New Science and Technology Park for Cambridge


New Science and Technology Park for Cambridge


MAY 2018

Life science innovator o2h is engineering a new science & technology park in Cambridge UK.

The Cambridge Science Park-based business has acquired the 2.76-acre heritage Hauxton Mill site and plans to develop it into the o2h SciTech Park to create one of the region’s most exciting community of entrepreneurs in life-science, technology and social enterprise.

o2h has unveiled ambitious plans to restore the derelict mill buildings – dating back to the 16th century.

The business blueprint also offers a societal spin-off. There are plans to open a café to the public along one of the most popular heritage walking routes in Cambridge.  

Read the full article here. 


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