There are a whole host of fantastic roles currently being advertised by KQ Liverpool partners and the individual businesses who are located within our urban innovation district, ranging from senior positions to entry level opportunities.
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Speaking on behalf of Liverpool City Council, one of KQ Liverpool’s Partners, Council Leader, Cllr Liam Robinson, reflects on 2023 and looks ahead to the new year.
2023 was LJMU’s bicentenary. Over the past year, there’s been celebrations, events, exhibits, public lectures, international academic conferences, Bicentenary merchandise for graduates plus the launch of LJMU’s new strategic plan 2023 –2030.
More than 170 key figures from Liverpool City Region organisations attended the University of Liverpool Vice Chancellor’s Conference, to hear local and national viewpoints on Liverpool’s future success.
What next for KQ Liverpool after Investment Zones? What will Liverpool look like post Investment Zone funding? Are Investment Zones a one off or is this an opportunity to build on what could be achieved in the next five years? Introduction In the Spring Budget, a refocused Investment Zone programme was announced that will see […]
Senior leaders from the University of Liverpool and Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (LUHFT) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to advance plans for an Academic Health Sciences Campus on the site of the former Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
The new programme will support the growing number of startups and spin-outs created within the KQ Liverpool innovation district.
The Infection Innovation Consortium: iiCON has bolstered its core team, welcoming a cohort of new starters to support operations following strong growth.
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and self-funded charitable medical research organisation, LifeArc, are partnering to launch a new Translational Development Fund to help tackle infectious diseases.
People in Liverpool will now benefit from faster access to vital tests and scans for a wide range of health conditions, with the opening of a new NHS community diagnostic centre on the Paddington Village development in Edge Hill.
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