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Category Archives: Spark Edition November 2014

Profit from patents and cut tax

If your business makes profits from patents, there’s a very good chance you could benefit from a significantly reduced corporation tax rate. The Government’s ‘Patent Box’ regime was first mooted back in 2009, and finally came into force in April

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No ‘Times’ to stand still

The University of Warwick is not resting on its laurels – despite picking up one of the most prestigious accolades in higher education. It was declared the University of the Year by The Times and Sunday Times newspapers and rose

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Speedback makes debut

University of Warwick Science Park staff got a sneak peak at a luxury car designed and developed in Coventry. The David Brown Automotive Speedback has been designed by a team, whose headquarters is based at the University of Warwick Science

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Grant to speed up growth

A Warwickshire engineering company is pressing ahead with growth after being given help to access new funding streams. Angstrom Engineering, which is based in Alcester, wanted to accelerate growth after seeing new opportunities following the purchase of a new machine.

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Technical aid on offer

Companies based on the University of Warwick Science Park can benefit from a new service offering technical aid with everything from product development to fault-finding with existing products. The service, offered by Warwick Scientific Services, is aimed at any business

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Science Park tenant developing sensor-ble product

A sensor which raises the alarm if older people fall or have mobility problems is being developed by a business at the University of Warwick Science Park. Engineering consulting company and specialists in complex simulation, EnginSoft UK, which is based

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