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A historic ‘Milton Wonder’ sapling has been planted by the Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire to commemorate His Majesty’s Coronation on the day of his 75th birthday.
Nearly 1,000 local students from Didcot schools have participated in a range of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) activities facilitated by Milton Park
MEPC has appointed construction firm Barnwood Limited to build its £40m, 80,000 sq ft Nebula scheme at Milton Park, comprising seven new research and development units on the eastern edge of the park.
The UK’s first fully electric, full-size single-decker autonomous bus service has started operating between Didcot Parkway train station and Milton Park.
Volunteers at Milton Park, a leading science, business and technology community in Oxfordshire, were joined by students from St Birinus Boys’ School last week as part of its ‘Explore Milton Park’ school engagement programme.
Tokamak Energy, based at Milton Park, has released the first images of its planned commercial fusion power plant with the capacity to generate enough electricity to power 50,000 homes when completed in the 2030s.
New England Biolabs® (NEB®) – a global leader in the discovery and production of enzymes for molecular biology applications – is establishing its first overseas product development and manufacturing site at Milton Park in Oxfordshire.
New research commissioned by Milton Park reveals that £2.14 billion of equity investment was generated across 272 companies based in the science, technology and business community over the past decade.
The UK’s first ever fully electric autonomous bus service launched at 10.00am on Thursday, 02 March at Milton Park in Oxfordshire.
A new five-year school engagement programme will see employers located at Milton Park develop local young people’s employability skills and engage students with careers in science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics (STEAM).
The Mi-Link project features a 16-seat, single-decker minibus with a range of sensors and optical cameras with state-of-the-art artificial intelligence to control all steering, acceleration and braking without human intervention.
The bespoke laboratory, comprising cutting-edge R&D equipment, will enable the company to further expand into strategic focus areas, such as plant-based food and drinks.