Hart Biologicals has recently bid farewell to one of their own who is retiring after a 40+ year career.
North East medical manufacturer, Hart Biologicals, has been acquired by new investors who aim to welcome in a new chapter for the business.
Hart Biologicals is made of many departments that work together to ensure the smooth working of the company.
Alexander Ebinger, Head of Research and Development and Christian Genz, Research and Development Supervisor, introduce us to R&D and take us through how the department fits into the structure of the medical manufacturing company.
Quality Assurance Officer, Kelly Ward has been with Hart Biologicals for over two years and in that time has become an integral part of the QA Department.
In its mission to further help graduates and students from across the region find their first foot on the career ladder, Hart Biologicals has welcomed four work experience students on their yearlong placements.
Over the past 12 months, Hart Innovations’ Research and Development Scientist Shelley James has been working with Manchester University as part of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP).
Hart Biologicals is proud to welcome recent graduate Amy Faulkner to the team as Development Scientist.
A member of the team at Hart Biologicals has been championing women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematical (STEM) careers.
Hart Biologicals has taken on an apprentice and introduced a new employee development programme, allowing staff to improve skills and progress through the company
Hart Biologicals has appointed Jennifer Feasby as the company's Quality Manager.
Hart Biologicals has welcomed four new graduates to the team.
Hart Biologicals has celebrated the progress made by one of its youngest members of staff, Kensey Robinson.