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Aberystwyth Innovation and Enterprise Campus ("Aberinnovation") has just distributed its first newsletter. It contains news of
- the construction of the campus,
- a half-day conference on business funding by the Development Bank of Wales and Angels Invest Wales which will take place at the offices of Aberinnovation on 24 March 2020, and
- a business breakfast to be attended by Hannah Blythyn AM (Deputy Minister for Housing and Local Government) on the theme "Making the Circular Economy in Wales a Reality" in the William Davies Hall on the Gogerddan campus at 08:30 on 26 March 2020.
According to the History page of the campus's website, Aberinnovation is a joint project between Aberystwyth University and the Biotechnology and the Biological Sciences Research Council "to convert the 21st Century’s grand challenges of food, water and energy security into sustainable and prosperous opportunities for society, recognising that innovation in agriculture and the food supply chain will play a critical role in fostering a knowledge-based bio-economy." The vision for the campus is to create a world leading facility for bio-science research, developing ground breaking products for the agri-tech market.
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