Month: November 2016

Huntington’s Disease Association Christmas Card Sale

On Friday 25th November, ic3 tenants Huntington Disease Association are holding a charity Christmas card sale to raise funds for their charity. The sale will take place in the ic1 Reception area and will last the full day. The cards will cost £3 for a pack of 10 or £5 for 2 packs and all… Read more »

Ryder Architecture have organised a Food Bank in ic1 Reception

ic3 tenants Ryder Architecture have organised a food collection point in the ic1 reception to aid the excellent work being carried out by Liverpool City Mission. Operating from Monday 28 October until Friday 9 December, the food bank will be located under our main staircase opposite the ic1 reception. Ryder ask that any spare non-perishable food… Read more »

LCR4.0 set to shape the future of manufacturing in Liverpool

A new business support programme, which is the first of its kind in the country, has launched in the Liverpool City Region to help manufacturers take advantage of the opportunities associated with the current revolution in digital technologies. With funding from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), LCR4.0 will allow local businesses the access to… Read more »

Global Sensor Centre Strikes China Deal

Liverpool’s global hub for the development of sensor technologies has struck a deal which could potential see a sister centre open in China, paving the way for a new fund to invest in UK businesses operating in the field. Sensor City, one of four Government-sponsored University Enterprise Zones and a joint venture between the University… Read more »

Upcoming Sessions at UoL Management School

Over the next two Wednesdays, the University of Liverpool Management School will be hosting two quality sessions in their recently refurbished space. The first session, a ‘Breakfast Briefing’ taking place on 16 November between 8.30 and 9.30 am, is an event exclusively for our tenants and external businesses involved in Growth Catalyst . Growth Catalyst, a UoL driven… Read more »

The Launch of our Studio Space

We are extremely proud launch our multi-purpose Studio space. Located next to the reception area of our ic1 building, the newly refurbished Studio offers you a chance to host larger events in a flexible environment. With lightweight and comfortable seating, the room can be quickly and efficiently customised to suit the specific needs of each event…. Read more »

LSP Tenant Videregen reports patent success in the UK and Australia

LSP Tenant Videregen reports patent success in the UK and Australia ic3 tenant Videregen Limited has recently announced progress with its intellectual property portfolio, having patents granted and accepted in the UK and Australia respectively. Videregen, a clinical stage regenerative medicine company, focuses its attention on the development of personalised organ replacements. Its successful UK patent… Read more »

Shaping Strategies at Innovate UK 2016

The global spotlight on UK innovation was firmly on the North West last week as Innovate UK held its 2016 conference in Manchester. Having attended both days along with several thousand others, I can attest to the quality of speakers, the quality of this country’s research and the potential for us to drive the country’s… Read more »

Automation hits the Financial Times

LSP Tenant Automation hits the Financial Times ic2 residents Ultamation, with their partner Intuitive Homes, made front page news of The Financial Times this weekend with a feature on one of their multi-award winning projects; The Man Cave. London and New York-based technology journalist, Jonathan Margolis, visited the leafy Mancunian suburbs of Bowdon to visit… Read more »