Latest Science Jobs in the UK and Europe – 14/01/12

Here is a list of our latest science jobs in the UK and Europe. Click on the links below to find out more and be the first to apply!:

Science jobsMidlands:

Production Assistant – East Midlands

Microbiology Laboratory Manager – E Mids

Microbiology Laboratory Manager – E Mids

North East:

Technical Administrator – Teeside

Analytical Development Scientist – North East

ScotlaScience jobsnd:

Offshore Chemist in Aberdeen

Operations Manager in Aberdeen

Molecular Biologist in Edinburgh

Microbiologist in Glasgow

Lancashire:

Laboratory Manager – Chemicals, Lancashire

East Anglia:

SScience jobsite Chemist – Part Time, MS, Norwich

Cambridgeshire:

Hazpack Site Chemist – Waste & Env, Cambridgeshire

Homecounties:

Regional Quality Assurance Consultant – Berkshire

GMP Quality Auditor – Hertfordshire

Analytical Chemist – Hertfordshire

Senior Process Engineer – Surrey

Production Manager – Surrey

LonScience jobs don:

Inspector – Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, London

Analytical Chemist – London

Analytical Chemist – Petrochemical, Oil, London

Molecular Biology Field Sales Manager – London

Yorkshire:

Site Chemist – Waste & Environmental, South Yorks.

 

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Norwich Research Park to Create 5,000 Jobs

Business Secretary Vince Cable has opened the Norwich Research Park, set to create 5,000 jobs, reports EDP24.com.

Mr Cable praised the park, calling it “world beating” and “ambitious” as he opened the facility equipped with office space and laboratories. The area the park has been built in is one with a high concentration of food and environmental science businesses, and the project is expected to create around 5,000 jobs over the next fifteen years.

Mr Cable reaffirmed the government’s commitment to the science industry by agreeing to a £26 million investment into the Norwich Research Park, as business plans have been submitted to the government. The park is expected to create the jobs by expanding thanks to the investment.

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5,000 Science Jobs to be created in Norwich

iStock_000006963239Medium[1]As reported by the BBC, 5,000 science jobs will be created in a plan to open new laboratories and offices at the Norwich Research Park (NRP).

Norwich Research Park is Europe’s leading centre for research in food, health and environmental sciences.  The £5m Innovation Centre has 30 units for science-related businesses. Currently, the park comprises the Sainsbury Laboratory, the Genome Analysis Centre and the University of East Anglia, as well as a number of science and innovation businesses. At present, there is almost 3,000 scientists based at the park/

NRP Innovation Centre Project Co-odinator, John Irving stated, “The NRP Innovation Centre provides a first-class working environment and we are looking to attract tenants from all areas of science throughout the UK, Europe and further afield.

“This investment underlines the economic value of research to the Norfolk and east of England economy.”

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300 Science Jobs to be Created in Norfolk, UK

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Thirty new laboratories and offices for 300 research scientists are to be built in Norfolk with a £5m investment fund.

The fund of £5m has been provided by the following companies:

  • Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) will provide £500,000
  • The East of England Development Agency £1.4m
  • Greater Norwich Development Partnership £1m
  • The University of East Anglia £500,000
  • The remainder will come from other Norwich Research Park partners

The aim of the scheme is to attract new science companies to the area and is the first stage of a plan to create 5,000 jobs in research by 2021. The new development is on land donated by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) at Norwich Research Park. There will also be space for new start-ups and for existing firms to expand.

The science facilities are due to open in the summer and will be managed by a new joint venture company Colney Innovations Limited. David Parfrey, BBSRC Director of Finance and Director of Colney Innovations Limited, said: “Within one kilometre of this facility, there are no fewer than 2,700 research scientists focussed on health, food and environmental sciences – a unique resource in this country. By 2021, we plan to create the facilities for 5,000 new science-related jobs on Norwich Research Park which will make Norfolk one of the world’s largest single-site scientific research centres.”

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