Science & Innovation Audit (2017)

This report looks at four tightly defined science and technology areas in which Oxfordshire is at the leading edge of research, application and innovation and was published in 2017.    :

  • autonomous vehicles,
  • digital health,
  • the use of data from space and satellite technologies,
  • underlying quantum computing.

The Science and Innovation Audit demonstrates both the scale and the quality of Oxfordshire-focused science and innovation assets. This report was a collaboration between a number of Oxfordshire based organisations and institutions and was published by the Oxfordshire Transformative Technologies Alliance.

Click here to access a summary of the Oxfordshire Science and Innovation Audit, 2017

 

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