Keele University Science & Innovation Park is one of the leading developments of its kind in the heart of the United Kingdom, allowing companies to locate to an environment that provides an innovative research culture combined with academic expertise and the University’s specialist resources.


Over the past 25 years, more than 80 companies have joined us benefitting from our world-class facilities. Sectors include: medical technology, primary and secondary healthcare, information and digital technology and sustainability.

Innovation Centre 1 was opened in 1999 by Her Majesty, The Queen, and proved such a huge success that it was swiftly followed by three more Innovation Centres, two of which provide specially designed hi-spec accommodation for innovative medical and hi-technology businesses.

Keele University

The University’s mission is to provide a high quality educational experience for students shaped by outstanding research, contributing positively to social, environmental and economic agendas locally, nationally and internationally. This university is committed to:


Research & Enterprise

Research and Enterprise Services (RES) offer a range of services for business, commerce and industry. Our growing links with large and small businesses has created a key regional centre of excellence covering biotech, medical technology, environmental, IT, creative and service industries. Alongside state-of-the-art accommodation we offer a full range of business support services, an innovative research culture and specialist resources.

To help you get the most from the commercial opportunities available through collaboration with the University, our Research and Enterprise Services team can provide advice, support and access to University expertise.

Our Sustainability Hub

The Hub is based in the newly restored nineteenth century farm buildings of Home Farm, situated near the main entrance of the University and The Nova Centre. 

The Hub will provide a physical and academic environment to facilitate sustainability agendas relevant to research, education, industry and the local/regional community.  The aim is to promote exchange of expertise and collaboration in research, whilst providing access to the Keele campus.

There will be exhibit areas in the Hub showcasing green technology and sustainability research at Keele, including interactive displays and activities, as well as information on the energy efficient technologies used in the building and the history of Home Farm.

The Hub will host activities for all sectors of the local community, both on and off campus, including open days, conferences, family activities and school activities.  We are looking at ways of working with local businesses, charities, schools and community groups to foster links between the academic campus and the outside world.



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