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Realising common solutions – how robotics and driverless technology will bring wider benefits to business

8 February 2018
“Money… is none of the wheels of trade: it is the oil which renders the motion of the wheels more smooth and easy,” David Hume, Essays: Moral and Political (1741-2) ‘Of Money’. Whether you’re a start-up or a 250-year-old company, cash will always be king, but perhaps if David Hume was alive today he would say collaboration and technology are also essential to oil the wheels. Science Vale UK, in South Oxfordshire, is [...]

Be the future – 10 exciting companies in Science Vale

13 December 2017
Who is leading the race into space, discovering life-changing medicine or developing new technology for driverless vehicles? Find out and be inspired by this top 10 guide to the most ambitious start-ups, global leaders and award-winning companies based in the life science, space and medical innovation hubs at Science Vale. Open Cosmos Ltd. As more companies consider low orbit earth space missions to collect telecoms data, fly optical [...]

Sustainable travel across Science Vale UK made quicker benefiting thousands of workers

13 December 2017
Backhill Tunnel – which links Milton Park to the adjacent A4130 in west Didcot and the houses and amenities at Great Western Park – was officially opened on the 17 November by Didcot and Wantage MP Ed Vaizey. The redeveloped tunnel now provides a lit pedestrian and cycle link, joining the northern side of the A-road directly with Milton Park. Its completion now enables 9,000 people working at Milton Park to either cycle or walk [...]

Science Vale firms surge ahead to drive battery technology forward

13 December 2017
“Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas?” - Edward N. Lorenz Edward Lorenz’s idea that small events, like the flap of a butterfly’s wing may have large effects, might just give a clue to how science could crack a global problem.  Could it be that one small technological change holds the key to resolving our energy crisis and finally cuts us free from our reliance on fossil fuels? This is [...]

Milton Park based Isansys travels with NASA to Antarctica

12 December 2017
A NASA exploration scientist was monitored on his recent mission to Antarctica by Isansys’ Patient Status Engine, a physiological data collection platform that monitors individuals wirelessly and in real-time.  NASA are evaluating the tool to learn how to monitor explorers as they travel into space. Dr Erik Antonsen, the Exploration Medical Capability Element Scientist, performed a range of experiments including the evaluation of the [...]
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