Biotech incubator in the heart of Oxford's medical research district, providing lab space and entrepreneurial support for high growth startups.
Oxford’s Old Road Campus is home to many of the University’s world-class institutes and departments, with 8500 staff and students tackling the full range of medical health challenges across the world. The BioEscalator builds on this success by nurturing early-stage biotech companies through to sustainability, by facilitating collaboration with NHS and academics, to build a community of entrepreneurial medical scientists and innovators.
Our focus is on getting more discoveries out of the lab and into patient care by providing fully equipped shared facilities allowing your company to start innovating from the moment you move in.
11 June 2021
Alchemab Therapeutics, a former resident company at Oxford's BioEscalator, has won Best Start-up Biotech Company at the prestigious 2020 OBN Awards, presented on Friday 11 June at the Royal Lancaster in London.
9 June 2021
PepGen wins the BioEscalator Pitch Battle 2021 with an excellent pitch on how the company is harnessing the power of its Enhanced Delivery Peptide technology to solve the drug-delivery challenge and realize the clinical potential of oligonucleotide therapies to transform the lives of people living with neuromuscular diseases.
1 June 2021
MoA Technology is in the process of moving to the Bellhouse Building at the Oxford Science Park to continue its mission to provide farmers with a diverse choice of innovative technologies for weed control.
Thursday, 01 July 2021 to Thursday, 10 February 2022
On 1st of July 2021, 4th of November 2021 and 10th of February 2022 from 3-6.30pm, up to six early-stage companies having a direct or indirect impact on patients will be presenting their business and products.
Wednesday, 04 August 2021, 11am to 12.30pm
This is the first session of two linked Innovation Briefings highlighting some of the main sources of funding for innovation projects in SMEs and then examine what makes for a successful application.
Wednesday, 11 August 2021, 11am to 12.30pm
This is the second session of two linked Innovation Briefings highlighting some of the main sources of funding for innovation projects in SMEs and then examine what makes for a successful application.
Tuesday, 24 August 2021, 10am to 12.30pm
Through the Women in Innovation Awards 2021/22, 20 female entrepreneurs will be awarded with a cash injection of £50K each, as well as a bespoke package of business support, coaching and mentoring.
BioEscalator Bulletin No. 2
Old Road Campus