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Since it was established by Trinity College in 1970, the Cambridge Science Park has played a pivotal role in the “Cambridge Phenomenon” - the transformation of Cambridge from a market town with a world-class university to one of the hottest technology hotspots in the world.

 

Today the 152-acre site is home to 100 businesses ranging from spin-outs from the University of Cambridge to multinational companies seeking access to the brightest graduates and entrepreneurs from Cambridge’s diverse talent pool.

 

Many are working on potentially life changing technologies from personalised medicines and non-invasive cancer diagnostics to artificial intelligence, IoT, radar and connectivity, to name just a few.

 

The Park is now in its next phase of development with the opening in July 2017 of the Bradfield Centre - a 40,000 sq ft building, purpose-built to accommodate hundreds of researchers, inventors, start-ups and scale-up companies - followed by the opening of a stunning new facility for leading games company Frontier Plc in the spring of 2018.

 

Further developments scheduled to come forward in the next 5 years include 360,000 sq ft of office buildings and a 40,000 sq ft BioHub as well as significant upgrades to the public realm, landscaping and transport infrastructure.

 

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