PP-L Biosafety expands to one of the World’s Leading Bio-Technology Hubs.
PP-L Biosafety is pleased to announce its latest office opening at The Bradfield Centre in Cambridge Science Park. The Science Park is home to over 130 innovative companies, with many working on developing new world class technologies and bioscience interventions that can make a different to mankind.
This cluster of dynamic game-changers has played an important role in the recognition of Cambridge as one of the world’s leading technology and biosciences hotspots. The hub also accommodates the new Bio-Innovation Centre, which contains laboratories and offices for other like-mined occupiers related to the Life Sciences sector.
Dr Rhys Thomas, chief medical, and scientific officer at PP-L, says, “This space is clearly a great match for PP-L, with the Bradfield Centre itself accommodating hundreds of inventors, researchers, and like-minded businesses who all seek to make a positive difference to people’s lives.”
“The centre is designed to offer a collaborative space to enable these leading disruptors in their expert fields to share ideas and spark yet further creativity. Operating within this environment will allow PP-L to further develop reach and capability through mutual knowledge sharing with a variety of expert bio-tech & life-sciences innovators and professionals.”
“We are excited by the opportunity that moving into Cambridge Science Park offers us. We hope that this leads to further development and innovation, so we can help more organisations to become safer and more pandemic resilient to future pandemic threats.”
PP-L Biosafety are expert consultants offering advice and, providing physical mitigations to protect people inside buildings or transport that are based on scientifically proven engineering and technology solutions to prevent the transmission of harmful spores, bacteria, and viruses – including this airborne Coronavirus that causes Covid-19.
Our team of chartered engineers, scientists and medical experts help organisations go beyond government guidance to make their operations even safer and become pandemic resilient for whatever the future may bring.