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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.
The British Liver Trust has hosted a Love Your Liver roadshow event at Milton Park providing free testing, information and advice from health professionals regarding liver health.
Milton Park bus services will be extending the zones eligible for the £20 a year bus pass to include the villages of Drayton, Steventon, Sutton Courtenay and Milton.
Based out of the Innovation Centre at Milton Park, NorthRow delivers Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and compliance software for regulated businesses.
People are invited to have their say on an existing LDO (Local Development Order) proposals at Milton Park that could increase business space and improve the quality and sustainability of buildings.
EnSilica will occupy 5,800 sq ft of space at 100 Park Drive, comprising offices, meeting rooms, laboratory space, social areas and kitchen facilities.
The development will comprise a total gross internal area of under 80,000 sq ft, featuring seven new research and development workspaces ranging from 6,000 sq ft up to a single building of 30,000 sq ft.
After much anticipation, David Johnston, MP for Wantage and Didcot offically opened the Bee House flexible workspace in Milton Park on World Bee Day (20 May 2022).