News - Science & Technology

Posted on: December, 2018
  Leading technology firm Software Solved has announced a major expansion of its Exeter headquarters. The company, which is one of the UK’s market leaders for software, online customer portals and real-time data solutions in the insurtech sector, is set for a 40 per cent increase in its workforce, with a range...
Posted on: November, 2018
Organisers of TEDxExeter, the leading South West ideas festival, have announced that tickets for its eighth annual event will soon be released for sale.   Tickets for the much-anticipated day will be available from 10am on Friday 30th November 2018 via ticket website Eventbrite. The event, which usually sells out in minutes, will take place on Friday 5thApril 2019 at...
Posted on: November, 2018
Exeter Science Park has appointed Harvey Gardner as Head of Property to develop and maintain its estate and property. This includes expanding to develop 200,000 square feet of laboratory, office and community space at junction 29 of the M5 by 2026 to support economic growth, enhanced productivity and high-value jobs. A Fellow...
Posted on: November, 2018
​   Exeter’s first social enterprise pop-up marketplace is happening in Princesshay on Friday 16 November. Taking place in Bedford Square from 10.00 to 16.00, it celebrates Social Enterprise Day 2018 by bringing together members of ESSENCE, the city’s Social Enterprise Network.   Co-cars, who have co-ordinated the event, will be there promoting...
Posted on: November, 2018
PCE has won a competition organised by Motorola Solutions, one of the world’s leading providers of mission critical communications. The competition, part of Motorola’s 90th birthday celebrations, invited PCE to submit a nine second video showcasing what it means to work with them. Read more and watch the video > https://pce-uk.com/news/pce-wins-motorola-solutions-video-competition/  
Posted on: November, 2018
Climate Summit  21st November 2018 Constructing Excellence Devon & Exeter is pleased to confirm that they are offering FREE access to the climate summit for all Constructing Excellence Members and Members of the Exeter Constructing Group, our very special thanks to the event sponsors, Devon & Exeter CE, Midas Construction, NPS South...
Posted on: October, 2018
Bad apple or bad apple cart ? by Dr Gary Abrahams, Lecturer in Economics, University of Exeter Business School.  Gary will be exploring why we act unethically, and whether unethical acts are performed by bad people or whether we are vulnerable to act unethically because of the people around us. Held at...
We are very excited to announce the launch of a great new project for Cosmic, funded by the ERDF. The Digital Utilisation for Growth project - or DUG for short - will support businesses across Devon and Somerset over the next three years. The aim is to support SMEs with training, workshops, mentoring and guidance...
Description The University of Exeter Business School is very pleased to be joined by Innovate UK and Volans for an evening discussing breakthrough innovation and the future of our cities. Please join us for wine, snacks - and with your help - good conversation. Context We live in what New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman calls ‘the age...
  Following the hugely successful event in 2016, the organisers of Venturefest South West are exploring options for an event in early 2019.  The 2016 event was a showcase of the cutting-edge innovation and entrepreneurship coming out of Devon, Cornwall and Somerset. The event brought over 600 entrepreneurs and businesses together with...
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