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University of Liverpool is to proceed with plans to develop a £20m 60,000 sq ft Bio Innovation Hub on Crowne Street.

University of Liverpool has won approval to build a £65m 120,000 sq ft materials innovation facility with 250 researchers in Grove Street.

University of Liverpool and Unilever are seeking a contractor to design and build a Materials Innovation Factory, providing space for up to 240 researchers.

University of Liverpool is planning to open a 75,000 sq ft teaching centre at 33 Finsbury Square in London in September.

University of Liverpool is to relocate 50 infectious disease researchers to an 8,000 sq ft laboratory and office at Liverpool Science Park from July.

University of Liverpool and a number of partners have submitted plans for the development of the 70,000 sq ft Liverpool BioInnovation Centre at the proposed 2m sq ft BioCampus life sciences park.

The University of Liverpool is looking to invest up to £600m in the expansion of its campuses, including £250m for improvements to student accommodation.

The University of Liverpool is to spend up to £20m recruiting academics for its new cancer research centre due to open next year.

The University of Liverpool has submitted plans to build a £90m cancer research centre in Crown Street by 2011.

The University of Liverpool has unveiled plans to build a new £25m science laboratory on Chatham Street North by September 2011.

The University of Liverpool is to set up a Centre For Materials Discovery, having secured £8.2m of funding from the Northwest Regional Development Agency, the Merseyside European Objective One programme and others.

The University of Liverpool is to build a £9m small animal hospital next to the existing large animal hospital at Leahurst, near Neston, by the end of 2006.

The University of Liverpool's Advanced Internet Methods & Emergent Systems Institute has secured £2m of EU funding to develop grid computing technology at a new science park next to the Metropolitan Cathedral, which could lead to the creation of 175 jobs.

The University of Liverpool is to set up a genetic knowledge park in partnership with the universities of Manchester and Lancaster, as part of a government scheme to establish a network of such sites in Cambridge, London, Oxford, Newcastle, Salisbury, Wales and Manchester.