Nine new early-stage science and technology start-up businesses have taken space in the two innovation centres of The Oxford Trust during Autumn, as Oxford continued to see strong demand from businesses needing R&D labs, technical workspace, and flexible office space.
Companies that have moved into the Wood Centre for Innovation in Headington’s Health and Life Sciences district are Human Centric, ProspectSoft, and LabMedExpert, which have taken a combined 3,119 sq ft of space.
Human Centric is a University of Oxford spin-out in the space of neurology drug discovery. They develop, analyse, and combine data from induced pluripotent stem cells, large-scale genetics studies, and population health data.
ProspectSoft is a UK-based SaaS CRM and eCommerce company, which provides sales and marketing software to help B2B wholesalers, distributors, and manufacturers drive growth.
LabMedExpert has set-up in Oxford to offer training primarily for biomedical science (and other science-related degrees) graduates to fulfil the shortage of experienced biomedical scientists.
NAG (Numerical Algorithms Group), Quantum Dice, Berlin Brands Group (BBG), This Great Adventure, Matter PR and Curiosity Software, have taken space in the Oxford Centre for Innovation on New Road in the city centre to total of 2,068 sq ft.
The newest companies have joined a community of 34 science and tech businesses at the centres focusing on a range of specialities including medical imaging, AI, quantum physics and biotech.