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Supporting innovation and growth in healthcare technologies

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The SIGHT team: (top row): Olga Llewellyn, Pam Jones, Alice Mortlock, Anoop Chauhan, Joe Shoebridge, Gordon Blunn, Louise Pulley, Danielle Dove, Sharon Court. (bottom row): David Lubega, Sarah Duckering, Mark Barber, and Phil Jewell.

Picture this – you’re an entrepreneur with an exciting, innovative tech product that is in its infancy and which you know could transform healthcare in the UK. Great, right?
Yes, but when you begin to look into the challenges and complexities of bringing a new tech product into the healthcare industry, the obstacles could begin to look almost insurmountable.
Do you give up? No, you’re an entrepreneur, you’ve come this far – giving up is not an option.

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Young minds spark bright ideas for tackling climate change

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30 students aged from 7 to 14 attended a climate conference at Portsmouth College to come up with ideas on how to tackle climate change.

The students, from The Portsmouth Academy, Meon Junior School and Newbridge Junior School, all volunteered to attend the event because they want to make a difference, to their schools and their city.

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Wightlink encourages Portsmouth youngsters to protect the marine environment

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Wightlink is partnering with Portsmouth’s New Theatre Royal to support its event The Problem with Plastic (and what to do with it) on Thursday 13 February 2020.

The ferry company’s sponsorship will enable 30 families from the Charles Dickens and St Thomas wards of Portsmouth to come along to the evening presentation and learn more about the dangers posed by unwanted plastic in the environment. It is the first event of the Festival of the Sea 2020.

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Primary Schools’ STEM Fair is back for 2020

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STEM businesses are being given an amazing opportunity to attend EBP South’s Primary Schools’ STEM Fair in partnership with Portsmouth Water.

The event has been running in a similar form for 30 years and has evolved to become a two-day event with businesses running 25-minute activities with small groups of primary students aged 9 and 10 years old.

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