Science Park News
The Oxford Academic Health Science Network highlights effective collaborations - Nov 2015
'Enterprising Oxford' - Interview with Dr Colin Story - Co-founder and CEO of OxSonics - Nov 2015
Oxford has been named as a centre for excellence leading the drive to tailor more treatments to the needs of individual patients.
A Precision Medicine Catapult centre will be established in Oxford bringing together business and research to develop new products and services.
This project will be led by the Oxford Academic Health Science Network which will connect partners across the NHS, universities, research and industry with a particular focus on harnessing big data and developing new diagnostic tests. The aim is to accelerate the adoption of innovation in the NHS at pace and scale.
11 exceptional wines and amuse bouche carefully selected to
complement each other Enjoy an Informative and fun evening with our wine expert Cases of wine available at discounted prices!
£10 off your first case of wine with your ticket! Tickets £19.95
...more details here (PDF)
Nominet Trust - Social Tech Seed Fund Latest - Oct 2015
OxSonics Wins “Best Emerging UK Medtech Company” Award
- Oct 2015
Sesui announced as winner of two Technology Innovator Awards
- Sept 2015
Cytox CEO keynote speaker at UKTI thought leadership conference on dementia - Sept 2015
IZON Science Research Symposium - Highlights - Sept 2015
Replimune raises $30 million series A Financing - Sept 2015
Invitation - Breakfast Meeting R & D tax credits - Tues 29th September
Advance registration essential. View the pdf here
BerGenBio awarded 2015 Nordic Stars Award - Sept 2015
Oxford Cancer Biomarkers announces UK Patent filed - Sept 2015
Oxford Nanopore announces £70 million ($109 million) fundraising
An audience of more than 60 people gathered into The Park's Sadler Building for the welcome return of the Mikron team, this time with 'Raising Agents'. View the pdf here
The sun shone over the Sadler Building as over 1200 Park Company employees took an unusual lunchtime break on 3rd July to join in with the FUNFAIR at the Science Park's annual Summer Event. View the PDF here
This seminar will explain strategies for enforcing your IP and how disputes can often be settled well before they reach Court, even if you are an SME and the infringer a multinational. There will also be an interactive case study to illustrate the points made. For more information and registration see the J.A.Kemp website here (external website)
The Oxford Science Park has apointed Carter Jonas as its retained property consultancy to provide strategic, development and leasing consultancy advice. View the PDF here
Life Science community receives free business protection advice at workshop - Feb 2015
Businesses from across the Life Science community recently came together at the Science Park to learn more about the importance of protecting their companies’ intellectual property assets at a free workshop run by commercial insurance broker Arthur J. Gallagher and patent and trade mark attorney firm, J A Kemp. See the J.A. Kemp report here (external website)
The Oxford Science Par is developing a new collection of short video profiles featuring some of the companies on the Park. More...
The Oxford Science Park netball team has enjoyed a good start to 2015
read their match reports here (external website).
The idea for a new local rail branch line near The Oxford Science Park
has been proposed by Chiltern Railways. More ...
J A Kemp built on the popularity of their first charity quiz night in March 2014 by organising a second thoroughly successful evening on
23rd October, in conjunction with the Oxford Science Park. More...
Companies developing healthcare and infrastructure solutions are highlighted in the latest edition of The Oxford Science Park newsletter, 'retort.'. View the pdf here
The following companies on the Science Park have specific 'News' pages and direct links to those pages are provided below. Where the company head office is overseas, the link is sometimes to the overseas office.