It’s been an exciting couple of months for Milkalyser, not only have we expanded into new premises but we have also hosted a visit from local MP Ben Bradshaw. Milkalyser have now joined the growing number of local science and technology companies at Exeter Science Park. The park is the home of science and technology in the south-west, with companies working in a range of areas from biosciences and medicine, to materials and sustainability. This space will now become our development area for Milkalyser, as well as providing a space to showcase our work.
We have already welcomed our first visitor to our Exeter Science Park exhibition workshop. On Friday 10th November, MP for Exeter Ben Bradshaw paid us a visit whilst on a tour of the park. Our marketing partner, David Selway, explained the problems currently facing the dairy industry and how we are trying to solve them. Ben was interested to learn about the work that both Milkalyser, and eCow, do in improving dairy cow health; and recalled meeting founder, Toby Mottram, at previous events.
David Selway showing Ben Bradshaw the Milkalyser workshop (and his latest dance moves!)The future of the science park is a bright one, with exciting developments planned, and we are looking forward to working in such a stimulating and innovative environment.