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Space Mission 2.0

Last chance to sign up for Space Mission 2.0 - applications must be in my midnight on 9th October! Organised by Innovate UK, this valuable mission opportunity takes place between 14-10 Nov 2015 includes arranged visits as well as stand at SpaceCom EXPO from 17-19 Nov.   SpaceMission2.0-Flyer1.pdf

ORE Catapult boldly goes with new ESA Space Ambassadors

The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult is hosting European Space Agency (ESA) Ambassadors for its Integrated Application Programme (IAP) as part of an opportunity to identify and facilitate offshore energy needs that can be fulfilled and supported by space assets. This activity, part of ESA’s broader network of Ambassador Platforms, is aimed at all aspects of the offshore energy industry, not just renewables. The purpose of the Ambassador Platforms is to raise awareness of the ARTES 20 (Integrated Applications) and ARTES 3-4 (Satellite Communication Applications) programmes and to identify, promote and deliver feasibility studies and demonstration-scale projects.   The Ambassadors, Callum...
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UK Space Agency Technology Call - but you need to be quick!

The UK Space Agency has just launched its technology pathfinder open call - for funding of up to £50k to support new space technologies become commercial and, usefully, support them ahead of further development in programmes such as ESA's.  For more information go to the Opportunities page on this site.

Business Breakfast and Telecom Workshop

 InnovateUK business breakfast in Edinburgh on the 10th June, and ESA Telecommunications Workshop 8 - 10 July in Oxford.

Presentation by CEO of Spire

Tomorrow Peter Platzer from Spire will give a seminar about his exciting company in Glasgow. An excellent opportunity to view the future cubesat world.  

ESNC Copernicus Masters 2015

This top European competition for services, products and business innovations has just opened.  SoxSA are holding a workshop on this in Glasgow on the 21st May.

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