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Demand for tech-enabled lab space continues to grow and this presents growing opportunities for clusters across the Oxford to Cambridge region.

The life sciences and technology sectors are converging. But what does this mean for UK science and tech real estate? Bidwells’ latest Life Sciences 2030 research taps into the views of the sector’s leaders, shedding light on their plans for Quantum Computing, AI, Robotics and Automation, and Software Applications.

The findings uncovered that while 63% of current tech collaborators are based outside the UK, a substantial 67% would prefer their tech partners to be UK-based.

Although a fifth of companies prefer collaborating within their immediate cluster, almost 60% find it satisfactory for their partners to be within a two-hour radius. This presents growing opportunities for clusters across the thriving Oxford-Cambridge region.

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