About the Cambridge Science Park

The Cambridge Science Park was established 48 years ago when Trinity College Cambridge embraced the concept that would change the hi-tech sector in Cambridge, the UK and beyond. Trinity owns the freehold of the Cambridge Science Park, which today comprises 150 acres, 1.7 million sq ft of high technology and laboratory buildings. It’s home to 7000 people at over 130 companies, ranging from exciting start-ups to some of the world's leading technology businesses.

Over 100 entrepreneurial businesses

Companies and entrepreneurs at the Cambridge Science Park are working on life-enhancing technologies, ranging from non-invasive diagnostics and novel medicines to next-generation display and communications technologies, to name just a few. The wide range of occupiers in terms of size, sector, age and nationality offers unrivalled opportunities for collaboration, innovation and inspiration.

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AVEVA Accelerates Commitment to Invest in People and Sustainability

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Ricardo secures multi-year contract to supply transmissions to world-leading motorsport programme

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Trinity commits to net zero by 2050 and divestment from fossil fuels

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Join us as we share our new primary education website: Steps into Science We’ll be giving a tour of the site, highlighting our most popular primary science resources & talking about the support available. Book your place for 10 Mar or 24 Mar at 4pm 👉 rsc.li/38dSKdE pic.twitter.com/vBhemuf5h6

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Featurespace Launches Automated Deep Behavioural Networks

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Türkiye’ye Sevgilerimizle! We’re so pleased to welcome our new sister handle on instagram, Amgen Turkey. Please follow them to learn more about the great work our team is doing to serve healthcare communities there. We’re Patients First. No matter what continent they reside on.

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AVEVA Recognised as One of Britain’s Most Admired Companies

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Bamboo Systems Names New Vice President of Sales

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