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Moa harvests global deal for new herbicide

Oxford, UK  8 July2024 – Agricultural biotech firm Moa Technology has signed a research and commercial partnership with Nufarm,a global agricultural innovator based in Melbourne, Australia. Moa has discovered several promising new classes of herbicide with its breakthrough innovation platform, which are currently in field trials in the US, UK, France and Spain. The deal provides Nufarm exclusive access to a new mode of action product in one... Read more

Ochre Bio enters into multi-year data licence agreement with GSK to further investigate the drivers of liver disease

We are delighted to announce that a Park occupier Ochre Bio has entered a multi-year data licence agreement with GSK to investigate the drivers of liver disease, a condition which can be fatal, killing 1 in 25 people worldwide. The partnership aims to prioritise and speed up the development of new treatments for liver conditions. Ochre Bio enters into a multi-year data licence agreement with GSK to further investigate the drivers of liver... Read more

Construction of The Daubeny Project has commenced

Construction has started on three new state-of-the-art laboratory and office buildings on The Oxford Science Park (TOSP), one of Europe's leading locations for science and technology companies. The Daubeny Project is a 450,000 sq ft commercial life science development, expected to complete in 2026, which provides significant grow-on space for the Park’s flourishing occupiers as well as new companies from the global life sciences... Read more

Pioneer Prof Sir John Bell appointed as President, Ellison Institute of Technology Oxford and Co-CEO of EIT Global

The Ellison Institute of Technology (EIT) has today announced Prof Sir John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford, as the President of EIT Oxford. Prof Bell will also become Co-CEO of EIT Global, alongside Dr David Agus. Under his direction, EIT Oxford will drive scientific and technological innovation in EIT’s four key areas: medical science and healthcare, food security and sustainable agriculture, clean energy and... Read more

The Oxford Science Park sponsors the OXBA Innovation Award

Oxfordshire companies which are progressing valuable innovations can apply now for The Oxford Science Park Innovation Award, one of 2024’s Oxfordshire Business Awards (OXBA). The Oxford Science Park, one of the UK’s leading parks for science and technology companies, is pleased to continue sponsoring this important recognition of innovation. This award is open to any organisation irrespective of size or sector, including both start-ups and... Read more

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