The Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications (SoXSA), based at University of Strathclyde, has secured funding to continue its mission for a further three years.
Future Cities Catapult, the government-backed global centre of excellence in urban innovation, is bringing its ‘Innovation Week’ programme to the city of Cardiff, following a successful premier in Birmingham.
Six Welsh businesses have been named among the winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in celebration of Her Majesty The Queen’s 91st birthday.
Matt Warren founded Swansea high-growth software start-up Veeqo after growing frustrated with how much time he was spending working on his own ecommerce site.
BQ meets Kim Bird, the Cardiff entrepreneur backed by the founders of GoCompare who is turning the UK’s funeral industry on its head…
Cardiff-based life sciences firm Cellesce is continuing to develop its organoid research thanks to a recent six-figure funding round led by Finance Wales.
IN-PART co-founder Patrick Speedie explains how the Sheffield-headquartered start-up is helping bring together businesses and universities across the globe…
Dr Jennifer Bailey, a senior associate at Marks & Clerk’s Birmingham office, says an Intellectual Property strategy is crucial, especially in such a fast-growing, competitive and lucrative global sector as healthcare.
Tony Davis, commercial director of the West Midlands Academic Health Science Network, explains why he thinks this region’s healthcare and life sciences sectors must do more to highlight their achievements and their goals.
BQ2 invited three high-profile members of Birmingham’s professional services community, to give their personal opinions on the challenges ahead for the region’s healthcare sector.
The Institute of Translational Medicine (ITM) is a world-class research institution which will progress the latest scientific advances into innovative treatments. Ian Halstead met its director, Professor Subrata Ghosh.
The Silk Report is Birmingham’s strategic stepping stone to its future healthcare economy. BQ2 invited Graham Silk to give a personal opinion on the sector’s current state-of-play.