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London’s Largest BioScience Hub Created Through Collaboration

Mar 25 2009

The London BioScience Innovation Centre (LBIC) and BioPark are collaborating together to create the London BioAlliance, London’s largest bioscience hub. It offers bioscience businesses access to 6,300 sqm of high specification category 2 and 3 laboratories, write-up suites, offices, meeting rooms and events facilites. “The London BioScience Innovation Centre has been extending to support increasing numbers of start-up biotech companies, based in London and overseas, since its opening in 1992,” said Colin Howard, CEO of the London BioScience Innovation Centre.

“The partnership with BioPark, to form the London BioAlliance, is creating a successful symbiotic relationship by helping us to grow, which will ultimately benefit the companies that we strive to serve.” Both LBIC and BioPark currently support bioscience and medical technology companies through providing facilities and offering business support. LBIC successfully incubates new bioscience ventures whilst BioPark provides the grow-on space that companies need for continuing development.

The creation of the London BioAlliance provides LBIC clients with the capacity to expand whilst maintaining their London presence, whilst BioPark clients are offered the opportunity to have a London base with access to specialist LBIC facilities. Start-up advice, business training, and access to business resources are among other services provided. Companies also have the benefit of accessing the academic resources of LBIC and BioPark’s parent universities, the Royal Veterinary College and the University of Hertfordshire. The University of Hertfordshire’s partnership with Exemplas in the management of BioPark brings expertise in business support to the partnership.
For more information visit: www.londonbioalliance.com

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