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Defence Academic Pathways: Complex Systems event

24 Feb 2017

PraxisUnico is pleased to be working with the Defence Academic Pathways (DAP) group on an event that will explore research needs for the successful design and deployment of Complex Systems.

Science, Innovation & Translation: The Design & Operation of Research Laboratories, Incubators & Science Park Facilities: UKSPA Conference 2017

21 Feb 2017

The United Kingdom Science Park Association (UKSPA) and S-Lab: Supporting World Class Science are jointly organising a Conference, Exhibition and Gala Dinner at York Racecourse, in partnership with; the International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP); Innovation DB Forum; Praxis Unico and York Science Park. This two day conference will attract 400+ delegates who are engaged in the financing, design, managing and operation of scientific research, incubation and innovation facilities.

Update: PraxisUnico & AURIL: Creation of New Organisation

16 Feb 2017

Following an overwhelmingly positive response to the consultation, the Working Group has been moving forward with the process to create a new organisation from PraxisUnico and AURIL. This new organisation will be more effective for our members, providing pooled resources and a single voice representing the sector.

Science & Innovation Network Roadshow: Research & Innovation in China

16 Feb 2017

These Roadshows are for University Directors of Research & Innovation, Academics, Businesses and scalable start-ups, looking to find out more about conducting collaborative R&D and working with China, run by the China-Britain Business Council.

2017 UK Energy Innovation Awards open for entries

10 Feb 2017

Innovation scout, the Energy Innovation Centre (EIC), is once again searching for SME innovators with ground-breaking technologies that have the potential to help UK distribution networks address their major energy challenges.