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Designed to facilitate the easy exchange of ideas and collaborative working, connectivity across the site is state-of-the-art. The Park is served by a redundant Dark Fibre connection, providing unlimited bandwidth and flexibility. In partnership with Bridge Fibre, the BBSP wireless system offers an eduroam visited service. eduroam allows account holders visiting BBSP to have internet access throughout the site. As this is a visited service, users are expected to have previously configured their device for eduroam access at their home location.
eduroam.org (EDUcation ROAMing) is a worldwide community whose aim is to "open your laptop and be online". eduroam allows users (researchers, teachers, students, staff) from participating institutions to securely access the Internet from any eduroam-enabled institution. The eduroam principle is based on the fact that the users' authentication is done by the user's home institution, whereas the authorisation decision allowing access to the network resources is done by the visited network. eduroam uses 802.1X to authenticate users. To enable authentication at any eduroam site, a worldwide hierarchical infrastructure of authentication servers (RADIUS) exists which securely tunnel users' authentication attempts back to their home institution.
Up to date information on where eduroam is available in the UK
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For support with eduroam at BBSP contact Bridge Fibre
From footpaths and bus lanes, on your bike and using our hybrid car, there are plenty of ways for people to get to and from the Science Park, and around the Region, sustainably. Like other leading companies in the region, we are working with North Bristol Sus Com to help reduce travel in single occupancy cars and promote new and sustainable types of transport.
We’re all for sustainability, and that means sustaining you too. Situated in The Forum, ’Friska at the Science Park’ café does precisely this.
With the focus on organic, local, seasonal and ethically sourced produce, Friska serves up fresh and exciting breakfast and lunch dishes – as well as a range of snacks and drinks. From delicious salads, soups and wraps, to more hearty seasonal cooked meals – you are sure to be tempted.
Open to the Science Park’s neighbours as well as its occupants, the café reinforces the Park’s place as a vibrant part of the local community which moves through and around it.
Friska provides all the catering for meetings and events at the Park: providing delicious breakfasts, lunches and evening canapés at competitive rates. They have a real flair and will be happy to work with you to develop some interesting and tasty menu options.
As well as good coffee and other refreshments at the café, there are tea points in the Innovation Centre for those times when you can’t drag yourself away from what you’re doing.
Our facilities encourage tenants to take advantage of the great outdoors. From the outset we were keen to create a beautiful site, preserving existing hedgerows and trees, and the Folly Brook. This inspired us to make the most of the wonderful open spaces available to us on the site including Blackwell Common opposite the Forum.
Activities are available to all tenants and occupants, and include: cycling, walking, football, running and table tennis. There are shower and drying facilities in all areas of the building to encourage visitors and tenants to enjoy some fresh air and exercise, and on a sunny day, why not enjoy your lunch or coffee break outside?
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