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Vaccitech takes space at Zeus
LIFE SCIENCES BOOM CONTINUES AT HARWELL CAMPUS AS VACCITECH JOINS

7th September 2021

Life Science and Healthcare, News

As pandemic life sciences boom sees unprecedented demand for flexible space, Vaccitech plc (NASDAQ: VACC), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, responsible…

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Space funding
The UK Space Agency announces funding to support economic development, and next generation space missions

2nd September 2021

News, Space and Satellite Applications

£600,000 Regional Space Development fund The UK Space Agency is inviting local development bodies to bid for funding of up…

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Astroscale
Harwell based Astroscale successfully demonstrates repeated magnetic capture

30th August 2021

News, Space and Satellite Applications

Astroscale’s End-of-Life Services by Astroscale-demonstration (ELSA-d) successfully tested its ability to capture its client spacecraft using the servicer’s magnetic capture system, in a recent space demonstration.   A major…

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Space
UK space industry to benefit from new £1.5 million fund for pioneering space tech

4th August 2021

Uncategorised

UK Space Agency has announced new funding to support ambitious plans for the exploration of space, such as the utilisation…

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Harwell Campus
Life sciences boom at Harwell Campus

23rd July 2021

Life Science and Healthcare, News

In just five years, the HealthTec Cluster at Harwell Science and Innovation Campus has tripled in size, creating more than…

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Astroscale
What goes up must come down: Fujitsu helps to clean up space with first-of-its-kind mission optimiser

21st July 2021

News, Quantum Technologies, Space and Satellite Applications

Less than a year on from the UK Space Agency committing £1 million in funding to combat space debris, Fujitsu…

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