University of Oxford leads the way in life sciences spinouts

New analysis from Beauhurst, the platform which tracks high-growth companies, looks at the number of UK university life sciences spinout companies.  Data has been collected on companies that have spun out from university research since 2011.  The data is presented as a ranked list, with University of Oxford leading the way, with 60 spinouts, 11 of which have now exited.  This demonstrates the fantastic record from the university and the importance of enterprise and innovation within the University of Oxford.  Congratulations to all involved, including Oxford University Innovation, Oxford Sciences Innovation and the Enterprise Team.  Find out more about the University’s work to support enterprise through Enterprising Oxford.

See Beauhurst’s research here

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