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  1. Sensor City welcomes its first tenant

    Sensor City, Liverpool’s £15 million technological innovation centre, is pleased to welcome its first tenant. K-Safe Ltd, the creators of MiBB, an innovative personal safety product, will take up residence in the purpose-built innovation centre when it opens in June 2017. Sensor City is creating a growing community of sensor-related companies and will support members […]

  2. Electronics entrepreneur picks Liverpool over South Korea

    South Korea might be considered something of a global centre for the electronics industry, but for one entrepreneur Liverpool’s Sensor City proved an even stronger lure. By day, Atul Singh Minhas works at the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Translational Medicine, but by night he is working hard to make his innovation, the Smart Socket, […]

  3. Sensor City moves into Liverpool Science Park

    Liverpool’s Sensor City project has moved into Liverpool Science Park ahead of the opening of its official home at Copperas Hill in 2017. Established hi-tech sensor businesses, start-ups and graduate entrepreneurs from across the region will be able to get access to leading experts and world-class research from the field of sensor technologies, and learn […]

  4. Sensor City takes shape

    The steel structure that will form the skeleton of the joint £15 million Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) and University of Liverpool Sensor City development is taking shape. Located directly next to Liverpool Lime Street, ideally situated between the two institutions, and within strolling distance of Liverpool Science Park, Sensor City will become an imposing […]

  5. Anna Soubry MP launches Sensor City

    The Right Honourable Anna Soubry, Minister for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise, led a ground-breaking ceremony to officially launch Liverpool’s £15 million Sensor City project. The Sensor City facility, located in the Copperas Hill redevelopment area and part of the University Enterprise Zone, is a joint venture between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John […]

  6. £5M European funding to support development of Sensor City

    The England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020, has awarded £5 million to support the development of a hi-tech sensor hub in Liverpool city centre. The £15 million Sensor City facility, located in the Copperas Hill redevelopment area and part of the University Enterprise Zone, […]

  7. Sensor City: Six months on

    Business professionals joined academics for an engagement event six months on from the launch of Sensor City, a government backed project to develop a £15m hi-tech sensors hub in Liverpool. A joint venture between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University, Sensor City is currently in the early design phase of building a […]

  8. Sensor City launches

    A new hi-tech business hub that could create 1,000 jobs and house 300 new businesses over the next decade has officially launched. A collaboration between University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University, Sensor City will see the creation of a sensor-systems business innovation centre in a bespoke 2,500m2 building in the Copperas Hill redevelopment […]

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