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Oxford-based, self-driving specialist moves into Culham’s bespoke workspace

Oxbotica, Europe’s leading self-driving vehicle software company is the first business to move into Culham Science Centre’s connected and autonomous vehicle building (CAV) as it looks to scale-up the release of its software for use across multiple industries. The software company have signed a 10-year lease...

Harwell Campus launches technical living lab to tackle the climate crisis

Harwell Campus, a major UK science and technology hub based in Oxfordshire, is calling for UK energy innovators to come together to help fight global climate change using next-generation energy solutions. It has opened the invitation to all organisations who have an interest in creating global-impact...

Barclays launches latest Eagle Lab in Oxford

Barclays has announced the launch of its latest Eagle Lab at the Wood Centre for Innovation in partnership with The Oxford Trust. The flagship Lab, for early-stage science and technology start-ups, is aimed at supporting spin-out scientists, university graduates and entrepreneurs in their quest for...

Oxford Medtech business, OrganOx, receives a £4.6 million investment

OrganOx has announced a £4.6m investment from BGF which will fund the commercial expansion of its first product, the metra, in the US, building upon commercial traction in Europe, Canada and Australia. OrganOx metra is the world’s first fully automated system for keeping a human donor...

Reading and Oxford in top five for entrepreneurial hotspots

Reading has topped the list of ‘entrepreneurial spearheads’ in The Great British Enterprise report published by Atos. The report marks the launch of Atos’ new ‘Digital Society’ campaign, which discusses themes including, innovation, skills, sustainability and how technology can be the driving force for positive...

Oxford Science Park gets green light for new office and lab complex

Magdalen College, Oxford, has gained approval for a 168,000 sqft office and laboratory complex at the Oxford Science Park. Plot 16 plans will feature a central raised plaza with wider landscaping and accessibility enhancements. Construction is due to start in Autumn 2020, backed by the Oxford...

£35 million grant funding available for businesses in rural areas

Rural businesses across the UK are set to benefit from a guaranteed £35 million in government funding in order to create new jobs, boost tourism and unlock growth in rural areas. This figure could be increased to £50 million if there are enough high-quality applications. The...