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Flame Screen joins The Core

Flame Screen joins The Core

We’re pleased to welcome Flame Screen, a new virtual occupier, to The Core. Flame Screen Limited is a specialist marine company, who provide Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) MGN 453 (M) compliant on-board flame retardant treatments to the super-yacht industry, using some of the world’s most advanced range of liquid flame retardant technologies. Their expertise in the… Read more

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The Core celebrate National Women in Engineering Day with VEX Robotics Challenge

The Core celebrate National Women in Engineering Day with VEX Robotics Challenge

The Core are delighted to host the Royal Academy of Engineering and Newcastle College this month as they celebrate the work produced through the Connecting STEM Teachers programme. The programme brings together teams of school pupils to battle it out in the VEX Robotics Challenge final. Teams from each school are currently building and developing… Read more

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Work with us

Work with us

Creative Space Management is seeking to appoint a supplier to undertake a number of key marketing tasks in relation to The Core, Science Central, Newcastle upon Tyne. The Core opened in November 2014 to support the knowledge and innovation economy, principally through the provision of high quality serviced accommodation which is adjacent to forthcoming University… Read more

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Satellite Start-Ups

Want to get into space? It takes just two hours… On 20 May, the UK space sector is coming to Newcastle to help entrepreneurs launch new business ideas that use satellite technology. The European Satellite Navigation Competition (ESNC) and the Copernicus Masters are the leading innovation competitions designed to transform brilliant ideas that use satellite… Read more

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Food Newcastle: Future City Digest

Food Newcastle: Future City Digest

The Core will welcome Food Newcastle on 22 May for a year one update. Food Newcastle is a city-wide partnership bringing together the public, private, and voluntary and community sectors to improve the local food system and tackle some of Newcastle’s most pressing social, economic and environmental problems through initiatives linked to food. An initial… Read more

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