The Oxfordshire Innovation Engine (2013)

Drawing on the contributions from local high-tech firms, local government, research establishments and the investment and professional services, the report provides an analysis of the factors that have led Oxfordshire to become one of the UK’s most significant centres for science-based research and enterprise. It puts these factors into a wider national and international context and it highlights the importance of the area in fields such as life sciences, high performance engineering, space, motorsport, ICT and particle physics.Published by University of Oxford and Science Oxford with support from the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP).

Click here to read the Oxford Innovation Engine report, 2013

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