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A further 12,000 sq ft of space at a Cheshire site which has become a major science hub has been snapped up in a flurry of lettings.
Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) has announced that two new companies have relocated to Mereside campus at Alderley Park while an existing customer has expanded.
Econic Technologies has expanded at the site to more than 7,000 sq ft, which includes the relocation of its operations from London’s Imperial College incubator, with additional laboratory and office space required to realise its growth strategy.
The company – which has recently received a major Horizon 2020 SME award – is an innovative and fast -growing chemical technology company that develops and commercialises novel catalyst technologies to build carbon dioxide into polyurethanes and other polymers.
New customer, medical communications and advisory company Bioscript Group, has taken 1,258 sq ft to accommodate its regulatory writing division as part of an ongoing expansion.
Bioscript Regulatory provides regulatory communications expertise to international pharmaceutical and biotech companies, and the team are already building new partnerships with several neighbouring biotech companies at Alderley Park.
Also joining the MSP community is EM Resist, which has taken 3,992 sq ft of laboratory and office space. The company specialises in developing, manufacturing and exporting materials used in the semiconductor industry. Additionally, the company is setting up an open access electron microscopy and sample preparation suite at the site for both internal and external customers. Read more
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