BioCity is the UK’s leading bioscience incubator, providing the conditions that sustain more than 80 fast-growing businesses.
BioCity Scotland is a joint venture between BioCity Nottingham and Roslin BioCentre and was founded in early 2012, following the acquisition of a former MSD research facility at Newhouse. BioCity Scotland provides more than 130,000 sq feet of high specification chemistry and biology laboratories and office space, available for rent to companies in the bioscience, pharmaceutical, medtech and healthcare and is also a centre for a wide range of research, training, events and thought leadership in the life sciences industry BioCity Scotland contact.
BioCity was appointed by AstraZeneca to establish The BioHub at Alderley Park. BioHub will initially provide 36,000 sq ft of high-end laboratory and office facilities for early-stage and growing firms engaged in innovative drug discovery and development. www.biohubatalderley.co.uk
The Diagnox laboratory at the Cherwell Innovation Centre has been designed to support all stages of technology transfer for companies in the biomedical research sector. www.diagnox.co.uk
The BioHub Birmingham
The BioHub Birmingham is a fully serviced biomedical research laboratory specifically designed to nurture and support the growth of life science companies from proof of concept stage into businesses attracting investment.
Harwell is a leading science, innovation, technology and business campus, located just south of Oxford. It is host to an array of over £1 billion of world leading research infrastructure.
MediCity, a collaboration between Alliance Boots and BioCity, is an incubator designed to provide a stimulating and supportive business development environment for innovators in consumer healthcare, medical technology, diagnostics and beauty products. www.medicityuk.com
Milton Park is the largest business park in Europe under single ownership. Lying within an Enterprise Zone and attracting a number of benefits including Business Rates relief, Milton Park is owned and managed by OBN Sponsors MEPC. It is the largest bioscience sub-cluster in Oxfordshire comprising over 50 life sciences companies based in a half million square feet of laboratory space.
Oxford Science Park
The Oxford Science Park offers premises designed for science, technology and business occupiers and is home to many life science companies.
Thames Valley Science Park
Thames Valley Science Park currently operates from the Whiteknights campus of Reading Univeristy, providing 80,000 sq ft of fully-fitted lab and office accomodation suited to early stage and growing companies. A new campus at Shinfield will be opening later in 2017 and there are plans for further development.