‘A Life Sciences Ecosystem like no other’ – OXLEP sets out how Oxfordshire has responded to the Covid-19 pandemic

Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OXLEP) has produced an overview of how the region’s innovation ecosystem has responded to the challenge of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Sebastian Johnson, Head of Innovation and Inward Investment – OxLEP Business, said  “This is a really impressive and comprehensive presentation of all the life sciences and healthcare activity taking place in Oxfordshire in response to Covid-19.  It really does illustrate how immensely strong the sector is in Oxfordshire and the world class facilities, capabilities and talent working here.”

The slide deck access the slide deck here provides a strong positive message for UK plc and a strong message for any potential investor.

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