Harpenden science lab centre joins 130-strong innovation association

PUBLISHED: 16:00 21 November 2018

RoCRE. Aerial photograph courtesy of Rothamsted Research.

RoCRE. Aerial photograph courtesy of Rothamsted Research.


A Harpenden research centre is now part of an 130-strong UK science park representation association.

Nicole Sadd from RoCRE. Picture: Jeremy Banks PhotographyNicole Sadd from RoCRE. Picture: Jeremy Banks Photography

Rothamsted Centre for Research and Enterprise (RoCRE), part of Rothamsted Research, has joined the United Kingdom Science Park Association (UKSPA).

It exists to represent innovative knowledge-based environments and help build a collaborative network.

Executive director of RoCRE, Nicole Sadd, said: “Being part of UKSPA will help us ensure that RoCRE is not only firmly on the map in terms of our state-of-the-art facilities and offering as a centre for innovation and collaboration, but will also help us build a network of relationships across the UK with other parks, to share ideas and best practice.”

Executive Director of UKSPA, Jim Duvall, added: “Our work to promote the UK’s Science and Innovation sector is greatly enhanced by the scale and growth of our membership and RoCRE are an important addition to our association. UKSPA’s mission is also to help deliver the ambitious plans that RoCRE has to expand their capacity to deliver even greater impact in the future.”

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