NEXUS is a co-working space owned and operated by Highlands and Islands Enterprise based at Inverness Campus.

A space for businesses to grow

NEXUS offers life sciences and technology companies space to innovate, collaborate and grow.

Based on Inverness Campus, the flexible office and lab space provides you with the opportunity to work alongside like-minded businesses, have access to research and academic partners, close proximity to NHS research, development and innovation, and is within walking distance to the Centre for Health Science, the National Treatment Centre Highland and the Life Sciences Innovation Centre - state of the art facilities with operations focused on health, social care and life sciences. 

Networking opportunities take place throughout the year. To find out more about being located in NEXUS, please get in touch. 

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We've also delivered a series of networking webinars. You can watch back those that have taken place so far below. They feature a range of guest speakers, presentations and Q&A sessions from experts and business leaders operating in the life sciences and technology sectors.  


NEXUS webinar programme 2022

We continue our popular NEXUS webinar series into its third year. Scroll the gallery on the left to listen back to our most recent webinars sharing insights from those currently operating in life sciences and technology.

Medicines regulation after Brexit

Latest developments on Inverness Campus

How healthcare is changing - rethinking remote

The AAA sector in Scotland - overview of research, business and facilities

Could your business claim for Research and Development Tax Credits?

Find out more about Frontier Science (Scotland) Ltd

NEXUS webinar programme - 2021

Our webinars in 2021 showcased some local businesses from medical, veterinary and marine sectors. We also have great tips for companies on how to manage their intellectual property, offer placement opportunities and get involved with STEM.

Food and Health – How to make your food product healthier

How Augmented Reality tools can advance medical training.

Scottish Vet Referrals based at Inverness Campus

Find out more about Tritonia Scientific Ltd

NHS Highland Innovation

Climate Tech and the digital opportunities available for businesses

How businesses can help inspire a future generation of STEM

The new Lyme App, a tool to help manage your exposure to ticks and Lyme disease

What does good Intellectual Property management look like to an SME?

Discover how our technology placement programme can help your business

Explore the latest developments in animal health and aquaculture

NEXUS webinar programme - 2020

Our 2020 programme features innovative life science and technology businesses from across our region. Hear about advanced and diverse developments including those focusing on healthcare, urgent cancer care, PPE supply, climate change and more.

CorporateHealth International: urgent cancer care with video technology

Project Corran - 4C Engineering and Aseptium

CodeClan: Recovery post Covid-19, Digital Skills at your door

Zero Waste Scotland: Tackling the climate crisis & how we build back from COVID

Capella IP Limited: How to succeed with Intellectual Property

Health and Life Sciences Innovation Opportunities within UHI

Marketing healthcare through patient advocacy

How geofencing technology makes family visits to care homes possible

Apps positively enabling the lives of disabled people

UHI Active health research and innovation activities

Digital technology and the health service in Highlands

Mime Technologies

MIME Technologies

MIME Technologies arrived at NEXUS after a journey from its roots at the University of Aberdeen’s Centre for Rural Health, based in the Centre for Health Science in Inverness.

After several years of development, MIME Technologies launched its ground-breaking remote medical technology product ‘Aiber’ for the aviation sector in March 2020.

MIME Technology case study

Good neighbours matter. They motivate us to get even better. We can meet and exchange ideas, catch up and then return to our respective desks to work on our projects.
Pawel de Sternberg Stojalowski, Managing Director, Aseptium, NEXUS tenant

Get in touch today

If you would like to find out more about our NEXUS co-working space or our webinar series, email us today to find out how we can help you and your business. We'd love to hear from you. 

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Related Support

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Business to Healthcare

If you are a life sciences or technology business looking to do business with the NHS, Business to Healthcare can help connect you to the right department or person.

Technology Placement Programme

Our technology placement programme offers enterprises of any size in the Highland Council area the opportunity to take on a graduate or student placement - and we'll fund up to 70% of their salary.


Any organisation applying for grant funding from HIE must comply with our fair work conditions for financial support. This includes: 

  • Paying all employees, aged 16 years and above (including apprentices), the Real Living Wage (currently £12.00* per hour) as a minimum.
    If you cannot meet this criterion, please contact us before you apply for funding, email enquiries@hient.co.uk
  • Having a flexible working policy
  • Be able to demonstrate how you support workforce development and foster employee engagement.

* The Real Living Wage increased from £10.90 per hour to £12.00 per hour on 24 October 2023. Employers have 6 months, until 01 May 2024, to implement the increase.

If you would like to speak to someone about the fair work requirement, or need more information, please email enquiries@hient.co.uk.


About the Northern Innovation Hub

This programme is delivered through the Northern Innovation Hub, a funding programme designed to build on and accelerate business innovation.

The Northern Innovation Hub was awarded £11m from the UK Government as part of the Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal. The deal is a joint initiative supported by £315m investment from the UK and Scottish governments, Highland Council, HIE and the University of the Highlands and Islands. This programme also receives financial support through the European Regional Development Fund Scotland Programme.

Explore all business support delivered through the Northern Innovation Hub.


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