The moment you become a part of Harwell Innovation Centre, our vibrant community of innovators will be your new network of contacts in the science and tech industry. We believe in creating a safe and secure working environment that is the ideal space for growth, collaboration and success.
The moment you become a part of Harwell Innovation Centre, our vibrant community of innovators will be your new network of contacts in the science and tech industry. Together, we create the ideal space for growth, collaboration and success.
Open access facilities
Harwell Campus has a wide range of open access facilities available to companies, with capabilities spanning across genetics and genomics, cellular and structural biology to pharmacology, big data, space technologies, advanced materials and engineering. These facilities include the Diamond Light Source synchrotron, the ISIS Neutron & Muon Source and the Central Laser Facility (CLF).
Oxford Innovation support
Managed by Oxford Innovation, Harwell Innovation Centre is not only linked to Harwell Campus, but two other leading campuses in the UK. As well as over 1,000 businesses in Oxford Innovation’s network of centres, we provide access to other like-minded science and tech companies at Culham Innovation Centre on the prestigious Culham Campus, as well as Future Space, located within the UWE campus.
Discover how our members have found success at Harwell Innovation Centre.
Head-to-Head: Future Trees Trust
Future Trees Trust moved into the Innovation Centre back in June 2019. They have been a welcome addition to both the centre and the campus community. I caught up with Dr Jo Clark in December to find out a little bit about the work that the trust do. Future Trees […]
Orbastro moved into the Innovation Centre back in May 2019. This was the first dedicated office space they had occupied. Since then, they have really flourished, and the business has grown from strength to strength. I caught up with Ash earlier this month to ask him to tell us a […]
Head-to-Head: Simplexity Analysis
Simplexity Analysis was founded in 2014 by Chris Evett and Thomas Pearson. They were looking to take forward interesting analysis and design projects for a range of technology and government clients, especially those looking to understand the defence and security sector. Chris was a former analyst in the UK Ministry […]