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Date:6/15/2009

the way that the East Midlands is at the forefront in looking at innovative ways in which space technologies can be used to benefit our businesses. We already have GRACE, the GNSS Research and Applications Centre of Excellence based in the region, and the establishment of G-STEP will further enhance the reputation of our universities as pioneers in the exploitation and application of space and satellite technologies."

A G-STEP office is currently being established on the University of Leicester campus. It will serve as the delivery hub for the project, utilising the capabilities of the University and its core Partners. Prospect Leicestershire is represented on G-STEP through its Chairman, Nick Carter, who sits on the steering group.

The physical base will provide meeting space, a design facility, and logistics for service and application development.


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Contact: Professor Paul S. Monks
psm7@leicester.ac.uk
44-116-252-2141
University of Leicester
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