We are very pleased to announce our new office in Cambridge. The office is part of our ongoing commitment to the Life Sciences ecosystem in the area and throughout the UK.
The Life Sciences industry is worth around £64 Billion to the UK economy. The UK government is centering part of its new life sciences strategy to make Britain a world leader in Life Sciences on Cambridge. The Cambridge Cluster is already recognised as the hub of the UK life sciences industry with more than 400 companies employing an excess of 13,000 people.
Earlier this year, Sir John Bell, Life Sciences Champion Professor, wrote a report called Life Sciences: Industrial Strategy that looked at the strategy for the long-term success of the life sciences sector in five areas: science, growth, NHS and industry collaboration, data and skills.
We continue to support Britain’s growing Life Sciences sector in Cambridge through our presence there.
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