Nine small science and technology firms have taken space in The Oxford Trust’s two innovation centres during Autumn.

Those to move into the Wood Centre for Innovation include neurology drug developer Human Centric, sales & marketing software provider ProspectSoft and scientific training provider LabMedExpert, which have taken a combined 3,119 sq ft.

Those taking space in the Oxford Centre for Innovation in the city centre include finance software provider Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG), digital security firm Quantum Dice, brands creator Berlin Brands Group, speech software developer The Great Adventure, communications firm Matter PR and Curiosity Software. Those have taken a total 2,068 sq ft.

Steve Burgess, chief executive of The Oxford Trust said: “We are pleased to see a new cohort of young science and tech-based businesses join our thriving start-up community.

“Our focus is to support innovation and it is great to see so many exciting ideas evolve in our region. We hope to see these companies flourish and grow into successful enterprises – as previous companies we’ve supported in our centres like Navenio, Oxford Computer Consultants, Mirada Medical and more recently Ultromics.”

In addition to the new occupiers, Barclays Eagle Lab, based at the Wood Centre, has had several new sign-ups looking for co-working space in its business accelerator.

They include Nexgen Healthcare Communications, The Smart Team, Innovation Gateway, DBKT Coaching, Traced App, Lawrie IP, Outdoor Automation Limited, Productiv Solutions Ltd, Magic Subscriptions, Pivot Digital Health, Laboris Solutions, Rumbly, Fruto studio, Safa Global.

Image shows the Oxford Centre for Innovation.

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