The Oxford Science Park, Iversen Building Launch Event
This is a significant milestone for the park and a unique opportunity to bring the life science community together. The event will provide a chance to hear more about the Iversen Building and the wider park, gather insights from an expert panel, and network with other prominent life sciences companies.
The Iversen Building is the largest and most advanced spec-built commercial science building in Oxfordshire to date, with the capability to support the growth of Oxford's life sciences sector.
Home to over 80 companies employing over 3,300 workers, The Oxford Science Park is the region's leading life sciences location and one of the most important science parks in Europe. Close proximity and access to the number one university for life sciences research, combined with the recently announced expansion of plans for the Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine Oxford, the park provides significant opportunities for companies who co-locate within this innovative campus.
The Ellison Institute Oxford will be devoted to cancer research, disease prevention, cancer care and wellness services, and global health, with a mission to collaborate with companies based at the park.
8.00 Arrival, breakfast, networking and tours
9.00 An overview of TOSP and formal launch of the Iversen building, Rory Maw, CEO, The Oxford Science Park
9.10 Panel 'Enabling life science companies to scale – a discussion and insight on what helps companies in this sector to grow', Chair, Stuart Rose, CEO, OBN, Rory Maw, CEO The Oxford Science Park, David Watson, Chief Operating Officer, Enara Bio, Sanne de Jongh, VC Partner, Oxford Science Enterprises
9.30 Further networking and tours
10.00 Event Close
Complimentary tickets are limited and available to members of R&D companies and are subject to the organisers approval.