In this episode we’re discussing the growing network of space clusters across the country that are enabling a new, more connected and more collaborative era in the development of the space sector in the UK.
Developing a strong space community in all regions across the UK is essential to foster new collaborations and bring new innovations to life.
Over the past decade, the UK space sector has grown from a small group of highly successful niche companies, to a far reaching, dynamic and diverse ecosystem made up of entrepreneurs, academia and both large and small commercial organisations.
New technologies and applications that are resulting from these collaborations are fundamentally changing how society operates while simultaneously raising the profile of the UK Space Sector.
Sarah is a space journalist, international TV host and award winning author. She has an academic background in astrophysics and is a global thought leader in the growing commercial space sector.
Within the space industry Sarah works at the highest level, traveling the globe working to develop the commercial space sector. She also sits on the board of directors of Space for Humanity, a global non-profit dedicated to democratising access to space and is an honorary advocate of the Space Frontier Foundation.
Sarah’s mission is to inspire a diverse audience about why space exploration matters, how it has shaped all of our lives and why we all need to look up a little more. Space is for everyone.
Supporting the growth of the UK space sector, through the creation of a more transparent and connected ecosystem.
The Space Enterprise Community has been designed to help address this challenge, connecting commercial, academic, research and public sector stakeholders from each region with one another and providing a supportive, collaborative and user friendly platform for all parties.
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