Thousands of new jobs could be created following Loughborough University's plans to expand its Science and Enterprise Park.
It's already one of the biggest of its kind in the UK.
Fifty businesses are currently on the campus, employing more than two thousand people.
The University wants to attract more companies specialising in advanced technologies to Loughborough.
Steve Rothberg, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Enterprise, says 4,000 jobs could be created.
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