The Oxford Trust have published their full annual report for 2022

Encouraging the pursuit of science

The Oxford Trust continues to be guided by the mission set down by the late Sir Martin and Lady Audrey Wood of ‘encouraging the pursuit of science’ be this in innovation or education. Following the disruption caused by Covid, this is the first full annual report the Trust has been able to produce in the last two years that reflects the work they are actually doing, rather than focussing on mitigations from the pandemic!

Their Science Oxford education team has also bounced back to full programme delivery mode, so the report page also contains some videos from school and public visitors to the Science Oxford Centre which help to illustrate the outcomes and impact at a personal level.

Both our innovation centres are full (Wood Centre for Innovation and Oxford centre for Innovation) with over 500 people employed by a hugely diverse range of technology companies. We continue to support the ecosystem via the centres and through other groups including Advanced Oxford, TheHill and IF Festival.

Steve Burgess, CEO of The Oxford Trust

To read the full report click here.

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