Goonhilly Space Science is already creating job creation spin offs

Posted on: 6th October 2014

Falmouth resizedAndrew George MP meets (from left) Professor Philip Moore Pro Vice-Chancellor at Falmouth University and Ian Jones CEO Goonhilly Earth Station Ltd


West Cornwall MP, Andrew George, visited the Alacrity Project, based at the AIR Innovation Centre at Falmouth University on Friday 3rd October to discuss collaboration opportunities between Falmouth University and Goonhilly Earth Station.

Mr George said, “the opportunities for spin off economic and job creation growth from the advancement of space science at Goonhilly is greatly encouraging and bodes well for the future. The incubator facilities at Falmouth are impressive and have great synergy with growth opportunities in sectors like space science.”