News: Business & Innovation magazine interviews Sarah Haywood

This month Business & Innovation magazine interviews Sarah Haywood about her new role as MD of Advanced Oxford. After five years leading MedCity, she is looking to build a broad sector of scientific and technology companies under the Advanced Oxford umbrella. “Like the life sciences cluster in Kendall Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Oxford region has all the components for success” says Sarah. “We want to make collaboration easier and more efficient, promote the richness of Oxfordshire’s industrial space in order to attract skilled people and drive further investment into the businesses already here.” Over the next few months, Advanced Oxford will be working on its next report to analyse the key skill requirements and the anticipated needs over the next five years and how we can help that pipeline of skills. See herefor more information on our latest research projects. bonusaffiliate.com

Recent news

Celebrating a Petabyte of Data Collection

Celebrating a Petabyte of Data Collection

Last week, The Rosalind Franklin Institute celebrated collecting their first Petabyte of data at the Franklin.   The Rosalind Franklin Institute passed the milestone on the 4th May 2024 and marked the occasion with staff from both the Franklin and the STFC...

read more
Launch of the SparQ Quantum Computing Call

Launch of the SparQ Quantum Computing Call

The National Quantum Computing Centre (NQCC) have just launched the SparQ Quantum Computing Call, in collaboration with STFC's Campus and Cluster Team.   This call is for business-led proof of concept projects within quantum computing. The initiative aims to...

read more
Loading...