We have a wide range of customers within the Oxford Centre for Innovation. Each company is part of our innovative community, with access to business support, flexible workspace and networking opportunities.
The Wood Centre for Innovation is our sister site which hosts an equally diverse selection of companies.
Aether is an air quality and climate change consultancy that focuses on environmental data analysis and interpretation. The majority of the company’s work is helping governments and international agencies with air pollution and climate change challenges.
ATG Scientific aims to enhance your laboratory research and testing needs with innovative products from around the globe. The Company, located in Oxford, has a strong base of customers across many sectors including those in analytical, biological and materials science labs
CardMedic is a multi-award-winning app designed to reduce health inequalities by enabling staff and patients to communicate across language barriers, visual, hearing, or cognitive impairment, literacy issues, or PPE. CardMedic hosts an A-Z library of prewritten scripts replicating common clinical conversations that can be translated into different languages or sign language videos. It also includes an integrated speech to text translation tool to support further communication.
Createc applies emerging sensor technology, robotics and algorithms to solve real-world problems.
Curiosity Software has developed software to help teams accelerate and automate processes in software testing and development. Products include Test Modeller, Test Data Automation VIP, and a fully connected DevOps Orchestration engine.
Eurointelligence provides a specialist service for news and analysis of the EU and eurozone covering politics, economics and finance.
Fluid Gravity Engineering is a scientific consultancy specialising in computational physics using continuum mechanics in areas such as fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, shock physics and electromagnetics.
Infleqtion is a global quantum technology company with a UK base in Oxford. Using their Quantum CoreTM technology, the UK company is focusing on the development of a quantum positioning system (QPS) or gyroscope that will allow accurate navigation by measuring rotation and acceleration very precisely. They also offer a portfolio of quantum devices and machines for use in quantum systems and applications.
Learning with Experts is an online global classroom that brings people together to learn from an expert such as Piet Oudolf on gardening and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on food and drink.
With a small office in Oxford, Mathys & Squire is a full-service IP firm with unrivalled expertise in patents, trademarks, design protection and litigation.
Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) provides industry-leading numerical software and technical services to banking and finance, energy, engineering, and market research, as well as academic and government institutions. World renowned for the NAG® Library – the most rigorous and robust collection of numerical algorithms available – NAG also offers Automatic Differentiation, Machine Learning, and Mathematical Optimisation products, as well as world-class technical consultancy across HPC and Cloud HPC, code porting and optimisation, and other areas of numerical computing. Founded more than 50 years ago from a multi-university venture, NAG is headquartered in Oxford, UK with offices in the UK, US, EU and Asia.
Deep-tech company NavLive’s state-of-the-art 3D mapping will help the building and construction sector improve efficiency and accuracy by making continuous progress monitoring simpler and easier. NavLive’s technology will avoid wasted resources and in turn reduce carbon emissions. They are currently running pilot projects with UKAEA in the nuclear sector and Mace for monitoring progress of a construction site.
Optellum has developed the world’s first AI-based early lung cancer decision support software to help clinicians in the management, diagnosis and care of patients.
Building on Oxford research on neuropathology, correlating microscopic data and MRI analysis, Oxford Brain Diagnostics provides tools to pharma and biotech to assess brain health at the cellular level in support of clinical trials and as a diagnostic aid for doctors assessing Alzheimer’s Disease and other neurodegenerative conditions.
Originally a spinout from The Oxford Trust, Oxford Innovation Space supports the growth of early stage and start-up businesses through their extensive network of innovation centres in the UK.
Established in 2019, Oxford Sigma was set up to address the emerging need for technology solutions in materials science to accelerate the commercialisation of fusion energy. The company is focused on key materials and their applications in plasma-facing materials; blanket materials; liquid metal technologies; materials testing facilities; fusion materials processing; and automated design tools.
Oxford Drug Design has developed a drug discovery platform to discover novel therapeutics using advanced machine learning techniques. It applies these methods to its internal drug discovery projects and as a service to biotech and pharma companies.
Set up in 2020, Printpool is a business-to-business 3D printing and additive manufacturing service.
A spinout from the University of Oxford’s Department of Physics, Quantum Dice is developing the world’s first compact, high-speed, source-device independent random number generator for encryption and cybersecurity.
A spinout from the University of Oxford, QuantrolOx is developing machine learning-based software for tuning, stabilising and optimising quantum control for a new generation of quantum computers.
this great adventure is developing innovative ways to connect storytelling techniques and experiences with interactive digital technologies.
Aiming to revolutionise the spatial sensing market, Visionary Machines is developing high-fidelity 3D range-sensing using camera arrays to improve on current radar, lidar and AI cameras to enable machines to see better than humans.
A team of visually trained business analysts and consultants, Visual Meaning specialises in creating shared meaning to enable business change and whole-system transformation. Their clients include the NHS, Network Rail and the Ministry of Defence
Sherwood Scientific is a development and manufacturing company producing a range of scientific instruments and apparatus with applications in many industries, education and research. They are based in Cambridge with a small office in Oxford.
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