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The popular Bike 2 Work breakfasts are back. Starting again in July, on the first Wednesday of every month, if you cycle to work you will receive a free take away breakfast with a hot or cold drink and choice of pastry from Café Metro, courtesy of Milton Park. If you would like to take … Continued
Did you know that Milton Park is home to two beehives and a single colony of honey bees?
As people are starting to return to work at the Park, our property and facilities management service providers, CBRE and Ashdown Phillips & Partners, have been busy planning for a safe return following the COVID-19 outbreak.
If you’re missing your weekly boot camp sessions, Johnny Stokes who runs JWS Fitness & Wellbeing, is bringing them to you, virtually!
In light of the Government’s latest announcement on returning to work, we are busy preparing Milton Park for people’s safe return.
For those of you working on the Park, you may have noticed that the geese are back, this time with seven new goslings.
There are many companies up and down the country playing a vital role in the COVID-19 response. Here we pay tribute to those amazing companies and their teams that are based at Milton Park which are going above and beyond during these unprecedented times.
How do you produce a corporate video while in lockdown?
Are you registered to use the shared bikes at Milton Park, but haven’t yet taken the user survey? If so, it’s not too late.
For anyone who receives Didcot Garden Town’s regular newsletters, their latest one shows that they continue to be busy planning for Didcot’s future.
Did you know that May is National Walking Month?
With the Park a little quieter than normal and travel having reduced, we have seen an increase in walkers and runners enjoying the Park as Spring continues in earnest with flowers blooming and the trees starting to burst.
VivoPlex, which is transforming fertility treatment with precision medicine and recently relocated from Southampton to Milton Park to be based at 115 Innovation Drive, has received the UK regulatory approvals required to initiate the first clinical feasibility study of its wireless battery-free uterine sensor system.
Oxford Optronix, based at 127 Olympic Avenue, has built 2,000 Flo-Ox™ devices in just eight days, thereby securing the timely distribution of Flo-Ox™ oxygen monitors to hospitals and COVID-19 patients around the UK.
Are you able to support the NHS with the urgent supply of vital Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), in particular gowns and protective coveralls?
During these challenging times, with innovation happening everyday, all around us, Mathys & Squire, the intellectual property firm based at 174 Brook Drive, is offering Milton Park-based companies a free Intellectual Property Valuation Package.
OBN, the company behind BioTrinity, the annual conference that has been supporting the UK’s innovative life sciences community from its Milton Park-base for over 10 years, has been busy converting its end of April London event into BioTrinity Digital 2020. OBN’s move to virtual conferencing makes it the first major life sciences conference in the … Continued
Isansys, based at 8C Park Square, continues its mission to help the doctors, nurses and medical support teams in their courageous fight to save lives and reduce the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
With Earth Hour happening at 830pm (local time) on Saturday 28th March 2020, this year, for public safety, the event is going digital and the organising team has recommended that all individuals participate in Earth Hour virtually.
Oxfordshire County Council is holding an online consultation to update local people on the proposed package of infrastructure improvements in Didcot and surrounding areas.
The Government has launched a new business support website that clearly sets out the various schemes available to help businesses through the COVID-19 crisis.
SOFEA is a Didcot-based charity distributing hundreds of tonnes of good quality surplus food to the vulnerable and disadvantaged in our communities each year.
Languages at Lunch is offering its next French, Spanish and Mandarin courses as online courses. For the time being, the usual Language at Lunch sessions held in our Innovation Centre have been cancelled. However, current classes have been moved to video conferencing for online classes. Languages at Lunch is offering both beginners and improvers courses. … Continued
Park Club members can keep fit and healthy during the COVID-19 situation thanks to virtual workouts.