Hundreds of science jobs to be created at a North Yorkshire innovation centre

As reported by The Yorkshire Post, hundreds of science jobs could be created at the Sand Hutton Applied Innovation Campus based in North Yorkshire.

The Sand Hutton Applied Innovation Campus is eight miles from the centre of York and allows both academics and entrepreneurs to work together. 100 scientific staff from science-based SME’s (small and medium sized enterprises) are due to move to the campus this year and current occupants include The Food and Environment Research Agency and the Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

The Sand Hutton Applied Innovation Campus is a project being let by Science City York, The University of York and Fera. It is hoped that it will increased the productivity of Yorkshire’s scientific and hi-tech industries by £37m.

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