The oxygen wound therapy developer, NATROX® (registered trade mark of Inotec AMD Limited), has taken another floor at Cambridge Research Park, bringing the company’s total footprint to 5,600 sq. ft.
The second of two lettings since lockdown, Biochrom join the growing life-science and research and development community at Cambridge Research Park!
One of the park’s occupier companies is playing its part in the ongoing battle to find a vaccine or therapy to treat COVID19. STEMCELL Technologies, based in Building 7100, develops cell cultures, cell separation systems, instruments and other reagents for use in life sciences research.
Cambridge Research Park is delighted to welcome leading bio-tech company Grifols as the new occupants of units 8 and 9 at Enterprise, the park’s latest hybrid business unit scheme. Founded in Spain in 1909, Grifols is a global company and leading supplier of blood plasma-based products.
In the first week of December the park held a ‘Best Dressed Bauble Competition’. Materials were supplied for entrants to get creative with their Christmas bauble designs and a prize was given for the most ravishing! Entry was £1 and all proceeds were donated to the Stars charity.
On Tuesday 17th December 2019, the first Santa Run to took place to raise money for the Stars charity. The course covered 1-4 laps around the lake equalling 1-5 km.
Christmas kicked off early this year with a mini fair on November 22nd at The Boardwalk Cafe. Organised in support of local charity Stars, the Cambridge-based children’s bereavement support service, a festive mix of stalls offered a variety of goodies ranging from confectionery and jewellery to craft-making kits.