With demand for laboratory space at a premium and science and technology firms often outgrowing premises, what must landlords – and their surveyors – consider when deciding to retain or reinstate?
We have partnered up with IF Oxford this year to help build science, social and cultural capital in the community we live and work in to help ‘open doors’ to careers in science and technology and support socioeconomic mobility.
In this edition of our Life Sciences 2030 series, we worked with YouGov to track the growing relationship between science and technology, and the momentum of their convergence.
This annual event brings together key stakeholders including members of the new Oxford to Cambridge Partnership Board as well as universities, local authorities, investors, developers, science & technology powerhouses and major employers to present details of upcoming projects and discuss how the wider built environment can support.
Cambridge was identified in a keynote speech from Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, Michael Gove, as an area that could supercharge the UK’s position as a science superpower. With the city at its centre.
Science and technology start-ups in the UK face a wide range of obstacles to success, with access to capital being just one of them.
The importance of fostering inclusive growth in Cambridge as the life sciences sector continues to enjoy stratospheric success was debated at a recent Bidwells event joined by Bidwells Planning Partner Guy Kaddish. Here are Guy’s three big key takeaways.
Science and real estate call for national effort to make Britain a scientific superpower
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