After more than a decade of meticulous research and development, Swansea-based Marine Power Systems are preparing to launch a revolutionary new device into the renewable energy market, harnessing the vast power of ocean waves and wind.
MicroLink Devices UK are part of an elite group of Wales-based companies and academics who are harnessing the power of the one of the world’s most important emerging technologies: compound semiconductors.
With a passion for supporting Welsh manufacturers, the ASTUTE 2020 multi-university partnership offers manufacturers the unique opportunity to embrace future manufacturing technologies, thereby enabling greater levels of business innovation.
A Regional Collaboration for Health (ARCH) is a unique collaboration between three strategic partners; Swansea Bay University Health Board, Hywel Dda University Health Board and Swansea University".
There is a strong and clear desire in the area for a food park by businesses in Pembrokeshire. In 2015 it was established that over half of food and drink related companies in the area had a desire to grow their businesses in the near future.
Constructed in the 1970s to create one of the deepest berths in the UK, Port Talbot is one of only a few harbours capable of handling cape-size vessels of up to 170,000 dwt.
The OpTIC Technology centre is a unique business and technology centre based in St Asaph, in the heart of North Wales linking R&D, Industry and Academia offering conference facilities, meeting rooms, incubation and specialist engineering and research services.