British Science Week starts today until March 19 and will highlight UK technological advancements and how science improves our everyday lives, helping to inspire the next generation of scientists, including in the field of space.
The theme for this year is ‘Connections’, focusing on how innovations are initially generated from connections built between working together, efficiently boosting businesses and the economy.
Start-up company Exobotics develops the next generation of nano-satellite sub-systems, platforms and operational services, dedicated to validating people’s ideas in space quickly and efficiently, and its founder and CEO, Nadeem Gabbani, looks forward to being a part of British Science Week.
He said: “Celebrating the advancements in science and engineering is important to recognise the progress made so far, and how we can continue to innovate as a nation. The government investing in the science and technology industry represent how connections can empower businesses as many high-skilled jobs and developing technologies can emerge off the back of the large investment plans.”
“Connections between people and industries are significant in any business and pave the way to success for many SMEs. Current partnerships and investors provide a plethora of opportunities through support and guidance, playing an integral role in the space sector in particular.”
“Exobotics is committed to lowering the barriers to entry to space for its customers, acting as an in-house satellite development to support those within and outside of the space industry who may lack the resources, team skill or experience to execute a full space mission.
UK business growth
More connections built between industries such as FinTech, agriculture, mining and telecommunications can help bring new, unprecedented benefits to grow both businesses and the UK economy as a whole.”
“Continued emphasis on science, from government, businesses and people is vital in order for the UK to achieve its ambitious goals, and investment and support in infrastructure from businesses right the way through to education will play a big part in inspiring the next generation to pursue science.”
Exobotics is a start-up company developing the next generation of nano-satellite sub-systems, platforms and operational services, dedicated to validating people’s ideas in space quickly and efficiently. They have facilities across the UK, which expand their capacities and capabilities to meet growing customer demand and have lately considered how their services can connect and support other growing businesses and industries.