Science Park

Stem cell transplant unit team moves to Plymouth Science Park

This month Plymouth Science Park welcomed the arrival of the NHS SW Peninsula Transplant Service’s stem cell transplant processing laboratory team to the Park.

The SW Peninsula Transplant Service (SWPTS) is dedicated to specialist adult haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, providing diagnosis, monitoring and treatment to adults with a range of blood malignancy health issues...

Diving Diseases Research Centre Celebrates 21st Year at Plymouth Science Park

Plymouth based DDRC Healthcare, formerly known as the Diving Diseases Research Centre, is entering its 21st year based at the Plymouth Science Park.

In 1996 the Hyperbaric Medical Unit was the first building on Plymouth Science Park, with the charity having moved from Fort Bovisand after its inception in 1980.

DDRC Healthcare is an international Centre of Excellence in...

IT Specialist Company Relocates to Plymouth Science Park

Keeping your computers and digital information in tip top order is crucial for any business and a newcomer to Plymouth Science Park will be waving its magic wand to improve the technological outlook for local firms in 2017.

Info-plane’s relocation will allow its business to expand further as its Managing Director, Marcus Windle, works with a team of Devon based experts to assist local...

WITT Energy relocates HQ to Plymouth Science Park

INNOVATIVE cutting-edge green tech energy company WITT has moved their headquarters to Plymouth Science Park.

Earlier this year the company successfully completed the world’s fastest and biggest clean-tech crowdfunded equity raise, which was launched at Plymouth Science Park, smashing their target of £750,000 to hit £2.4 million in just six weeks.

WITT has ambitious plans to...

Global phenomenon Pokemon Go! Appears in Plymouth Science Park

GLOBAL online game craze Pokemon Go! has appeared at Plymouth Science Park.

The game is a free location-based reality game which allows players to capture, battle and train ‘virual’ Pokemon who appear throughout the real world.

It hasn’t even been released in the UK yet but one of the locations where you can find Pokemon is in the car park of the Plymouth Science Park.


Cyber Security Consultation at Plymouth Science Park

Plymouth Science Park tenants are asking the west country business community to come forward with their experience of cyber fraud.

Devon and Cornwall Business Council, who recently relocated their HQ to Plymouth Science Park, will be holding a half-day conference to discuss the subject.

Up to thirty spaces are available for the morning talk session at Plymouth Science Park,...

Open event at Plymouth Science Park attracts clients from across UK

An ‘open house’ at award-winning Rebecca Garrett Media on Plymouth Science Park attracted clients from all over the country to enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the dynamic media business.

Clients visited from all over the south west and London to meet owner Rebecca Garret and her energetic team at their HQ on the city’s Science Park.

“We are very proud to be based here in...

Devon and Cornwall Business Council relocate HQ

Devon and Cornwall Business Council (DCBC), has moved its HQ into Plymouth Science Park in order to establish a permanent base within Plymouth in a professional work environment.

Ben Rhodes, Chief Executive, Devon and Cornwall Business Council said: “Being located on Plymouth Science Park enables DCBC to engage with a broad and exciting business community right across Devon and...

Plymouth Science Park welcomes first high tech tenant

Intelligent Optimisations (IO) has announced it is expanding its West Country arm to the Science Park in Plymouth where it will take over the top floor of One Research Way - the most technologically advanced building in the region.

IO are the first tenants to sign up to Plymouth Science Park’s new multi-million pound development.

With offices in London and Plymouth, IO is a...

Top health experts to speak at Science Park conference

PLYMOUTH Science Park is to hold a free conference on medical health and innovation with some of the city’s top medical experts giving key note speeches regarding the health of the people in the city and the future of health and medicine there.

Ann James, CEO of the Plymouth Hospitals and NHS Trust will be outlining the challenges faced by the NHS in the city which has unique...