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PHP Oxford

January 31st 2020

A Meet Up group for PHP developers of all descriptions.

What we're about

We're a user group for PHP developers of all descriptions. We meet on the last Wednesday of every month in central Oxford (Oxford Centre for Innovation). As often as possible, we host a meet-up where we have a speaker present on a topic related to PHP development. We also have occasional social meet-ups.

If you work with PHP in any way, we'd love to see you at a meet-up. We welcome novices, intermediates and senior developers from the worlds of Laravel, Symfony, WordPress, Drupal, Zend, CakePHP and more besides.

Information and book your free ticket here: Click here

 

 

 

September 8th 2021

Further government funding supports phase II R&D lab conversion at The Oxford Trust’s Wood Centre for Innovation

The Oxford Trust, the local charity encouraging the pursuit of science and enterprise, is to commence the second phase of its conversion of dedicated high spec laboratory facilities at its Wood Centre for Innovation in Headington, Oxford, following £0.2 million additional Local Growth Fund support, secured by the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP).

August 19th 2021

Client company Optellum announces strategic collaboration with Johnson & Johnson

Optellum, a lung-health AI company based at our Oxford Centre for Innovation, has just announced a strategic collaboration with the Lung Cancer Initiative at Johnson & Johnson. Through the collaboration, Optellum will use its AI-powered clinical decision support platform to increase lung cancer survival rates through early intervention and prevention.

August 4th 2021

How The Trust and its partners support Science and Tech Start-Ups

An independent charitable trust, The Oxford Trust was set up by Sir Martin and Lady Audrey Wood 36 years ago to “encourage the pursuit of science and enterprise”. Their experience of setting up Oxford Instruments, one of the University of Oxford’s early, and some say most successful, spinouts enabled them to appreciate the challenges that face young entrepreneurs.