Celebrating innovation & collaboration between Labskin and leading universities


One major benefit of being based at a science park like York Biotech Campus is being around like-minded people who work in similar fields. The campus is an environment where there are many opportunities to share best practice and ideas, and ultimately drive forwards innovation and research and development (R&D).

Our occupiers often collaborate with other businesses in their sectors, but another important piece of the puzzle is drawing on the knowledge and facilities that universities can offer. One occupier doing just this is Labskin, a leading skincare testing company that develops and grows an artificial human-like skin product.

Labskin work alongside several universities within the region and across the UK, including Sheffield Hallam University and the University of York. On its collaboration with universities, Dr Nicola Kingswell, Head of Laboratories...