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The Sherrington Building was the first property to be developed on The Oxford Science Park in 1991, with the vision being to curate an incubator hub to promote the growth of businesses in the life science sector.

Named after the Nobel-Prize winning biologist Professor Charles Sherrington, it has become a thriving hub and focal point for the Park with its community focus and amenity offering.

The Sherrington Building predominantly provides office and lab suites, which are let on flexible all-inclusive licence agreements as well as additional space for meeting rooms and touchdown points. The building also provides hospitality and conference hire facilities and is the de-facto meeting point within The Oxford Science Park.

Building Information

199 – 34,298 sq ft

Innovation Building

1991 (rolling refurbishment)

Parking & EV Charging

Air Conditioned

Showers & Changing Facilities

Bike Storage Onsite

Dedicated Onsite Management Team

Magdalen Cafe

Conference & Meeting Rooms

Shared Laboratory Facilities

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