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About The Oxford Science Park

A long-term commitment to global impact

One of Europe's leading science parks, The Oxford Science Park is majority owned by Magdalen College Oxford in strategic partnership with an affiliate of global investor GIC. With the partners sharing a long-term outlook, they are focused on the development of the Park to support the ambitious growth of new and existing science and technology occupiers from the UK and abroad.

With sought-after proximity to the world’s leading university, The Oxford Science Park is an important part of the region’s reputation for improving global health and wellbeing.

Find out more about how The Oxford Science Park helps Magdalen College support discovery, innovation and entrepreneurship in this video





Driving growth and innovation

We celebrate innovation by naming our buildings and roads after inspirational scientists and doctors associated with Magdalen College. Sir Charles Sherrington, Dr Erwin Schrödinger, Professor Howard Florey, Sir Robert Robinson, Sir Peter Medawar, Sir John Eccles and Sir Anthony Leggett are all Nobel Prize winners.

The seminal work of many of these leading scientists has provided foundations of the research and development many of our occupiers are carrying out today.

600,000 sq ft of new state-of-the-art R&D facilities are anticipated by 2026 in our ambitious development plan. This includes an expected train station which will be transformational for Park occupiers and the local community.

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The Oxford Science Park is continually looking to reduce energy usage and light pollution, as well as providing occupiers with recycling options. In addition, we have a liftshare scheme to reduce car journeys to the park. We are proud to look after and protect our beautiful park which has abundant wildlife and greenery, protecting and improving biodiversity.

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