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Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating, meeting places and conferencing #greatplacetomeet and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

  • 07.06.16
  • ndustrialisation of Additive Manufacturing: From Concept to End Product
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), Altair and HiETA Technologies will be holding an event 'Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing - From Concept to End Product'.

    Showcasing an example of an AM product it has produced as a collaboration, the event will take organisations through the journey from concept to end product.
  • Read more.

News

  • 01.03.16
  • CFMS to participate in Hyperflux++ Project
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) has announced it will be taking part in a follow-on Hyperflux project.

    With a project value of £850,000, Hyperflux++ began on 1st September 2015 and will run for three years, completing in 2018. The project is supported by the joint industry and government aerospace R&D funding programme, delivered as a partnership between the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and Innovate UK.
  • Read more.
  • 08.02.16
  • HiETA open doors to new advanced technology centre
  • The opening of a new advanced technology centre at Bristol & Bath Science Park is set to break new ground for the UK’s additive manufacturing industry.

  • Read more.
  • 03.12.15
  • Business Secretary hears Bristol & Bath Science Park’s plans for growth
  • Proposals to bring new investment and jobs to the West of England were shared with Business Secretary Sajid Javid on a visit to the Bristol & Bath Science Park today (3 December 2015).
  • Read more.
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Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating, meeting places and conferencing #greatplacetomeet and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

  • 07.06.16
  • ndustrialisation of Additive Manufacturing: From Concept to End Product
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), Altair and HiETA Technologies will be holding an event 'Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing - From Concept to End Product'.

    Showcasing an example of an AM product it has produced as a collaboration, the event will take organisations through the journey from concept to end product.
  • Read more.

News

  • 01.03.16
  • CFMS to participate in Hyperflux++ Project
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) has announced it will be taking part in a follow-on Hyperflux project.

    With a project value of £850,000, Hyperflux++ began on 1st September 2015 and will run for three years, completing in 2018. The project is supported by the joint industry and government aerospace R&D funding programme, delivered as a partnership between the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and Innovate UK.
  • Read more.
  • 08.02.16
  • HiETA open doors to new advanced technology centre
  • The opening of a new advanced technology centre at Bristol & Bath Science Park is set to break new ground for the UK’s additive manufacturing industry.

  • Read more.
  • 03.12.15
  • Business Secretary hears Bristol & Bath Science Park’s plans for growth
  • Proposals to bring new investment and jobs to the West of England were shared with Business Secretary Sajid Javid on a visit to the Bristol & Bath Science Park today (3 December 2015).
  • Read more.
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Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating, meeting places and conferencing #greatplacetomeet and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

  • 07.06.16
  • ndustrialisation of Additive Manufacturing: From Concept to End Product
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), Altair and HiETA Technologies will be holding an event 'Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing - From Concept to End Product'.

    Showcasing an example of an AM product it has produced as a collaboration, the event will take organisations through the journey from concept to end product.
  • Read more.

News

  • 01.03.16
  • CFMS to participate in Hyperflux++ Project
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) has announced it will be taking part in a follow-on Hyperflux project.

    With a project value of £850,000, Hyperflux++ began on 1st September 2015 and will run for three years, completing in 2018. The project is supported by the joint industry and government aerospace R&D funding programme, delivered as a partnership between the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and Innovate UK.
  • Read more.
  • 08.02.16
  • HiETA open doors to new advanced technology centre
  • The opening of a new advanced technology centre at Bristol & Bath Science Park is set to break new ground for the UK’s additive manufacturing industry.

  • Read more.
  • 03.12.15
  • Business Secretary hears Bristol & Bath Science Park’s plans for growth
  • Proposals to bring new investment and jobs to the West of England were shared with Business Secretary Sajid Javid on a visit to the Bristol & Bath Science Park today (3 December 2015).
  • Read more.

Bristol and Bath Science Park

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Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating, meeting places and conferencing #greatplacetomeet and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

  • 07.06.16
  • ndustrialisation of Additive Manufacturing: From Concept to End Product
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), Altair and HiETA Technologies will be holding an event 'Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing - From Concept to End Product'.

    Showcasing an example of an AM product it has produced as a collaboration, the event will take organisations through the journey from concept to end product.
  • Read more.

News

  • 01.03.16
  • CFMS to participate in Hyperflux++ Project
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) has announced it will be taking part in a follow-on Hyperflux project.

    With a project value of £850,000, Hyperflux++ began on 1st September 2015 and will run for three years, completing in 2018. The project is supported by the joint industry and government aerospace R&D funding programme, delivered as a partnership between the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and Innovate UK.
  • Read more.
  • 08.02.16
  • HiETA open doors to new advanced technology centre
  • The opening of a new advanced technology centre at Bristol & Bath Science Park is set to break new ground for the UK’s additive manufacturing industry.

  • Read more.
  • 03.12.15
  • Business Secretary hears Bristol & Bath Science Park’s plans for growth
  • Proposals to bring new investment and jobs to the West of England were shared with Business Secretary Sajid Javid on a visit to the Bristol & Bath Science Park today (3 December 2015).
  • Read more.

Bristol and Bath Science Park

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Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating, meeting places and conferencing #greatplacetomeet and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

  • 07.06.16
  • ndustrialisation of Additive Manufacturing: From Concept to End Product
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), Altair and HiETA Technologies will be holding an event 'Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing - From Concept to End Product'.

    Showcasing an example of an AM product it has produced as a collaboration, the event will take organisations through the journey from concept to end product.
  • Read more.

News

  • 01.03.16
  • CFMS to participate in Hyperflux++ Project
  • The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) has announced it will be taking part in a follow-on Hyperflux project.

    With a project value of £850,000, Hyperflux++ began on 1st September 2015 and will run for three years, completing in 2018. The project is supported by the joint industry and government aerospace R&D funding programme, delivered as a partnership between the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI) and Innovate UK.
  • Read more.
  • 08.02.16
  • HiETA open doors to new advanced technology centre
  • The opening of a new advanced technology centre at Bristol & Bath Science Park is set to break new ground for the UK’s additive manufacturing industry.

  • Read more.
  • 03.12.15
  • Business Secretary hears Bristol & Bath Science Park’s plans for growth
  • Proposals to bring new investment and jobs to the West of England were shared with Business Secretary Sajid Javid on a visit to the Bristol & Bath Science Park today (3 December 2015).
  • Read more.