AWARD winning biomedical company Hart Biologicals talks about how it works closely with the STEM Ambassador Scheme to help students discover the benefits of working within a science, technology, engineering and mathematical field.

HART INNOVATIONS, sister company to Hart Biologicals, is proud to announce a pioneering knowledge-transfer partnership with Manchester University and Innovate UK.

TWO members of the Hart team have given themselves the goal of running the Great North Run to raise funds for a great cause.

WE would like to say a big thank you to all the dedicated local organisations that support us in providing blood donations all year round.

No risk for the Hart Bio Team

HART BIOLOGICALS has celebrated 12 members of its team completing a comprehensive risk management systems training programme.

World Thrombosis Day 2016

HART Biologicals has partnered with World Thrombosis Day and more than 550 organisations across 80 countries in a united effort to reduce death and disability from thrombosis.

HART Innovations and Hart Biologicals have both given their support to a team of Hartlepool rugby players heading to the Far East later this year.

A cause close to the Hart

HART BIOLOGICALS has aided with funding to provide a specially-assembled trike for a young girl in Hartlepool. Talia Foster, eight, who is the niece of Operations Director Mal Pattison from Hart Biologicals, has battled since birth with a number of conditions including epilepsy, reduced white brain matter, global development delay, sensory disorder, visual impairment and thousands of seizures throughout her lifetime.

FIVE members of the Hart Biologicals team have raised nearly £400 for Hartlepool and District Hospice after completing a 5k challenge.

Hart Biologicals is delighted to be supporting its first international charity project in Tanzania.

HART Biologicals played host to some of the area’s most talented students to give them the opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes at the award-winning company.

HART INNOVATIONS’ Alexander Ebinger and Christian Genz were delighted to take to the stage at the University of Sunderland’s Breakfast Seminar Series.