Remember, you can visit the UK Life Sciences website to access information on nearly 5,000 companies and search for funding opportunities and initiatives for science, engineering and manufacturing activities available to the health life sciences industry including bio-pharmaceuticals; medical biotechnology; or medical technologies (devices and diagnostics).
Oxfordshire is home to a vibrant life sciences cluster embracing drug discovery and development, diagnostics, medical technology, lab reagents, bioinformatics and digital health. The cluster includes global leaders such as Amgen, Aptuit, Becton Dickinson and Vertex Pharmaceuticals; rapidly growing biotechs such as Oxford Nanopore and Circassia, and many ambitious young start-ups. The University of Oxford is ranked first in the world in clinical, pre-clinical and health, and counts 23 Nobel Prize winners in medicine and chemistry among its graduates. Oxfordshire’s life sciences networks provide access to world-leading biomedical science and a vast range of clinical research.
Read the 2016 Oxfordshire Life Sciences Sector Profile here.
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