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Exciting news at TOSP

The Oxford Science Park has started work on the development of three new buildings to the west side of the Park. These buildings will provide much needed office and laboratory space for existing companies on the Park as well as attracting new life science companies from around the world. To support these developments, the Park is working in collaboration with SSE to improve local infrastructure to ensure adequate power capacity, not just for... 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

New shuttle bus service - connecting Oxford railway station and The Oxford Science Park

Thames Travel launches new Oxford Science Park bus service Thames Travel and The Oxford Science Park today launched a new bus service to improve connectivity to what is one of Europe’s leading locations for life science and technology companies. The 3X service will link Oxford city centre and Oxford rail station directly with The Oxford Science Park from 8th January. It will stop at St Aldates, Redbridge Park&Ride and Heyford Hill... Read more

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