce that our first seasonal photography competition, ‘What’s your view?’, will launch next week, on Monday 27th October 2014. The competition is open to any picture taken on the Cambridge Science Park premises, and includes both indoor and outdoor snaps. The best entry will win a £100 PC World voucher, and …

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David Ball Group appoints KISS Public Relations


20 October 2014: David Ball Group, a research-led company specialising in developing and manufacturing specialist products for the global construction and building industry, has appointed KISS PR to act as its communications agency. David Ball established David Ball Group in 1970, and has since built up a ground breaking portfolio of products which includes PUDLO, …

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New foodPark site launches at Cambridge Science Park for 4-week trial!


From Friday 24 October for 4 weeks, you’ll find foodPark the pop-up street food market on the Cambridge Science Park every Friday lunchtime between midday and 2pm. A collective of top quality local street food traders, parking up to satisfy cravings across the city of Cambridge foodPark will be a welcome addition to the Cambridge …

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Auspherix and Domainex Announce Collaboration to Develop New Drugs to Treat Antibiotic-resistant Bacterial Infection

Cambridge, UK and Sydney, Australia – 15 October 2014 – Domainex Ltd. and Auspherix Pty Ltd today announced a collaboration that will progress Auspherix’s novel anti-infective drug discovery programme towards the nomination of a clinical candidate. Auspherix intends to develop much-needed new drugs to fight the increasing problem of antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections, which have been …

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In Memory of Sir John Bradfield


With great sadness, Trinity College Cambridge has announced the death of Sir John Bradfield.   He died at Great Gate yesterday evening, 13 October, on the way to a dinner. Born in 1925, he was Senior Bursar from 1956 to 1992. During that time he led the College in establishing Trinity’s Science Park and in …

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Bringing the lab into the home


Cambridge Consultants introduces a new DIY approach to diagnostic healthcare Product design and development firm Cambridge Consultants has unveiled a new approach to diagnostic instrument development. The Flow Health Hub brings the power of the clinical laboratory into the home – in the shape of a simple, cost-effective, user-friendly device that can both take samples …

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