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Directory 2009/10

Established in 1970 by Trinity College Cambridge


Cambridge Science Park Directory 2009/10


Cambridge Science Park is a member of:


Index – Summary of the occupants 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

Abcam plc Accelrys Ltd Advanced Technologies (Cambridge) Ltd Amgen Ltd Arthur D Little Ltd Astex Therapeutics Ltd Bayer CropScience Ltd Biochrom Ltd Brady plc Broadcom Ltd Cambridge Biostability Limited Cambridge Business Travel Cambridge Consultants Ltd Cambridge Electronic Design Ltd Cambridge Medical Innovations Ltd Cambridge Online Systems Ltd Cambridge Photonics Ltd Centre for Industrial Photonics (IMRC) Cryptomathic Ltd CSR plc Datanomic Limited Diagnostics For The Real World Ltd Domainex Domantis Ltd Ember Europe Ltd ESRI (UK) Cambridge Ltd Frontier Developments Ltd Geneservice Ltd Genzyme Therapeutics Ltd Hawkins & Associates Ltd Heraeus Noblelight Ltd HLBBshaw Johnson Matthey Catalysts Kidsunlimited Kodak European Research Kofax Development Ltd KuDOS Pharmaceuticals Ltd Lab21 Meldex International PLC Mundipharma International Ltd Napp Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited Oakland Innovation & Information Services Ltd OpenCloud Owlstone Nanotech Pharmorphix Ltd Philips Research

Building Number

Floor Area (Sq ft)

Floor Area (Sq M)

ActivitY

332 334 210 214, 216 & 240 300 436 230 22 & 27 277 406 184 325a 29–30 4 181 163 26c 26a 327 400 140 322 324 315 300 302 306 2 & 11 310 25 6–8 & 161 303 28 319 332 201 410 184 15–17 220 138, 183 & 191 18 140 127 250–258 101

31,000 26,000 14,000 80,000 17,100 36,000 33,000 39,500 6,000 36,000 9,000 1,000 85,000 6,200 10,300 10,400 1,700 500 1,800 29,000 7,500 1,607 5,000 15,300 2,500 12,136 20,806 5,830 33,000 8,100 20,000 1,130 5,000 9,250 9,600 4,480 33,000 10,000 3,800 2,120 197,527 2,600 10,500 10,509 7,300 14,736

2,892.3 2,415.46 1,300.63 7,432.18 1,588.63 3,344.51 3,065.8 3,673.5 557.41 3,348 836.13 92.9 7,896.76 576 956.89 966.19 157.94 46.45 167.4 2,694.17 697.5 149.3 464.52 1,421.4 232.26 1,128.65 1,934.96 541.62 3,065.8 752.51 1,858.06 104.98 464.52 859.35 891.87 416.21 3,065.8 929.03 353.03 196.95 18,370 241.55 975.47 977.3 678.19 1,369

Specialists in antibodies and associated reagents. Molecular modelling and simulation software. Plant biotechnology for crop improvement. Develops therapeutics based on advances in cellular and molecular biology. Corporate advisor in strategy and operations management. Development of molecularly targeted drugs with a primary focus in oncology. Tailor-made solutions for agricultural, garden and amenity markets. Providers of analytical instruments and chemicals. Software solutions for banking companies, dealing in financial markets. Leader in wired and wireless broadband communications semiconductors. Thermo-stable instantly injectable pharmaceuticals for the 21st Century. Business travel agency. Contract design and development and technical consultants. Computer hardware/software systems for engineering and medical research. Developers of diagnostic devices. Commercial computer systems and networks. Develops and markets Reconfigurable ADMs for the telecoms industry. Delivers and exploits a programme of innovative research in manufacturing. Provider of e-security software products. Provider of Bluetooth technology and single-chip wireless communication. Development and delivery of next-generation data quality software. Medical diagnostics. Providers of medicinal chemistry services on behalf of clients. Develops therapies based on domain antibodies. Providers of mesh wireless networking solutions. GIS software and systems for digital mapping. One of the world’s leading game developers. Supplier of genomic clone and library products and technology services. Global biotechnology company focusing on rare genetic disorders. Scientific investigation of causes of fires and explosions for insurance claims. Flashlamps for lasers and analytical instruments. Chartered patent agents and European patent attorneys. Asymmetric catalytic processes for fine chemical & pharmaceutical companies. 115-place childcare nursery. Focuses on technologies for display, commercial printing and health imaging. Solutions that streamline the conversion of documents into electronic data. Development of products for the improvement of disease management. Technically advanced clinical testing services. Speciality pharmaceutical and healthcare product business. Licensing of human pharmaceutical products for Mundipharma Group. Manufacturing, marketing, sales and distribution of ethical pharmaceuticals. Provides customised technical and market intelligence services. Provision of intelligence to support innovation and technical development. Miniature gas sensors and gas detection instruments. Research, manufacture and marketing of human ethical pharmaceuticals. Producers of successful innovations in the areas of healthcare, lifestyle and technology.

All floor areas are approximate.


Index – Summary of the occupants 60 Phogen Ltd 61 Plastic Logic Ltd 62 Polatis Ltd 63 Precedence Technologies Ltd 64 ProMetic Biosciences Ltd 65 QUALCOMM Cambridge Ltd 66 revolution@2wenty4 67 Royal Society of Chemistry 68 Serentis Ltd 69 Smart Holograms 70 Takeda Cambridge Ltd 71 Thar Instruments, Ltd 72 The Trinity Centre 73 Toshiba Research Europe Ltd 74 Vectura Delivery Devices Ltd 75 Velocix 76 WorldPay Ltd 77 Xaar plc 78 Xenova Biomanufacturing

Building Number

Floor Area (Sq ft)

Floor Area (Sq M)

ActivitY

155 31–35 & 296 332 120 211 335 24 290 23 291–292 418 14 24 208 21 325 & 326 270 316 150–154 & 310

1,600 18,325 9,100 400 9,500 14,500 6,100 63,400 2,545 5,000 36,867 1,282.5 17,250 19,485 5,000 5,800 39,000 22,000 18,000

148.64 1,704.2 845.42 37.16 882.57 1,347.09 566.7 5,890.05 236.7 464.52 3,428.6 119.3 1,602.56 1,812.1 464.52 538.84 3,623.19 2,043.85 1,672.25

Provision of pharmaceutical science R&D services. Exploitation of new technology for printing polymer microelectronics. research Research & development into optical switching technologies. Specialists in Internet security servers and thin-line computing. Technologies that enable the production of higher-quality therapeutic products. Develops innovative digital wireless communications products and services. Including gym, jacuzzi, sauna and squash club. Information storage, retrieval and dissemination in the field of chemistry. Emerging biopharmaceutical company. Develops new generation of sensors for use in the life sciences industry. A drug discovery company. World leader in small and large scale chromatography instrumentation. Conference centre, restaurant and bar. Theoretical and experimental research into quantum information processing. Development of inhaled drugs for the treatment of lung diseases. Telecommunications traffic management and network intelligence solutions. Global provider of secure, multi-currency Internet card payment systems. Development and exploitation of high-resolution, low-cost printing technology. Contract biopharmaceutical process development and manufacturing.

Cambridge Science Park Innovation Centre 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 80 81 81 81 81 81 81 81 82 82 82 82 82 82 83 83 83 83 83

AKN Labs Andrew Bryce & Co Auriplex Blue Tree Systems Cambridge Global Innovations Cambridge Temperature Concepts Celldex Therapeutics Ltd ChiBio Informatics Limited Cluster Resources Ltd Design Portfolio Marketing Services Enecsys Enval Ltd Futureneering Ltd Genapta Ltd Hypertag Hypoxium Ltd NanoCentral NHS East of England Health Innovation Centre OptiSynx Ltd Oxygen Healthcare Ltd Prime Meridian Communications Ltd Roundpoint Ltd Sentinel Oncology Ltd Susan Hamilton Group talentburst Treague Ltd

Developers of advanced web applications and low-cost websites. Environmental and health and safety lawyer for the waste and industrial sectors. Technology company which designs, produces and markets wireless communication systems. Delivery of information systems to the transportation industry. Specialists in applying innovative new technology to mass-market consumer products. Developers of a new device for ovulation detection. Biotechnology company focused on the discovery, development and commercialisation of novel immunotherapies. Providers of Bioinformatics, Drug Discovery Research & Development project services. Provider of workload and resource management software for cluster, grid and utility-based computing environments. Communications consultancy specialising in design of annual reports for stock exchange quoted companies. Solar energy solutions developer. Develops and commercialises recycling processes to recover valuable materials and prevent waste from being landfilled. Advisers for emerging technology ventures. Suppliers of high-performance optical platforms for pharmaceutical screening. Tagging of physical objects to act as an information gateway. An oncology-focussed contract cell-screening company. Providers of leading-edge technologies for the development of nanomaterials-based products. Established to improve patient care through the use of IT. Accurate time source devices for business. Head office of India-based world-class chemistry laboratory. Translation and language services. Mobile content service providers to PDAs and mobile devices. A drug discovery company. Recruitment across a range of sectors including scientific, technical and commercial. Recruitment of students and graduates on flexible placements. A drug discovery company.

All floor areas are approximate.


The purpose of this Directory is to help Science Park occupants to know each other and to help them know, and be known by, Cambridge University science departments and other scientific institutions, both in the Cambridge area, nationally and internationally.


Cambridge Science Park What is a Science Park? A Science Park is a collection of high-technology industrial companies or research institutes in attractive, well-landscaped surroundings, developed to a very low density, situated near a major scientific university – and enjoying significant opportunities of interchange with that university. It is a means of bringing suitable industry and applied research close to the sources of scientific progress.

Features of the Cambridge Science Park •

Established in 1970 by Trinity College, the college of Sir Isaac Newton and many other distinguished scientists

Close links with the scientific excellence of Cambridge University

Low-density development in a park-like setting

Over 80 compatible neighbours also involved in high technology

High-quality, flexible buildings suited to office, laboratory or manufacturing use

Innovation Centre offering smaller, flexible facilities for new hi-tech ventures

Use clause

To preserve the intrinsic nature of the Cambridge Science Park for the mutual benefit of all occupiers, the use of buildings is limited to the following: •

Scientific research associated with industrial production

Light industrial production which is dependent on regular consultation with the tenants’ own research, development and design staff established in the Cambridge area; or the scientific staff of the University or of local scientific institutions

Ancillary activities appropriate to a Science Park

Availability of land and buildings •

152 acres; premises from 500 sq ft to 120,000 sq ft

Purpose-built units on occupational leases

Smaller units for smaller companies, or bases for larger companies to research the market, on flexible leases

Innovation Centre offering smaller, flexible facilities for new hi-tech ventures


Introduction By Rory Landman, Senior Bursar, Trinity College, Cambridge The Cambridge Science Park was established principally to meet government requests for a greater interchange of ideas, people and facilities between universities and high-technology industry. Such an interchange serves to strengthen existing companies and encourage the development of new ones; and it provides technical and financial feedback to the University. Close contact of this kind brings other benefits including: •

Improvement of existing technology – an abundance of local scientific expertise helps industry to overcome problems with existing advanced technology.

Spreading of ideas – new advanced technology and ideas can best be promoted by personal contact, sometimes between those working in quite different fields.

Employment – companies find it easier to recruit qualified staff of all kinds, while job opportunities are widened for University graduate and non-graduate staff.

Recognition of commercial potential – University departments can learn at first hand the problems and aspirations of hightechnology industry. Moreover, this feedback will help in the spotting of commercial potential in the fountain of new scientific ideas which flow in a great University-potential which might otherwise go unrealised.

Generating prosperity – the economic squeeze of recent years, particularly on research, has underlined the need to generate prosperity through successful commercial development of scientific ideas. The squeeze has also emphasised the value of sharing expensive equipment and libraries which in turn can lead to useful personal contacts.

Rory Landman

From concept... It was in the late 1960s that Whitehall urged universities to increase their contact with high-technology industry. A Cambridge University Committee, with Sir Nevil Mott (then Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics) as chairman and Dr Ian Nichol (later Secretary General of the Faculties) as secretary, was appointed to consider the local position. They recommended a moderate expansion of “science-based industry” close to Cambridge to take maximum advantage of the concentration of scientific expertise, equipment and libraries - on an international as well as national scale - and to increase feedback of all kinds from such industry into the Cambridge science complex. Trinity College was impressed with the importance of the idea. It has a long scientific tradition from Newton onwards - including in the past 100 years ClerkMaxwell, Rayleigh, J J Thomson, Rutherford, Aston and Lyle, together with numerous living scientists. It already possessed a suitable site on the outskirts of the city and so it began to formulate the scheme which led to the Cambridge Science Park. The majority of the land has belonged to the College for more than a century - and most of it to them or their predecessors since 1443. During the Second World War about half the land was requisitioned and covered with railway sidings and concrete bases for marshalling British and American army tanks for D-Day and for repairing them subsequently. The first of the current lakes was a gravel pit at the time.


...to reality

The right location

Outline planning permission for the first 14 acres of the Cambridge Science Park was sought in April 1970 and granted in October 1971. The first detailed permissions were received in early 1973, and construction of roads, services and the first building for Laser-Scan began in April 1973.

The Cambridge Science Park’s position at Milton Road has proved a prime location. It offers good building land without significant physical problems; is close to major residential areas yet well separated from them; and has excellent communications via the A14 northern bypass and the M11 and M25.

Subsequent buildings have been added almost every year since then, and the College wishes to acknowledge the sympathetic consideration given to its proposals by the Local Authorities, the Department of the Environment and the Department of Trade and Industry, together with the helpful interest of many individuals. The Park was officially opened in 1975 by Sir Alan Hodgkin, then President of the Royal Society and later Master of Trinity. He was assisted by Lord Butler, then Master, and by Lord Adrian, formerly Master. HRH The Prince of Wales opened the Cambridge Consultants building in 1979 and the 3i complex in 1984. Since its opening the Park has been visited several times by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, Chancellor of the University, and by Government Ministers and other important visitors worldwide. Over the years, development of the Cambridge Science Park has gathered momentum, both from the expansion of existing Cambridge Science Park companies and from the attraction of new businesses. It was extended to 30 acres in 1975; to 58 acres by the addition of the Napp site in 1979; to 86 acres in 1982; to 110 acres in 1985. Cambridge Science Park today covers 130 acres of low-density development, with a further 22 acres of Trinity Hall land on Phase 6 partially developed. To date more than 1,510,830 sq ft of buildings have been constructed, let and occupied.

The right environment From very early on, the College and its advisers had clear ideas of what constituted a Science Park, namely that it should be a collection of high-technology industrial companies or research institutes in attractive, well-landscaped surroundings, developed to a very low density, situated near a major scientific university - and enjoying significant opportunities of interchange with that university. The Cambridge Science Park is just that. It contains more than 100 companies covering a wide range of high technology. Some are new hi-tech ventures, with just two workstations in the Innovation Centre; some are small companies whose Science Park premises contain their entire activities; while others are branches of large national or international organisations who recognise that the scientific excellence of the Cambridge area provides a favourable environment for development of a particular sector of their activities, or for establishing a “listening post�. Toshiba, in particular, have established an important joint venture with the University Department of Physics in quantum effect physics, a field of fundamental research which is expected to lead to the frontier technologies of the 21st century. When Kodak drew up their shortlist for the location of their European Research Division, they specifically wanted a top-class, world-renowned university close by. Kodak moved onto the Park in April 2006 and immediately established collaborative ventures with a number of start-ups and investors.


Flexible approach

Facilities and benefits

Occupiers of the Cambridge Science Park are helped to become established in well-designed flexible buildings on landscaped sites developed at low density (one sq ft of buildings to five/six sq ft of land).

Cambridge Science Park’s facilities and benefits have developed as the Park has grown in size. Facilities and benefits available to occupiers today are:

During the past few years, large national and international companies have expanded or moved to new Cambridge Science Park premises. In addition, the Cambridge Science Park Innovation Centre has greatly helped smaller companies to establish and grow by providing secure, furnished workspace to more than 30 occupiers at the heart of the Science Park. Leases provide maximum flexibility for growth and movement within the Park.

Promoting contacts The College plays an active role in promoting contacts of all kinds - with University laboratories, with various other local research institutions, and with other Cambridge Science Park companies. As the occupiers of the Park now include major contract researchers, venture capitalists, patent agents and numerous companies with worldwide export experience, there are great opportunities for productive interchange. The College has never insisted on University contacts being established, but has created an environment in which liaison takes place naturally when the need arises and with mutual benefit. This is encouraged through: • • •

Close proximity to the scientific excellence of Cambridge University Close links with network groups providing knowledge and expertise Over 80 compatible neighbours also involved in high technology.

• • • • • • • •

The Trinity Centre, providing bar, restaurant and conference facilities ‘Revolution’ health, fitness and beauty centre Squash courts 115-place on-site day nursery Cash machine Cambridge Science Park Directory of tenants Free vacancy, news and profile advertising on Cambridge Science Park website Catalyst - Cambridge Science Park magazine profiling occupier developments

Transport links Cambridge Science Park aims to be at the forefront of promoting green travel and car-sharing programmes. The College works closely with the local council and travel groups to encourage and support opportunities for greener travel. The Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, due to open in 2009, will provide frequent, reliable public transport along the A14 corridor, linking Huntingdon and St Ives to central Cambridge, with two stops at Cambridge Science Park.

Reaping benefits Cambridge Science Park is a world-famous research centre and hot-bed of hi-tech enterprise. The majority of Cambridge Science Park companies benefit greatly from the personal, technical, financial or less tangible kinds of liaison which the environment promotes, while at the same time, a valuable commercial awareness continues to develop within the University. The concept of the Cambridge Science Park is, in fact, becoming ever more exciting as the number and variety of occupiers grows and its original aims are realised. Rory Landman


Cambridge Science Park

Trinity College

Bidwells


Abcam plc Address

332 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FW

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 696000

Fax

+44 (0)1223 696001

Website

www.abcam.com

Email

info@abcam.com

Directors

Dr David Cleevely – Chairman Dr Jonathan Milner – CEO Dr Eddie Powell – Finance Director Professor Tony Kouzarides – Non–Executive Director Mr Jim Warwick – Managing Director Mr Peter Keen – Non–Executive Director

Management

Dr Catherine Onley – Head of Laboratory Dr Neil Hayward – US General Manager Dr Ed Ralph – Head of IT Dr Danielle Miller – Head of Operations Dr Linda Cammish – Head of Commercial Development Mrs Jane Cooke – HR Manager

Number of Staff on Park

80

Activity

Abcam was founded in 1998 to supply bioscientists with specialist research products, particularly antibodies (essential tools enabling them to analyse the components of living cells at the molecular level). The company has grown strongly to over 110 employees and now has customers in over 50 countries and is recognised as one of the leading companies in its field. The future is growth for Abcam as it continues to expand, using its proven product development, marketing and customer service performance, including exciting areas such as nuclear signaling and stem cells.

Moved in

2000

Floor Area (sq ft)

31,000

Floor Area (sq m)

2,892.3

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.abcam.com 14


Accelrys Ltd Address

334 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WN

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 228500

Fax

+44 (0)1223 228501

Website

www.accelrys.com

Email

initialsurname@accelrys.com

Management

Sefanit Inquai – European Financial Controller Mr John Hanlon – Chief Financial Officer

Number of Staff on Park

150

Activity

Accelrys develops and commercialises molecular modelling, simulation, and informatics software for the life sciences, chemicals, and materials research. Accelrys is a leader in creating and integrating scientific software solutions across biology, chemistry and materials science. Accelrys’s customers in industries such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals and biotechnology apply these solutions to predict and control properties, interpret and focus experiments and manage and mine scientific data. Accelrys was formed in June 2000 and represents the merged business of MSI, Synopsys, Oxford Molecular, GCG and Synomics. Accelrys Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Accelrys, Inc. (Nasdaq: ACCL).

Moved in

2001

Floor Area (sq ft)

26,000

Floor Area (sq m)

2,415.46

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.accelrys.com 15


Advanced Technologies (Cambridge) Ltd Address

210 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WA

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 420284

Fax

+44 (0)1223 423448

Website

www.atcbiotech.com

Email

enquiries@atcbiotech.com

Management

Mr Oscar Pontes – General Manager Ms Susan Black – Business Manager Dr Martin Maunders – Admin and EHS Manager Mr Richard Wedgwood – Site Manager

Activity

ATC specialises in providing technologies and services that deliver process and product improvements to the global agricultural, forestry and industrial processing markets. The company commercialises its technologies and skills through licensing, through close collaboration with market partners and through contract services. ATC has established a broad proprietary technology portfolio around carbohydrate modification, nematode resistance (NemaGeneTM), cell wall structure, gene expression and function and DNA profiling technologies (HiGeneTM). This provides a solid base for the current research focus and enables ATC to deliver plant quality benefits to this wide range of target industries. The company was founded in 1988 by the BAT Industries Group.

Moved in

1988

Floor Area (sq ft)

14,000

Floor Area (sq m)

1,300.63

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.atcbiotech.com 16


Amgen Ltd Address

240 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WD

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 420305

Fax

+44 (0)1223 426078

Website

www.amgen.com

Email

uk-human-resources@uk.amgen.com

Directors

Jeremy Haigh – Director of European Research

Activity

Amgen is an independent biotechnology company with offices in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. While all basic research is carried out at the main headquarters in Thousand Oaks, California, Amgen Cambridge is the centre for both European Clinical Development and the UK/Ireland commercial operation, focusing on oncology, haematology, endocrinology, neurology, nephrology and inflammation therapeutic areas. A private company founded in 1989, forming a part of Amgen Inc.

Other Units Occupied

214 & 216

Moved in

1989

Floor Area (sq ft)

80,000

Floor Area (sq m)

7,432.18

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.amgen.com 17


Arthur D Little Ltd Address

300 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0XL

Telephone

+44 (0)870 3366 700

Fax

+44 (0)870 3366 701

Website

www.arthurdlittle.com

Directors

Roger T Hill – Director Richard J Clarke – Managing Director James R Catmur – Director Richard J Eagar – Director

Number of Staff on Park

70

Activity

Arthur D Little is a global management, technology and environmental consulting group serving major public and private sector clients. The company is one of the world’s major consulting firms, with more than 1,000 staff members based in around 30 offices. Arthur D Little has a strong cultural tradition of innovation, integrity and independence and is distinguished particularly by an understanding of technology in both business and social contexts, an ability to innovate in order to solve tough problems, and an emphasis on objectivity and clarity. Together with our technology partners Altran and Cambridge Consultants Ltd, we have 17,000 professionals at our clients’ disposal. Typically we manage approximately 2,000 assignments in 60 countries every year. We are proud to serve more than 75% of Fortune 500 companies, in addition to many other leading firms and public sector organisations. In the UK Arthur D Little employs some 100 consulting staff in offices in London and Cambridge. We provide a full range of management consulting services to the UK market and overseas through our global practices. Key services include strategy and organisation, technology and innovation management, performance improvement and environment, and safety and risk management. Arthur D Little has dedicated industry practices providing expertise and knowledge including energy, healthcare, chemicals, travel and transportation, public services, engineering and manufacturing, utilities, financial services and the telecommunication, IT, media and electronics (TIME) industries.

Moved in

1989

Floor Area (sq ft)

17,100

Floor Area (sq m)

1,588.63

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.arthurdlittle.com 18


Astex Therapeutics Ltd Address

436 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0QA

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 226200

Fax

+44 (0)1223 226201

Website

www.astex-therapeutics.com

Email

info@astex-therapeutics.com

Directors

Dr Harren Jhoti – Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder Mr John Aston – Chief Financial Officer

Number of Staff on Park

90

Activity

Astex Therapeutics is a biotechnology company, focused on the discovery and development of novel pharmaceutical products. We have developed an innovative fragment-based drug discovery platform, which we call Pyramid™, and to date have used it to generate five novel products, each of which addresses a well-defined biological mechanism critical to the proliferation of cancer cells. We are developing our products both independently and through partnerships with leading pharmaceutical companies. Our current productivity delivers one new drug candidate into the clinic each year. Our most advanced products, AT9283, AT7519 and AT13387, are being tested in clinical trials, and have already shown preliminary evidence of clinical efficacy. We also have two products that are in formal preclinical development; AT9311 and AT13148. The value of Pyramid™ has been demonstrated by the productivity of our own drug discovery activities and through the research collaborations we have established with leading pharmaceutical companies such as Novartis, AstraZeneca, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bayer Schering, Astellas, Mitsubishi Pharma and sanofi-aventis. For further information on Astex Therapeutics please visit the company’s website at www.astex-therapeutics.com

Moved in

2000

Floor Area (sq ft)

36,000

Floor Area (sq m)

3,344.51

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.astex-therapeutics.com 19


Bayer CropScience Ltd Address

230 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WB

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 226500

Fax

+44 (0)1223 426240

Website

www.bayercropscience.co.uk

Activity

As an innovative and research-based company, Bayer CropScience is committed to providing efficient and tailor-made solutions for its customers in the UK agricultural, garden and amenity markets. Committed to open communication, Bayer CropScience is setting the standard in areas of product and environmental stewardship.

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

33,000

Floor Area (sq m)

3,065.8

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.bayercropscience.co.uk 20


Biochrom Ltd Address

22 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FJ

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 423723

Fax

+44 (0)1223 420164

Website

www.biochrom.co.uk

Email

enquiries@biochrom.co.uk

Directors

Mr David Parr – Managing Director

Number of Staff on Park

65

Activity

Design, development, production, marketing and sales of analytical instruments and chemicals, including automatic amino acid analysers and spectrophotometers. Founded in St Albans in 1970. Now part of Harvard Bioscience Inc.USA.

Other Units Occupied

27

Moved in

1974

Floor Area (sq ft)

39,500

Floor Area (sq m)

3,673.5

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.biochrom.co.uk 21


Brady plc Address

277 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WE

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 479479

Fax

+44 (0)1223 472510

Website

www.bradyplc.com

Email

sales@bradyplc.com

Directors

Dr R M Brady – Chief Executive Officer

Number of Staff on Park Activity

40 Brady specialises in delivering software products which provide full front to back office support for the highly specialised fields of precious metals, base metals, oil and soft commodities, together with the associated derivative and treasury instruments. Brady was established in 1985 with a mission of supplying state-of-the-art solutions to banks and to financial institutions specialising in commodity trading. The company has successfully developed and installed software solutions to the banking community for close to 20 years.

Moved in

1986

Floor Area (sq ft)

6,000

Floor Area (sq m)

557.41

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.bradyplc.com 22


Broadcom Ltd Address

406 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WW

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 381300

Fax

+44 (0)1223 381310

Website

www.broadcom.com

Directors

Dr Robert Swann – Director of Marketing

Activity

Broadcom is a global leader in wired and wireless broadband communications semiconductors. Products enable the convergence of high-speed data, high-definition video, voice and audio at home, in the office and on the go. Broadcom provides manufacturers of computing and networking equipment, digital entertainment and broadband access products, and mobile devices with the industry’s broadest portfolio of state-of-the-art system-on-a-chip and software solutions.

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

36,000

Floor Area (sq m)

3,348

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.broadcom.com 23


Cambridge Biostability Limited Address

184 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GA

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 437400

Fax

+44 (0)1223 437437

Website

www.biostability.com

Email

info@biostability.com 22

Number of Staff on Park Activity

Founded in 1998 by Dr Bruce Roser, CBL has developed a revolutionary technology which formulates vaccines and other biopharmaceuticals into ready-to-inject stable liquid suspensions requiring no refrigeration or reconstitution. CBL’s Stable Liquid Vaccine technology offers significant advantages over existing vaccines by eliminating the requirement for the cold chain and reducing the cost of administration of vaccines, thereby increasing both the shelf life and the effectiveness of vaccines in the field. The company has filed seven patent families worldwide and has a number of development programmes underway both internally and with external collaborators. CBL has also entered into a joint venture with Panacea Biotec, India’s second largest pharmaceutical company, to develop and bring to market a pentavalent childhood vaccine that can be stored without refrigeration. This will be used for childhood vaccination programmes in the developing world. CBL is also working with US Government agencies to develop a stable multivalent vaccine against botulism and a stable anthrax vaccine.

Moved in

2007

Floor Area (sq ft)

9,000

Floor Area (sq m)

836.13

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.biostability.com 24


Cambridge Business Travel Address

325a Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 566445

Fax

+44 (0)1223 566490

Website

www.cambridgebusinesstravel.co.uk

Email

cbtb@btconnect.com

Directors

W M Burnett S D Scott

Management

R D Munday

Number of Staff on Park

12

Activity

A business travel agency providing a comprehensive range of travel including airline / rail / ferry and theatre tickets, hotel reservations, car hire, passport and visa service and foreign exchange. The agency also acts as a ticket consolidator for major airlines.

Moved in

1993

Floor Area (sq ft)

1,000

Floor Area (sq m)

92.9

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.cambridgebusinesstravel.co.uk 25


Cambridge Consultants Ltd Address

29 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0DW

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 420024

Fax

+44 (0)1223 423373

Website

www.cambridgeconsultants.com

Email

info@cambridgeconsultants.com

Directors

Brian Moon – Chief Executive Officer Alan Richardson – Deputy Chief Executive Officer Ray Edgson – Chief Technology Officer Mammen Eapen – Chief Financial Officer Paul Williams – Chief Operations Officer

Number of Staff on Park

249

Activity

Cambridge Consultants has, for over 40 years, enabled its clients to turn business opportunities into commercial successes. We help clients to grow by developing products for new and existing markets, managing product innovation, supporting transactions through due diligence and providing market strategies for the exploitation of new products and technologies. Our clients range from large international blue chips and small start-ups, to investment institutions and government agencies.

Other Units Occupied

30

Moved in

1979

Floor Area (sq ft)

85,000

Floor Area (sq m)

7,896.76

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.cambridgeconsultants.com 26


Cambridge Electronic Design Ltd Address

4 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FE

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 420186

Fax

+44 (0)1223 420488

Website

www.ced.co.uk

Email

info@ced.co.uk

Directors

Michael Albutt – Managing Director Peter Rice – Technical Director Gregory Smith – Software Director

Number of Staff on Park

23

Activity

Design and manufacture of computer hardware and software used for acquisition and analysis of complex waveform and event data. CED’s programmable high-performance peripheral analogue interfaces and signal conditioners, and Windows-compatible software packages are used mainly by life scientists and engineers. Customers include: teaching hospitals and university departments in the UK and 58 countries worldwide; Government research institutes; and many well-known industrial companies. Founded in Cambridge in 1970 by two of the current directors, from the Cambridge University Engineering Department.

Moved in

1979

Floor Area (sq ft)

6,200

Floor Area (sq m)

576

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.ced.co.uk 27


Cambridge Medical Innovations Ltd Address

181 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GJ

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 225 333

Fax:

+44 (0)1223 225 322

Website

www.cam-medical.com

Email

info@cam-medical.com

Number of Staff on Park

50

Activity

Cambridge Medical Innovations (CMI) is dedicated to developing a series of diagnostic devices that will help in the diagnosis of diseases and enable the more efficient monitoring of human health. Our mission is to develop the diagnostic devices to be sold worldwide. The company is located in Cambridge, UK. Our technology is based on robust label-free diagnostic systems exploiting high frequency acoustics to specifically diagnose disease. The systems can directly detect a range of molecules, bacteria and viruses in both crude samples and complex matrices without the need for sample processing or purification. This is achieved by attaching a specific target receptor to the surface of an acoustic resonator, using one of a variety of coupling chemistries, followed by delivery of a sample via a microfluidic flow-based system. The resonant acoustic signal indicates not only the presence of target molecules but also the amount found in any sample.

Moved in

2007

Floor Area (sq ft)

10,300

Floor Area (sq m)

956.89

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.cam-medical.com 28


Cambridge Online Systems Ltd Address

163 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GP

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 422600

Fax

+44 (0)1223 422601

Website

www.cambridgeonline.net

Email

enquiries@cosl.co.uk

Directors

Michael J Tissier – Chairman Blaine Peakall – Managing Director, Business Systems Group Raymond J Olds – Sales & Marketing Director, Business Systems Group Michael J Murray – Financial Director William Hall – Director

Number of Staff on Park

60

Activity

Applied Technology Group: Cambridge Online’s applied technology group provides IT infrastructure covering computer systems, storage, networking and telecommunications and has particular expertise in high-performance technical computing. Business Systems Group: Cambridge Online’s business systems group provides Microsoft Dynamics solutions for finance, distribution, manufacturing, service and customer relationship management. The company was established by its founder directors in 1978 and is privately owned.

Moved in

1985

Floor Area (sq ft)

10,400

Floor Area (sq m)

966.19

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.cambridgeonline.net 29


Cambridge Photonics Ltd Address

26c Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FP

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 423153

Directors

Tom Swan Ian Bonas

Number of Staff on Park

4

Activity

Cambridge Photonics was founded in 2001 to develop and market Reconfigurable Add Drop Multiplexers for the telecommunications industry. CPL’s products will offer substantial increases in performance and reliability at the same time as large reductions in operating costs. Working in collaboration with Cambridge University’s Engineering Department, CPL’s technology is based on Liquid Crystal on Silicon Spatial Light Modulators.

Moved in

2003

Floor Area (sq ft)

1,700

Floor Area (sq m)

157.94

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.cambridgesciencepark.co.uk 30


Centre for Industrial Photonics, Institute for Manufacturing

Address

26a Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FP

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 741846

Fax

+44 (0)1223 741852

Website

www.ifm.eng.cam.ac.uk/cip/

Directors

Dr William O’Neill – Lecturer

Number of Staff on Park

9

Activity

The Centre for Industrial Photonics (CIP) is at the forefront of industrial laser systems; developing leading-edge technologies and transforming them into commercially viable processes for industry. CIP is one of several research centres within the Institute for Manufacturing (IfM)™, part of the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering.

Moved in

2003

Floor Area (sq ft)

500

Floor Area (sq m)

46.45

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.ifm.eng.cam.ac.uk/cip/ 31


Cryptomathic Ltd Address

327 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 225350

Fax

+44 (0)1223 225351

Website

www.cryptomathic.com

Email

info-uk@cryptomathic.com

Directors

Morten Landrock – Managing Director Dr Jonathan Tuliani – Technical Director

Number of Staff on Park

8

Activity

Cryptomathic is one of the world’s leading providers of security solutions to businesses across a wide range of industry sectors, including finance, smart card, digital rights management and government. We have assisted our customers by providing systems for e-banking, two-factor authentication, PKI initiatives, EMV card issuing, ePassport and advanced key management through best-of-breed security software and services. Cryptomathic was founded in 1986 by renowned cryptographers and was one of the first companies in the world to commercialise cryptographic algorithms. The core of Cryptomathic is our unique intellectual capital, and our products and solutions are built by a professional team of security experts. Our staff includes at least five international expert cryptographers who rank among the 50 most renowned cryptographers in the world. This includes contributors to and inventors of next–generation cryptography, e.g. AES (the NIST-endorsed Advanced Encryption Standard), ECC (Elliptic Curve Cryptography) as well as research centred on electronic voting schemes and new hash algorithms. All our products are designed and built based on customers’ needs and requirements. We have consulted and assisted companies around the world with building security, from requirement specification to implementation and delivery. We understand your business, and our combination of extensive customer and application knowledge with deep technical ability ensures you an optimal solution with the level of security you need, not just for today, but for tomorrow.

Moved in

2002

Floor Area (sq ft)

1,800

Floor Area (sq m)

167.4

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.cryptomathic.com 32


CSR plc Address

400 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WH

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 692000

Fax

+44 (0)1223 692001

Website

www.csr.com

Directors

John Whybrow – Chairman John Scarisbrick – Chief Executive Officer James Collier – Chief Technical Officer & Co-founder Glenn Collinson – Executive Vice President & Co-founder Paul Goodridge – Finance Director David Tucker – Non-executive Director Ron Mackintosh – Non-executive Director Anthony Carlisle – Non-executive Director

Management

Philip O’Donovan – Commercial Director & Co-founder Christopher Ladas – Vice President, Manufacturing J. Eric Janson – Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales Richard Ord – Vice President, Wireless Audio Strategic Business Unit Jon Hudson – Senior Vice President and General Manager of the PC, Automotive and Consumer Strategic Business Units Matthew Phillips – Senior Vice President, Mobile Handset Connectivity Strategic Business Unit

Number of Staff on Park

190

Activity

CSR plc is the leading global provider of Bluetooth technology and has developed expertise in other single-chip wireless communication standards such as Wi-Fi (IEEE802.11). CSR offers developed hardware/software solutions for Bluetooth based around BlueCore, a fully integrated 2.4 GHz radio, baseband and microcontroller. CSR has now launched its fifth generation BlueCore suite and is in volume manufacture of its fourth generation BlueCore devices. BlueCore4 supports the Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) standard which was ratified at the end of 2004. In November 2004 CSR launched UniFi, the first single chip 802.11a/b/g embedded solution specifically targeting the mobile phone and consumer electronics markets. BlueCore features in over 50 per cent of all Bluetooth devices shipped, and over 60 per cent of all qualified Bluetooth-enabled products and modules listed on the Bluetooth website, with industry leaders including Nokia, Dell, Panasonic, Sharp, Motorola, IBM, Apple, NEC, Toshiba, RIM and Sony using BlueCore devices in their range of Bluetooth products. CSR has its headquarters and offices in Cambridge, UK, and offices in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, China, India, France, Denmark, Sweden and both Texas and Detroit in the USA.

Moved in

1999

Floor Area (sq ft)

29,000

Floor Area (sq m)

2,694.17

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.csr.com 33


Datanomic Limited Address

140 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GF

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 228400

Fax

+44 (0)1223 228401

Website

www.datanomic.com

Email

info@datanomic.com

Number of Staff on Park

29

Activity

Datanomic specialises in end-to-end data quality management. It delivers what it describes as an innovative data quality software system that has the ability to profile, audit, clean or match data of any type, from any source, with real-time data error and data compliance solutions.

Moved in

2006

Floor Area (sq ft)

7,500

Floor Area (sq m)

697.5

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.datanomic.com 34


Diagnostics For The Real World Ltd. Address

322 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 424329

Fax

+44 (0)1223 426309

Activity

Medical diagnostics.

Moved in

2007

Floor Area (sq ft)

1,607

Floor Area (sq m)

149.3

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

35


Domainex Address

324 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0PZ

Telephone

+44 (0)1993 201801

Fax

+44 (0)1993 200401

Website

www.domainex.ltd.uk

Email

info@ncediscovery.com

Number of Staff on Park

15

Activity

The company provides medicinal chemistry and drug development services to the biotechnology sector and was formed in response to the growing need for a flexible consultancy and synthetic chemistry service offered by experienced medicinal chemists with modern facilities. The focus of the company is to carry out the necessary medicinal chemistry on behalf of clients in order to provide them with candidate drugs to enter their development pipeline. The company provides a complete medicinal chemistry service by offering both consultancy and synthetic services and a full lead optimisation programme. The company also provides a custom synthesis service for biological reference standards and compound libraries. The core services offered by Domainex include: selection of diverse compound sets from commercial collections; evaluation of active compounds for drug likeness, synthetic accessibility, novelty (literature and patent search) and ADMET issues; search for screeninghit analogue compounds from commercial sources; synthesis of lead compound to confirm structure and identity; design and synthesis of small molecules for biological testing; peptide synthesis for assays and to probe protein-protein interactions; lead optimisation to improve selectivity, toxicity and pharmacokinetics; preparation of drug discovery proposals for fundraising.

Moved in

2003

Floor Area (sq ft)

4,845

Floor Area (sq m)

450

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.domainex.ltd.uk 36


Domantis Ltd Address

315 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 226900

Fax

+44 (0)1223 226901

Website

www.domantis.com

Email

info@domantis.com

Number of Staff on Park

75

Activity

Domantis is a drug discovery company that develops therapies based on domain antibodies, the smallest antigen-binding fragment of human antibodies. Building on the protein and antibody research of its founders, Dr Greg Winter and Dr Ian Tomlinson, Domantis is focused on commercialising this new class of fully human molecules. Domain antibodies (“dAbs�) are a new generation of antibody molecules that incorporate the biological and commercial advantages of both small molecules and antibodies. They have the potential to provide a broader range of products and benefits compared with conventional antibodies, because they can address a wide range of therapeutic targets, are suited to multiple product formats and formulations, have potential for delivery by injectable and non-injectable methods, and can be made by lower-cost microbial manufacture. Due to its unique and exclusive intellectual property and technology position for domain antibodies, Domantis is the only company capable of fully exploiting human dAbs for therapeutic and other applications. Domantis scientists are using well-established antibody repertoire technology to discover domain antibodies which address validated therapeutic targets. Since its launch in December 2000, the company has made considerable progress, and the first dAb-led compound is now in preclinical studies. Domantis aims to identify a series of dAb leads with unique therapeutic formats and formulations that cannot be achieved with conventional antibodies. The company plans to develop a number of these leads in-house and enter into partnerships to advance others.

Moved in

2003

Floor Area (sq ft)

15,300

Floor Area (sq m)

1,421.4

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.domantis.com 37


Ember Europe Ltd Address

300 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0XL

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 423322

Fax

+44 (0)1223 423390

Website

www.ember.com

Email

info@ember.com

Directors

Robert Lefort – Chief Executive Officer Nick Horne – Director of Semiconductor Design Charlie D’Ambrosio – Chief Financial Officer

Number of Staff on Park

18

Activity

Ember provides mesh wireless networking solutions based on IEEE802.15.4 and ZigBee technology. The company has its semiconductor design division in Cambridge, and its software design division in Boston, Massachusetts. Its solutions are based on system-on-chip radio chips, networking software, and system development tools. Solutions are intended for use in industrial and home automation, medical sensor networks and in military and security applications. Founded in Boston in 2001, Ember Europe was established in Cambridge in 2004 as a European HQ and the centre of design activity for radio chips. Ember acquired its portfolio of 802.15.4 radio frequency (RF) integrated circuit technology from Cambridge Consultants Ltd, and hired the engineering team that developed it.

Moved in

2004

Floor Area (sq ft)

2,500

Floor Area (sq m)

232.26

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.ember.com 38


ESRI (UK) Cambridge Ltd Address

302 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 428408

Fax

+44 (0)1223 420324

Website

www.esriuk.com

Email

info@esriuk.com

Directors

Richard Waite – Managing Director

Number of Staff on Park

20

Activity

GIS software solutions providers. ESRI (UK) Cambridge Ltd is part of the ESRI Holdings group. Within the UK, ESRI (UK) has established the ESRI software family as the GIS and mapping system of choice, with many thousands of installations in a broad range of market areas including business, finance, government, utilities, defence and education. ESRI (UK) is focused entirely towards the provision of GIS software and professional services to an extensive user base, new clients and business partners.

Moved in

2000

Floor Area (sq ft)

12,136

Floor Area (sq m)

1,128.65

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.esriuk.com 39


Frontier Developments Ltd Address

306 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 394300

Website

www.frontier.co.uk

Directors

Mrs Jenny-May Brennan – Director, Director of HR and Finance, Company Secretary

Number of Staff on Park

150

Activity

Frontier is one of the world’s leading game developers, having built upon the innovative creations of founder David Braben. Frontier’s games, including RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 and Thrillville, have received critical acclaim as well as commercial success. Frontier is currently 150 strong and growing, as it recruits for its exciting next-generation games and console projects.

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

20,806

Floor Area (sq m)

1,934.96

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.frontier.co.uk 40


Geneservice Ltd Address

2 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FE

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 432600

Fax

+44 (0)1223 432601

Website

www.geneservice.co.uk

Email

info@geneservice.co.uk

Directors

Dr Andy Richards – Chairman Dr Tom Weaver – Chief Executive Officer Dr Nicholas Leaves – Operations Director

Number of Staff on Park

30

Activity

Supplier of genomic clone and library products and technology services, including: DNA extraction, banking, sequencing and whole genome amplification; gene mapping; and mRNA expression analysis.

Other Units Occupied

11

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

5,830

Floor Area (sq m)

541.62

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.geneservice.co.uk 41


Genzyme Therapeutics Limited Address

310 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 394000

Fax

+44 (0)1223 394191

Website

www.genzyme.co.uk

Directors

Henri A. Termeer – Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer Douglas A. Berthiaume – Director Gail K. Boudreaux – Director Robert J. Carpenter – Director Charles L. Cooney, Ph.D. – Director Victor J. Dzau, M.D. – Director Senator Connie Mack III – Director Richard F. Syron – Director

Number of Staff on Park

90

Activity

Genzyme Corporation is a global biotechnology company dedicated to making a major positive impact on the lives of people with serious diseases. The company’s broad product portfolio is focused on rare genetic disorders, renal disease, osteoarthritis and immunemediated diseases, and includes an industry-leading array of diagnostic products and services. Genzyme’s commitment to innovation continues today with research into novel approaches to cancer, heart disease, and other areas of unmet medical need. More than 6,300 Genzyme employees in offices around the globe serve patients in over 80 countries. Genzyme Corporation was formed in 1981 and is a public company.

Moved in

2004

Floor Area (sq ft)

33,000

Floor Area (sq m)

3,065.8

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.genzyme.co.uk 42


Hawkins & Associates Ltd Address

25 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FE

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 420400

Fax

+44 (0)1223 420181

Website

www.hawkins.biz

Email

email@hawkins.biz

Directors

Dr J B F Anderson Dr R G Fletcher Mr A J A Muston Ms L M Earl Dr A C M Moncrieff Mr A R Bryce

Number of Staff on Park

30

Activity

Consulting scientists and engineers specialising in investigating the causes of fires and explosions, rail, road and aircraft accidents, process plant and product failures, industrial accidents and occupational health and safety matters, mainly on behalf of insurance companies, loss adjusters and solicitors. Also provides an independent forensic science service for use in criminal and other cases. Developed from an initial programme of work started with the University of Cambridge, the organisation now serves most of the major insurance companies, and works on cases throughout the UK as well as those arising abroad.

Moved in

1980

Floor Area (sq ft)

8,100

Floor Area (sq m)

752.51

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.hawkins.biz 43


Heraeus Noblelight Ltd Address

161 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GQ

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 423324

Fax

+44 (0)1223 423999

Website

www.heraeus-noblelight.com

Email

hnl-laserlamps@heraeus.com

Directors

Dr Monika Maintz – Managing Director Rainer Kuechler – Chairman Director Craig Wenlock – Engineering Director

Management

Mark Bartlett – Financial Controller/Company Secretary Jeremy Woffendin – R&D Manager Debbie Playle – Sales Manager Michael Bennett – Production Manager

Number of Staff on Park

116

Activity

The design and manufacture of noble gas-filled arc and flashlamps for science and industry, particularly lasers. The company designs and produces flash and continuous wave lamps for lasers, spectrophotometry and industrial applications. It has the engineering and design ability to match lamps and power supplies perfectly to specific applications. In its Neston branch, Heraeus Noblelight designs and manufactures infra-red oven systems for a wide variety of industrial processes, but most notably for use in automotive assembly plants. These systems incorporate a unique quartz infra-red emitter manufactured by its parent company, Heraeus Noblelight GmbH. Noblelight was founded in Cambridge in 1978 and was acquired by W.C. Heraeus GmbH in 1987. The company has a large export market and is represented worldwide by distributors. It is an ISO 9001 registered firm.

Other Units Occupied

6, 7 & 8

Moved in

1984

Floor Area (sq ft)

20,000

Floor Area (sq m)

1,858.06

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.heraeus-noblelight.com 44


HLBBshaw Address

303 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 225300

Fax

+44 (0)1223 423701

Website

www.hlbbshaw.com

Email

mail@hlbbshaw.com

Directors

Malcolm Lawrence – CEO Richard Bizley Jon Broughton

Number of Staff on Park

10

Activity

Chartered patent agents and European patent attorneys. Registered trade mark and European trade mark attorneys. The company acts for a wide range of clients, from locally based new technology companies to international blue chip organisations. The company operates as a number of linked teams in the fields of Life Sciences, Pharma & Nutrition, Electronics, Telecoms & Computer Science, Chemistry & Materials Science, Engineering, Trade Marks & Industrial Designs. Our services include patent filing and prosecution, patent opposition, litigation and we also handle complex assignment projects. The company was founded in the 1980s.

Moved in

2003

Floor Area (sq ft)

1,130

Floor Area (sq m)

104.98

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.hlbbshaw.com 45


Johnson Matthey Catalysts Address

28 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FP

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 226160

Fax

+44 (0)1223 438037

Website

www.jmcatalysts.com/pct/

Email

fred.hancock@matthey.com

Management

Fred Hancock – Technical Manager

Number of Staff on Park

11

Activity

Developing the most efficient synthesis route by providing advanced catalytic solutions for the synthesis of pharmaceuticals and fine chemicals. The business unit, Catalysts and Chiral Technologies, offers a major chiral technology platform, an extensive line of novel palladium coupling catalysts and a catalytic service that includes knowledge-based catalyst screening and process optimisation and scale-up. An international Scientific Advisory Board of experts keeps Catalysts and Chiral Technologies at the leading edge of asymmetric synthesis, process chemistry, coupling solutions, ligands and biocatalysis. Collaborative partnerships are an integral part of the strategy to expand technologies in the area of asymmetric synthesis. The company has created a comprehensive portfolio of technologies to address a wide array of pharmaceutical drug synthesis routes. Catalysts and Chiral Technologies is a business unit of Johnson Matthey Catalysts.

Moved in

2002

Floor Area (sq ft)

5,000

Floor Area (sq m)

464.52

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.jmcatalysts.com/pct/ 46


Kidsunlimited Address

319 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 424418

Website

www.kidsunlimited.co.uk

Email

cambridgesciencepark@kidsunlimited.co.uk

Management

Claire Winter – Manager

Activity

Kidsunlimited operates the Cambridge Science Park’s 115-place childcare nursery. The nursery offers full- and part-time places for children aged three months to five years. Open 7.30am to 6pm Monday to Friday. The nursery provides: • • • • • •

High standards through proactive research and development in all aspects of childcare and pre-school education A highly motivated and skilled team An innovative baby curriculum An innovative and creative approach to childcare activity embracing new ideas as a benefit to both children and staff Rich and challenging play opportunities where the curiosity of children and the desire to learn will be stimulated and extended A thematic approach to the early years curriculum, with a careful balance between free choice and structure

Kidsunlimited aims to provide quality customer care standards, which promote confidence and security in the knowledge that your child is receiving the best possible care and education. Moved in

2000

Floor Area (sq ft)

9,250

Floor Area (sq m)

859.35

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.kidsunlimited.co.uk 47


Kodak European Research Address

332 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WN

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 228010

Fax

+44 (0)1223 426202

Website

www.kodak.com/go/cambridge

Directors

Alan Payne – European Research Director

Number of Staff on Park

30

Activity

Kodak’s Cambridge Research Centre focuses on key technologies in the area of display, commercial printing and health imaging.

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

9,600

Floor Area (sq m)

891.87

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.kodak.com/go/cambridge 48


Kofax Development Ltd Address

201 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GZ

Telephone

+44 (0)870 460 6120

Fax

+44 (0)870 460 6121

Website

www.kofax.com

Email

firstname.surname@kofax.com

Number of Staff on Park

25

Activity

Kofax provides information capture solutions that streamline the conversion of documents into useful electronic data. These solutions deliver significant business benefits: faster information processing, lower operational costs and guaranteed data integrity. Neurascript is part of DICOM Group PLC (London Stock Exchange, DCM), the global leader in the information capture market.

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

4,480

Floor Area (sq m)

416.21

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.kofax.com 49


KuDOS Pharmaceuticals Ltd Address

410 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0PE

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 719719

Fax

+44 (0)1223 719720

Website

www.kudospharma.co.uk

Email

info@kudospharma.co.uk

Management

Dr Graeme Smith – Research Director Dr Niall Martin – Director of Biology Dr Mark O'Connor – Director of Translational Science Mrs Gill Hannam – Director of Business Support

Number of Staff on Park

50

Activity

KuDOS Pharmaceuticals, a wholly owned subsidiary of AstraZeneca plc, holds a leading position in the discovery and development of drugs based upon the science of DNA damage sensing, signalling and repair to address unmet medical needs in cancer treatment. KuDOS develops potent and highly selective small molecule therapies that block DNA repair in cancer cells, making tumours more vulnerable to the fatal DNA-disrupting effects of both radiotherapy and chemotherapy. In certain situations these therapies may exhibit a stand-alone effect. Such small molecules promise a significant breakthrough in cancer management, particularly in therapyresistant tumours, which commonly occur and contribute greatly towards poor prognosis. KuDOS was established in 1997 by Professor Stephen Jackson, Cancer Research UK and the University of Cambridge. The company retains strong links with Professor Jackson’s laboratory, ensuring that it remains at the forefront of DNA repair research. KuDOS has an integrated drug discovery process including computational, combinatorial and medicinal chemistry capabilities. This complements KuDOS’s biology and clinical expertise to create a continuous and effective R&D Pipeline. In February 2006 KuDOS was acquired by AstraZeneca plc.

Moved in

1999

Floor Area (sq ft)

33,000

Floor Area (sq m)

3,065.8

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.kudospharma.co.uk 50


Lab21 Address

184 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GA

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 395450

Fax

+44 (0)1223 395451

Website

www.lab21.com

Email

info@lab21.com

Directors

Graham Mullis – Chief Executive Officer Maddy Kennedy – Chief Financial Officer Berwyn Clarke – Chief Scientific Officer Nick Kerton – Non-executive Chairman Dr Tony Atkinson BSc, PhD, FioN, FIIBiol – Non-executive Director Professor Sir Christopher Evans OBE – Non-executive Director

Number of Staff on Park

25

Activity

Lab21 is a global provider of state-of-the-art diagnostic products and services, supporting healthcare and environmental markets. Established in 2005 with the vision of providing 21st century diagnostics the company’s main objective is to protect the health of people and the environment. We believe that ‘prevention is better than cure’ and we aim to provide information that helps to protect from the health problems of tomorrow.

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

10,000

Floor Area (sq m)

929.03

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.lab21.com 51


Meldex International PLC Address

15–17 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FQ

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 394250

Fax

+44 (0)1223 394251

Website

www.meldexinternational.com

Email

reception@meldexinternational.com

Directors

Richard Trevillion – Chief Executive Officer Hiral Patel – Chief Financial Officer Steve Martin – Chief Development Officer Peter Ibbetson – Non-executive Director Dr. Jim Murray – Non-executive Director Alan Clarke – Non-executive Director Stewart Adkins – Non-executive Director

Number of Staff on Park

11

Activity

Meldex International is a speciality pharmaceutical and healthcare product business that uses its XGEL™ polymer technologies to develop and enhance medicines and OTC products. Meldex International possesses an array of innovative enabling systems which are applied to enhance its own pharmaceutical and healthcare products and those of its partners. The company has product development agreements and strategic alliances with several global pharmaceutical companies including Barr Pliva and FMC BioPolymer Inc. Meldex is an international operation. It has sales and marketing infrastructure in the UK, Austria, Germany, France, Italy and the USA; distribution agreements covering Canada, South America, the CEE region, Asia, the Far East and other territories; product development in the UK and USA and a product portfolio of branded and generic pharmaceutical and healthcare products across the globe.

Moved in

2006

Floor Area (sq ft)

3,800

Floor Area (sq m)

353.03

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.meldexinternational.com 52


Mundipharma International Ltd Address

220 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GW

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 424211

Fax

+44 (0)1223 426626

Website

www.mundipharma.co.uk

Directors

Ake Wikström – Director Simon Bashforth – Managing Director

Number of Staff on Park

17

Activity

Mundipharma International identifies new business opportunities and undertakes the licensing of human pharmaceutical products on behalf of its associated companies, including Napp. The company also licenses out products which have been developed in-house. Mundipharma International Ltd is one of the Purdue/Mundipharma/Napp associated companies.

Moved in

1993

Floor Area (sq ft)

2,120

Floor Area (sq m)

196.95

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.mundipharma.co.uk 53


Napp Pharmaceutical Holdings Limited and Subsidiary Companies

Address

191 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GW

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 424444

Fax

+44 (0)1223 424441

Website

www.napp.co.uk

Email

enquiries@napp.co.uk

Directors

Christopher Mitchell – Chairman Ake Wikström – Director Valerie Goff – Production & Supply Chain Michael Healey – Personnel & Facilities Bryan Lea – Legal Michael Lynch – Finance Dr Ken Williamson – Sales & Marketing Dr Paul Schofield – Medical Anthony Mattessich – Managing Director Rachel Gooch – Director of Organisational Culture Sara Shiels – Director of Personnel Will Heath – Director of Business Strategy

Number of Staff on Park

800

Activity

Manufacturing, sales, marketing and distribution of ethical pharmaceuticals. The company specialises in potent analgesics for the control of severe pain, cardiovascular drugs, and drug delivery systems, and has achieved its growth mainly through its own research and development efforts, backed by sales and marketing expertise. Napp Pharmaceutical Holdings is one of the Purdue/Mundipharma/Napp associated companies.

Other Units Occupied

138 & 183

Moved in

1983

Floor Area (sq ft)

197,527

Floor Area (sq m)

18,370

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.napp.co.uk 54


Oakland Innovation & Information Services Ltd Address

18 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FH

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 507500

Fax

+44 (0)1223 507501

Website

www.oakland.co.uk

Email

info@oakland.co.uk

Directors

Michael Zeitlyn Jenny Brown

Number of Staff on Park

14

Activity

Oakland is a specialist agency providing customised technical and market intelligence services to an international base of leading companies and public sector organisations. Oakland works with clients in R&D, business development, marketing and strategic roles. The company helps to facilitate innovation and business development by providing intelligence drawn from external experts, universities, stakeholders, market influencers, commentators and customers. Each project undertaken is custom-made to suit the client’s specific needs and can be focused at either a strategic or a tactical level. The objectives are many and varied and include: • Understanding the needs of existing stakeholders and customers • Identifying and evaluating new product and market opportunities • Finding and assessing technologies with the potential to enhance existing products and processes or of delivering new ones • Locating partners, suppliers and M&A targets to accelerate innovation • Considering the business implications of emerging technologies and societal trends • Comparing a client’s performance in a set of activities with those of other enterprises

The company was established in 1989. Moved in

2000

Floor Area (sq ft)

2,600

Floor Area (sq m)

241.55

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.oakland.co.uk 55


OpenCloud Address

140 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GF

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 228490

Fax

+44 (0)1223 228491

Website

www.opencloud.com

Email

info@opencloud.com

Management

Jeff Gordon – Chairman & CEO David Ferry – CTO & Founder John Martyn – Chief Financial Officer David Page – Chief Scientist & Founder David Long – VP Engineering, Director & Founder Peter Barralet – GM Asia Pacific

Activity

OpenCloud, formed in 2000 is a privately funded company. It provides the telecommunications industry with a real-time Application Server for agile development, deployment and efficient management of person-to-person communications services across current and next generation network technology. Headquartered in Cambridge, United Kingdom, OpenCloud has offices in New Zealand, Spain, USA, Singapore and Japan. The company has received investment from its employees, shareholders and investors; No 8 Ventures, Advent Venture Partners and Motorola Inc. OpenCloud also offers specialized consulting, implementation, training and 24/7 support services for customers worldwide.

Moved in

2007

Floor Area (sq ft)

10,500

Floor Area (sq m)

975.47

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.opencloud.com 56


Owlstone Nanotech Address

127 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GD

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 422415

Fax

+44 (0)1223 422414

Website

www.owlstone.co.uk

Email

info@owlstone.co.uk

Directors

Billy Boyle Andrew Koehl David Ruiz Alonso

Number of Staff on Park

30

Activity

Miniature gas sensors and gas detection instruments.

Moved in

2008

Floor Area (sq ft)

10,509

Floor Area (sq m)

977.3

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.owlstone.co.uk 57


Pharmorphix Ltd Address

250 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WE

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 425105

Fax

+44 (0)1223 424930

Website

www.pharmorphix.com

Email

info@pharmorphix.com

Directors

Dr Dave Tapolczay – Chief Executive Officer Dr Alan Chorlton – Chief Scientific Officer Dr Craig Grant – Project Director

Number of Staff on Park

20

Activity

Pharmorphix Ltd was established in July 2003 to provide pharmaceutical science R&D services to the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. Pharmorphix’s services include: • Salt selection and polymorph screening • Physical property characterisation • Classical Resolution and Process Research Pharmorphix’s industry-leading approach to this essential but often neglected aspect of drug development will generate high-quality defendable data for its customers and ensure there are no downstream delays associated with the chosen drug solid form. Pharmorphix was formed in 2003 and is privately funded.

Other Units Occupied

252, 254, 256, 258

Moved in

2003

Floor Area (sq ft)

7,300

Floor Area (sq m)

678.19

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.pharmorphix.com 58


Philips Research Address

101 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FY

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 427500

Fax

+44 (0)1223 427550

Website

www.research.philips.com

Email

research.communication@philips.com

Directors

Dr Steve Battersby – Senior Director of Innovation Dr Benno Tieke – Director of Operations Ms Morag Jimenez McLeod – HR Manager 40

Number of Staff on Park Activity

Philips Research, part of Royal Philips Electronics, is one of the world’s largest corporate research organizations and has a rich history of producing successful innovations in the areas of healthcare, lifestyle and technology. Powered by the intellect and hard work of more than 1,800 talented individuals, we fuel value creation and growth in Philips by inventing new technologies that will improve people’s lives.

Moved in

2008

Floor Area (sq ft)

14,736

Floor Area (sq m)

1,369

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.research.philips.com 59


Phogen Ltd Address

155 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GN

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 424488

Fax

+44 (0)1223 426115

Website

www.phogen.com

Email Directors

business@phogen.co.uk

Number of Staff on Park

6

Activity

Phogen is a private biotechnology company, established in 1997 as a joint venture by Xenova Group plc (which acquired Cantab Pharmaceutical Research Ltd in April 2001) and Marie Curie Cancer Care, both of the UK, with the aim of developing and commercialising drug delivery and gene therapy based on the cellular trafficking properties of the protein VP22.

Dr Michael Moore – Chairman Dr Elizabeth Rollinson – Managing and Commercial Director Ms Claire Newton – Director

Phogen has scientists based at the Marie Curie Research Institute at Oxted in Surrey and business offices on the Cambridge Science Park. The proprietary technology, VP22, is a novel drug delivery system that overcomes the limitation of intracellular delivery to introduce molecules into cells and cell nuclei. Phogen intends to use this technology to develop therapeutic products in-house and through corporate collaborations, such as the $21m licence agreement with Genencor in 2001 for certain DNA vaccine targets. In addition, Phogen will out-license VP22 technology in specific areas; for example, the rights to develop and sell kits to the research reagent market have been licensed to Invitrogen. Phogen’s strategy for exploitation of VP22 is to develop high-value products for treatment and prevention of human diseases. Clinical targets include cancer, cardiovascular and neurological disorders and infectious diseases. Specific product candidates will be created by in-licensing therapeutic cargoes and by alliances with academia. Phogen was founded in 1997. Moved in

1997

Floor Area (sq ft)

1,600

Floor Area (sq m)

148.64

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.phogen.com 60


Plastic Logic Ltd Address

31–35 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FX

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 706000

Fax

+44 (0)1223 706006

Website

www.plasticlogic.com

Email

info@plasticlogic.com

Directors

Mr Stuart M Evans – Chief Executive Officer Professor Richard Friend FRS – Chief Scientist Dr Henning Sirringhaus – Technical Director Dr Hermann Hauser – Non-executive Director Mr Duncan Stewart – Non-executive Director Dr Simon Waddington – Non-executive Director Mr Simon Segars – Non-executive Director

Number of Staff on Park

9

Activity

Plastic Logic was formed to exploit exciting new technology for printing electronics. Potential applications include flat panel display backplanes, low-cost identification tags, smart cards and disposable electronics. Founded in 2000, Plastic Logic is a venture capital-backed spin-out from Cambridge University’s Cavendish Laboratory. Investors include Amadeus Capital Partners, Polytechnos, Cambridge Research and Innovation Limited, Dow Venture Capital, the University of Cambridge, and CEO Stuart Evans.

Other Units Occupied

296

Moved in

2001

Floor Area (sq ft)

18,325

Floor Area (sq m)

1,704.2

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.plasticlogic.com 61


Polatis Ltd Address

332 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0BZ

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 424200

Fax

+44 (0)1223 472015

Website

www.polatis.com

Email

info@polatis.com

Directors

David Lewis – Chief Executive Officer Dr Andrew Dames – Executive Vice President of Research Nick Parsons – Vice President of Engineering Robin Poole – Chief Financial Officer Aaron Bent – Vice President of Marketing & Sales Kamyar Ghandi – Vice President of Research Jon Pebody – Vice President of Operations

Number of Staff on Park

45

Activity

Polatis, based on the Cambridge Science Park, continues research into optical switching technologies. It has established a new performance benchmark for optical switches, based on patented DirectLight technology. This is being applied to create a non-blocking Direct Beam Steering (DBS) architecture, which points input and output fibres at each other, providing ultra low loss connections. Alongside its flagship 16x16 single mode switch, Polatis is developing a range of products including 32x32 single mode, 16x16 multimode, instrumentation switches with monitored attenuation control, customer reconfigurable versions and small card-based switches. Polatis Ltd and Continuum Photonics merged in 2005 to form Polatis Inc. The company now has facilities in both Cambridge, UK and Boston, Massachusetts, US.

Moved in

2000

Floor Area (sq ft)

9,100

Floor Area (sq m)

845.42

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.polatis.com 62


Precedence Technologies Ltd Address

120 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FZ

Telephone

+44 (0)845 644 6800

Fax

+44 (0)845 644 6899

Website

www.precedence.co.uk

Email

enquiries@precedence.co.uk

Directors

Dr Stephen Borrill – Director and Systems Architect

Number of Staff on Park

5

Activity

Precedence Technologies Ltd specialises in Internet security servers and thin-client computing using open-source software where possible. We develop and distribute our own range of thinclient computers throughout the UK and further afield. These are partnered by our innovative Internet server product, the NetManager, plus a full range of service and support offerings. In addition, we offer Internet consultancy services such as domain registration, hosting, eCommerce, content management and bespoke software development.

Moved in

2006

Floor Area (sq ft)

400

Floor Area (sq m)

37.16

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.precedence.co.uk 63


ProMetic Biosciences Ltd Address

211 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0ZA

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 420300

Fax

+44 (0)1223 420270

Website

www.prometic.com

Email

enquiries@prometic.co.uk

Directors

Dr Steven J Burton – Chief Executive Officer Mr Bruce Pritchard – Chief Financial Officer Dr Baldev S Baines – Technical Director Research & Development Dr Mehryar Behizad – Head of Quality & Regulatory Affairs

Management Number of Staff on Park

25

Activity

ProMetic Biosciences develops, manufactures and sells innovative products and technology used in the development and manufacture of therapeutics, the elimination of pathogens, proteomics and large-scale purification of biopharmaceuticals. ProMetic Biosciences has activities in the area of affinity ligand discovery, combinational chemistry, adsorbent manufacture, particle technology, biopharmaceutical purification and manufacture, proteomics, medical device components and bio-contaminant removal. ProMetic Biosciences enjoys a broad portfolio of collaborative agreements with leading pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies, including a strategic collaboration with the American Red Cross.

Moved in

1999

Floor Area (sq ft)

9,500

Floor Area (sq m)

882.57

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.prometic.com 64


QUALCOMM Cambridge Ltd Address

335 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WN

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 478900

Fax

+44 (0)1223 478901

Website

www.qualcomm.com

Directors

Mr John Scott – Director, Project Management Mr Steve Hunt – Director, Engineering

Number of Staff on Park

55

Activity

QUALCOMM Incorporated (www.qualcomm.com) is a leader in developing and delivering innovative digital wireless communications products and services based on the company’s CDMA digital technology. Headquartered in San Diego, California, QUALCOMM is included in the S&P 500 Index and is a 2003 FORTUNE 500® company traded on The NASDAQ Stock Market® under the ticker symbol QCOM.

Moved in

2006

Floor Area (sq ft)

14,500

Floor Area (sq m)

1,347.09

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.qualcomm.com 65


revolution@2wenty4 Address

24 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FN

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 395675

Fax

+44 (0)1223 395827

Website

www.thetrinitycentre.com/gym.asp

Email

revolution24@thetrinitycentre.com

Management

Mark Freeman – Club Manager

Number of Staff on Park

4

Activity

The club offers a fully equipped gym with audio visual entertainment, studio classes, spa, sauna, steam room, squash courts, beauty therapy and personal training. The club also accommodates a qualified osteopath with the aim of providing the working community of Cambridge Science Park with effective, convenient, complementary healthcare. Set in a tranquil location overlooking a lake, it offers everyone the ultimate workout and relaxation experience for an extremely competitive price.

Moved in

2000

Floor Area (sq ft)

6,100

Floor Area (sq m)

566.7

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.thetrinitycentre.com/gym.asp 66


Royal Society of Chemistry Address

290 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WF

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 420066

Fax

+44 (0)1223 423623

Website

www.rsc.org

Email

rsc@rsc.org

Directors

M R Graves – Finance Director Dr Robert J Parker – Managing Director, RSC Publishing P Mason – Human Resources Director D R James – Director, Publishing Production P G Abrahams – Director, Customer Services

Number of Staff on Park

220

Activity

Information storage, retrieval and dissemination in the field of chemistry and allied disciplines, using modern technology as appropriate. Publishing printed and electronic learned journals (primary, secondary and tertiary), magazines and books. Research and development work on the handling of scientific (especially chemical) information by computerised methods. Provision of services to Society Members. The Royal Society of Chemistry came into existence in 1980 and operates under a Royal Charter. It was formed by unification of The Chemical Society (founded 1841), The Royal Institute of Chemistry (founded 1877), The Faraday Society (founded 1903) and The Society for Analytical Chemistry (founded 1874). It is a Learned and Professional Society with a worldwide membership of 43,000. The Society’s headquarters are in Burlington House, London W1, where it maintains a major chemical library.

Moved in

1988

Floor Area (sq ft)

63,400

Floor Area (sq m)

5,890.05

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.rsc.org 67


Serentis Ltd Address

23 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0EY

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 437052

Fax

+44 (0)1223 432501

Website

www.serentis-pharma.com

Email

timsharpington@serentis-pharma.com

Activity

Serentis is an emerging biopharmaceutical company which discovers, develops and commercialises proprietary medicinal products. Serentis has development expertise which adds value to products which are in-licensed or innovated through our in-house, low-risk, virtual discovery capability.

Moved in

2007

Floor Area (sq ft)

2,545

Floor Area (sq m)

236.7

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.serentis-pharma.com 68


Smart Holograms Address

291 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WF

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 393400

Fax

+44 (0)1223 393401

Website

www.smartholograms.com

Email

info@smartholograms.com

Directors

John Pritchard – Chief Executive Officer Ted Wlazlowski – Managing Director

Activity

Smart was founded in 2002 by Professor Chris Lowe of Cambridge University to exploit an exciting new technology that enables the development of a new generation of sensors for use in the life sciences industry. The technology comprises novel interactive holograms (“sensor holograms”) that can be engineered to change colour, image, brightness or position in response to a wide range of biological, chemical and physical stimuli.

Other Units Occupied

292

Moved in

2004

Floor Area (sq ft)

5,000

Floor Area (sq m)

464.52

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.smartholograms.com 69


Takeda Cambridge Ltd Address

418 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0PA

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 477910

Fax

+44 (0)1223 477911

Website

www.takedacam.com

Email

info@takedacam.com

Directors

Dr Mark Carlton – President and Chief Scientific Officer Dr Barry Kenny – Senior Vice President, Drug Discovery

Number of Staff on Park Activity

70

Moved in

2007

Floor Area (sq ft)

36,867

Floor Area (sq m)

3,428.6

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

Takeda Cambridge is a drug discovery company specialising in identifying and validating novel drug targets derived from the human genome, alongside well-established literature targets. Worldwide, Takeda develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of superior pharmaceutical products to strive toward better health for individuals and progress in medicine.

www.takedacam.com 70


Thar Instruments, Inc. Address

14 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FQ

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 420895

Website

www.thartech.com

Activity

Thar Instruments is a world market leader in small and large scale chromatography instrumentation, and is rapidly expanding its presence globally in the field of drug discovery and development. We provide solutions to research scientists in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, biotechnology, and chemical industries. Our laboratory instruments enable scientists to reduce the time required to discover and develop new chemical compounds, allowing them to bring new products to market faster.

Moved in

2008

Floor Area (sq ft)

1,282.5

Floor Area (sq m)

119.3

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.thartech.com 71


The Trinity Centre Address

24 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0FN

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 395800

Fax

+44 (0)1223 395827

Website

www.thetrinitycentre.com

Email

bookings@thetrinitycentre.com

Management

Simon Stringer – Centre Manager Miss Anna-Marie Sylvester – Conference Manager

Number of Staff on Park

15

Activity

The Trinity Centre is the central facilities building at the Cambridge Science Park, providing seminar and conference rooms in addition to a restaurant, bar, leisure facilities and a Costa Coffee bar.

Moved in

1999

Floor Area (sq ft)

17,250

Floor Area (sq m)

1,602.56

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

Yes

www.thetrinitycentre.com 72


Toshiba Research Europe Ltd Address

208 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0GZ

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 436900

Fax

+44 (0)1223 436909

Website

www.toshiba-europe.com/research/

Directors

Dr Ichiro Tai – Chairman, Japan Professor Roberto Cipolla – Managing Director Dr Yutaka Sata – Deputy Managing Director Professor Joseph McGeehan – Managing Director (Bristol) Dr Mutsumu Serizawa – Deputy Managing Director (Bristol) Mr Makoto Azuma – Japan Mr Takahiro Ishii – London

Number of Staff on Park

80

Activity

The Cambridge Research Laboratory (CRL) was Toshiba’s first overseas corporate R&D laboratory. Established in 1991, CRL is a world leading industrial research centre dedicated to fostering innovation through basic and applied research in physics, engineering and computer science. CRL’s mission is to create core technology that can be translated into future products. CRL recruits the most talented researchers and allows them to work in a well-resourced, multi-cultural and academic environment to promote independent thought and creativity. The research carried out in Cambridge includes quantum information processing, speech recognition and text-to-speech synthesis and computer vision technology. Hardware, with associated studies of physics and materials science, and software development are both performed. CRL has achieved a number of significant world-first developments and the results of its research are already finding their way into new Toshiba products. TeraView Ltd was spun-out from CRL in 2001 with terahertz technology developed at CRL. The laboratory collaborates openly with leading universities and small companies in Europe. CRL has forged a very close relationship with leading academics and young researchers at the University of Cambridge and has funded many research students and projects. Toshiba Research Europe Ltd., CRL, is a subsidiary of the Toshiba Corporation, Japan.

Moved in

1991

Floor Area (sq ft)

19,485

Floor Area (sq m)

1,812.1

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.toshiba-europe.com/research/ 73


Vectura Delivery Devices Ltd Address

21 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0TP

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 422900

Fax

+44 (0)1223 422901

Website

www.vectura.com

Directors

Chris Blackwell – Chief Executive Officer Anne Hyland – Chief Financial Officer Stephen Eason – Director of Device Development

Number of Staff on Park

20

Activity

Vectura is an emerging pharmaceutical company developing a range of inhaled drugs for the treatment of lung diseases and conditions where delivery via the lungs can provide significant benefits. Vectura also actively licenses out its inhalation device and formulation technologies for product applications of other pharmaceutical companies and can provide pharmaceutical development support to its licensing partners and other long-term collaborators.

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

5,000

Floor Area (sq m)

464.52

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.vectura.com 74


Velocix Address

326 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 395915

Website

www.velocix.com

Activity

Velocix is a technology development company that provides a suite of complementary products that deliver traffic management and network intelligence solutions primarily to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and telecommunications sectors. Velocix’s core product suite provides a carrier grade solution that enables ISPs to make significant cost savings through the intelligent management of peer-to-peer traffic across their networks.

Other Units Occupied

325

Moved in

2005

Floor Area (sq ft)

5,800

Floor Area (sq m)

538.84

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.velocix.com 75


WorldPay Ltd Address

270 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WE

Telephone

+44 (0)870 366 1233

Fax

+44 (0)870 366 1275

Website

www.worldpay.com

Email

reception@worldpay.com

Directors

Mr Ron Kalifa – Divisional Managing Director Rob Jamieson – Head of Business Development

Number of Staff on Park

270

Activity

WorldPay is a global provider of secure, multi-currency Internet card payment systems and eCommerce solutions. It is part of Retailer Card Services, a division of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group. Founded in 1993.

Moved in

2001

Floor Area (sq ft)

39,000

Floor Area (sq m)

3,623.19

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.worldpay.com 76


Xaar plc Address

316 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0XR

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 423663

Fax

+44 (0)1223 423590

Website

www.xaar.co.uk

Email

info@xaar.co.uk

Directors

Mr Ian Dinwoodie – Chief Executive Officer Phil Lawler – Non-executive Chairman Phil Eaves – Director J Scott – Non-executive Director Andrew Taylor – Finance Director

Management

Tim Bick – HR

Number of Staff on Park

120

Activity

Development and exploitation of high-resolution, low cost printing technology based on ink jet.

Moved in

1990

Floor Area (sq ft)

22,000

Floor Area (sq m)

2,043.85

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.xaar.co.uk 77


Xenova Biomanufacturing Address

310 Cambridge Science Park, Cambridge CB4 0WG

Telephone

+44 (0)1223 423413

Fax

+44 (0)1223 423458

Website

www.xenovabio.com

Email

info@xenovabio.com

Directors

Liz Rollinson – Commercial Director Jim Mills – Leader Upstream Process and Technical Business Development

Number of Staff on Park

40

Activity

Xenova Biomanufacturing is a contract biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing company. Development facilities are located at unit 310. Contract process and assay development is undertaken in these facilities with capability in mammalian, insect and microbial cell culture alongside purification and formulation development. Analytical development for biological product testing. Tech transfer and project management are key competencies within the organisation. The small-scale manufacturing facility located at unit 155 currently has 50L bioreactor capacity, sufficient for early stage clinical manufacture, and is also capable of low volume commercial manufacture. Vaccines, therapeutic proteins, and conjugate proteins have been developed and manufactured within the organisation.

Other Units Occupied

150 – 155

Moved in

1990

Floor Area (sq ft)

18,000

Floor Area (sq m)

1,672.25

Whole Company at Cambridge Science Park?

No

www.xenovabio.com 78


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Cambridge Science Park Innovation Centre AKN Labs

Cambridge Global Innovations

Tel: +44 (0)1223 437060 www.aknlabs.com Email: info@aknlabs.com

Tel: +44 (0)1223 437040 www.cambridgeglobalinnovations.com Email: david@cambridgeglobalinnovations.com

AKN Labs is a software company which designs and develops advanced web applications and low-cost websites. We research, innovate and develop new software, products and technologies. In addition to our core research and innovation work, we help businesses maximise their revenue by offering internet-based solutions.

Cambridge Global Innovations specialises in applying innovative new technology to mass-market consumer products. Founder David Gooch is a professional inventor whose products have generated revenues in excess of USD500 million for clients such as Johnson & Johnson, Hasbro and Tomy.

Andrew Bryce & Co Tel: +44 (0)1223 420031 Email: bryce@ehslaw.co.uk

Cambridge Temperature Concepts

Andrew Bryce is an environmental and health and safety lawyer, previously a partner in a major City law firm, running a sole practice, who deals with a range of regulatory work for the waste and industrial sectors including WEEE, ROHS, REACH and Packaging issues.

Auriplex Tel: +44 (0)1223 437009 www.auriplex.com

CTC have developed and are testing a new device for ovulation detection in couples considering in-vitro fertilisation. The innovative continuous temperature monitoring technology underlying this has applications ranging from conception and contraception to general hospital medical temperature measurement. Our patent-pending device will be sold as either an adhesive plaster or a tiny implant and be capable of measuring temperature every 5–10 minutes, storing this data onboard and then providing it wirelessly to a handheld reader whenever is convenient. Measuring temperature continuously will eliminate the inconvenience and inaccuracy that couples currently face in detecting ovulation to assist natural conception.

Auriplex is a technology company which designs, produces and markets wireless communication systems.

Celldex Therapeutics Ltd

He has particular expertise in dealing with the Environment Agency, HSE and other regulatory authorities and managing related strategic issues for companies.

Blue Tree Systems Tel: +44 (0)1223 437027 www.bluetreesystems.com Email: info@bluetree.ie Blue Tree Systems is the leader in delivering low-cost, full-featured information systems to the transportation industry. We unite our R:COM wireless LAN technology with detailed data management services and innovative customer applications, allowing you to seamlessly connect your on-board vehicle data systems with your office computer network.

www.temperatureconcepts.com Email: info@TemperatureConcepts.com

Tel: +44 (0)1223 702500 www.celldextherapeutics.com Email: mail.uk@celldextherapeutics.com Celldex is a biotechnology company focused on the discovery, development and commercialisation of novel immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer, infectious diseases, and immune system disorders.

ChiBio Informatics Limited Tel: +44 (0)1223 437126 www.chibio.com Email: info@chibio.com ChiBio Informatics Limited provides Bioinformatics services, Drug Discovery Research and Development project services, and Consulting services to the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. We seek out new opportunities for developing with a mix of partners, including technology specialists and venture backers for translational medicine.

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Cluster Resources Ltd

Enval Ltd

Tel: +44 (0)1223 437134 www.clusterresources.com Email: info@clusterresources.com

www.enval.com   Enval is a recently formed company, dedicated to develop and commercialise recycling processes to recover valuable materials and prevent waste from being landfilled. Enval also has a substantial amount of expertise in the area of pyrolytic recycling. We can advise and provide support to companies wishing to enter the pyrolysis world or needing to develop recycling solutions to specific problems.

Cluster Resources, Inc.™ is a leading provider of workload and resource management software and services for cluster, grid and utility-based computing environments. As the developers of the popular Maui Scheduler and the next-generation Moab Cluster Suite®, Moab Grid Suite®, and other associated products, Cluster Resources has come to be recognised as a leader in innovation and return on investment. With well over 2,500 clients worldwide, and drawing upon over a decade of industry experience, Cluster Resources delivers the software products and services that enable an organisation to understand, control, and fully optimise their computer resources.

Design Portfolio Marketing Services Tel: +44 (0)1223 437114 www.design–portfolio.co.uk Design Portfolio Marketing Services is one of the UK’s leading investor communications consultancies specialising in the design and production of annual reports for stock exchange quoted companies. Whether you are new to the market or are seeking a fresh approach, we will provide you with a solution that works. We work with over 100 listed companies annually, handling all elements of the process internally to ensure complete client satisfaction. We work with all our annual report clients on a fixed price basis, delivering a quality product on time and always on budget. With a proven track record in this field and a thorough understanding of the process, our creative team will produce a tailor–made solution to suit your budget.

Enecsys

Tel: +44 (0)1223 437047 www.enecsys.com Email: info@enecsys.com Enecsys has developed proprietary power electronic control and integrated circuit technology to allow for the next generation of power conditioning units for grid-connected renewable energy applications, initially focused on solar energy solutions.

Futureneering Ltd Tel: +44 (0)1223 437031 www.futureneering.com Email: info@futureneering.com Futureneering is an advisory business assisting emerging technology ventures with strategy and commercialisation, particularly those generating innovative solutions for a healthy and sustainable future in the fields of Bioscience and Environmental Sustainability. Futureneering Ltd is run by an experienced management team with many years of advising technology-oriented businesses. We specialise in cross-disciplinary developments at the intersection of Life Science, IT and Engineering.

Genapta Ltd www.genapta.com Genapta Ltd is a spin-out from the Department of Physics at the University of Cambridge and supplies high-performance optical platforms for pharmaceutical screening, DNA sequencing and genomic testing.

Hypertag Tel: +44 (0)845 055 7984 www.hypertag.com Email: contact@hypertag.com Hypertag was founded in August 2001 and is a pioneer and leading provider of proximity services. Their services have enabled consumers around the world to download location-relevant information and content direct to their mobile phone or PDA. A Hypertag is a small electronic device which can be attached to a poster or display. The company’s vision is that every physical object will have a Hypertag providing instant access to relevant information in a trustworthy and reliable way.

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Cambridge Science Park Innovation Centre Hypoxium Ltd

OptiSynx Ltd

Tel: +44 (0)1223 437037 www.hypoxium.com Email: info@hypoxium.com

Tel: +44 (0)1223 437023 www.optisynx.com

Hypoxium Ltd is a contract research organization specializing in cell biology within the oncology therapeutic area. Using our expertise in drug discovery and oncology translational research, we assist biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies to rapidly and successfully progress their lead compounds.

NanoCentral Tel: +44 (0)1223 437067 NanoCentral launched in November 2006 as part of the MNT Facilities Program (www.nanocentral.eu). Working with companies such as Johnson Matthey, QinetiQ and ICI, NanoCentral provides leading-edge technologies relevant to the development of nanomaterials-based products. These technologies, spanning nanomaterial synthesis, functionalisation, application development, characterisation and SHE are available to UK research companies on an open-access basis. The provision of these facilities will lower entry barriers and risk for UK companies to evaluate market opportunities offered by nanomaterials.

NHS East Of England Health Innovation Centre Tel: +44 (0)1223 424143 www.cambridgehealthinnovationcentre.nhs.uk Email: healthinnovationcentre@eoe.nhs.uk The Health Innovation Centre has been established to improve patient care by focusing on the use of information technology to support the transformation of healthcare processes. The Health Innovation Centre has three key objectives: • • •

To test new software solutions prior to implementation To simulate new processes using future scenarios in a test bed environment To encourage innovation, research and development

The Health Innovation Centre has a commitment to achieving improved patient experience of the healthcare sector. Innovation, education and challenge are all essential elements of creating patient-centred care with rapid access to high-quality patient information, state-of-the-art technology and responsive clinical decision-making tools throughout the patient journey whether in primary care, secondary care or partner agencies.

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With technologies as diverse as mobile phones, wireless internet, in-car sat-nav and computer systems for stock exchanges all requiring increasingly accurate time sources, OptiSynx offers the only alternative to the caesium atomic clock or the rubidium+GPS clock. The former is too expensive to be commercial, the latter takes the control of the most fundamental component of a network out of the hands of its operator. OptiSynx has no such problems. Its advantages include being lower initial cost together with much lower cost of ownership, long lifetime, solid-state, small, low-power, robust, auditable.

Oxygen Healthcare Ltd

Tel: +44 (0)1223 437013 www.oxygenhealthcare.com Email: info@oxygenhealthcare.com We have set up a world-class chemistry laboratory in India with its head office in Cambridge Science Park, UK. We have now built up our team to 35 people (approx. 40% of scientific staff are PhD qualified). Our Indian base allows us to provide incredible value compared to other players in the West. Our vision is to be the best-performing chemistry company in the world, and therefore you can expect that we have set ourselves the highest standards of performance in terms of quality of work, project facilitation and delivery timelines (we run a 24-hour laboratory for six days a week). The types of projects that we undertake are synthetic and medicinal chemistry, natural product extraction, route development and focused library generation. We currently have clients in the UK, Sweden, Belgium and USA.

Prime Meridian Communications Ltd

Tel: +44 (0)1223 437024 Email: info@pm-communications.co.uk Prime Meridian Communications is a young and enthusiastic translation company providing translation and language services covering a broad range of subjects. We mainly deal with Scandinavian languages, but also work with European language partners to provide alternative language combinations if required. We specialise in technical and IT translations but also have experience of translating marketing material, press releases, medical texts and travel brochures, amongst other subjects.


Roundpoint Ltd Tel: +44 (0)1223 437070 www.roundpoint.com Email: info@roundpoint.com

talentburst Tel: +44 (0)1223 437050 www.talentburst.co.uk Email: info@talentburst.co.uk

Roundpoint specialises in mobile internet solutions. Originally a spin out of Cambridge Consultants the company has been operating for 10 years. Roundpoint offers mobile publishing services, mobile marketing and bespoke mobile/web applications. Please telephone 01223 437070 to find out how Roundpoint can make mobile work for you.

talentburst is an innovative company which helps growing companies to recruit talented students and graduates on flexible placements. Since launching, talentburst has received hundreds of CVs from top university students and graduates. Candidates range from undergraduates to MBAs studying a broad range of subjects with varying levels of experience.

Sentinel Oncology Ltd

Treague Ltd www.treague.com Email: info@treague.com

+44 (0)1223 437123 www.sentineloncology.com Email: info@sentineloncology.com Sentinel Oncology is a drug discovery company developing a pipeline of small molecules that are designed to selectively target specific features inherent in human tumours.

Treague Ltd is a start up company based in Cambridge, UK aspiring to develop better medicines for neglected diseases.

We have no laboratory premises on the Science Park. Instead we outsource our R&D from our offices and manage the drug discovery process efficiently.

Susan Hamilton Group Tel: +44 (0)1223 281070 www.susanhamilton.co.uk Email: cambridge@susanhamilton.co.uk Susan Hamilton Group provides high quality recruitment solutions helping clients to meet both temporary and permanent requirements across a range of sectors including scientific, technical and commercial. With operations already in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Greater London, the opening of a new office at Cambridge Science Park allows the Susan Hamilton Group to bring its expertise and understanding of the recruitment market to the Eastern region.

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Cambridge Network

The Babraham Institute

The Cambridge Network is a self-funding membership organisation set up to promote the region as a centre of high-technology excellence. It has created and facilitates a community of influencers across business, academia and finance who share this vision.

The Babraham Institute is an independent charitable life sciences institute, sponsored by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, carrying out world-leading innovative research and advanced training with relevance to the biomedical and healthcare research and user communities. The Institute specialises in postgenomic biology, especially cell signalling systems, developmental biology, neurobiology and molecular immunology. The staff will welcome enquiries about their work and proposals for new partnerships.

Founded in 1998 by 3i, Amadeus Capital Partners, Analysys, Deloitte, N W Brown Group and the University of Cambridge, it further aims to link this community internally across traditional boundaries of discipline, market and mission as well as linking the Cambridge Phenomenon cluster externally with the most appropriate partners around the world. The Chairman is Professor Alison Richard, ViceChancellor of the University of Cambridge, and the CEO is Dr Peter Hewkin. The Network brings together players from life sciences, information technology, communications, materials, professional services, finance and academia. Its 1,300+ membership includes individuals, companies and groups, from start-ups to multimillion-pound organisations. Members, who pay an annual subscription based on company size, benefit from involvement in networking meetings and lectures, and special interest groups (for Intellectual Property, IT Infrastructure, Financial Directors, Healthcare, USA and China). They also have the opportunity to post company profiles, recruitment advertisements and press releases on the Network website as well as to participate in our survey of local salaries, rents and recruitment trends. Each September the Cambridge Network organises the Cambridge Corporate Gateway - a joint venture with the University of Cambridge - which invites the best companies in the world to visit Cambridge and meet potential partners. Involvement in Network activities is free for all staff of Member organisations. Tel: +44 (0)1223 422362 www.cambridgenetwork.co.uk

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Through its trading company, Babraham Bioscience Technologies Limited (BBTL), the Institute also runs a BioIncubator Unit providing full business, scientific and technical mentoring to help biotechnology start–up companies be successful. Tel: +44 (0)1223 496207 www.babraham.ac.uk


ERBI (Eastern Region Biotechnology Initiative)

University of Cambridge Programme for Industry

ERBI was established in 1997 with a grant for three years from the DTI. As a networking organisation for Cambridge and the East of England, our original goal was to provide a platform for biotechnology and related companies to meet and interact through attending regular meetings and an annual conference.

The Cambridge Programme for Industry (CPI) provides executive learning programmes and learning services internationally. Our expertise lies in understanding how people learn and in the development of learning processes that can help restructure systems and influence attitudes in ways that will move society towards sustainability. We work closely with academic and other partners, and our work is underpinned by practical applications of research. Our programmes draw on world-class contributors from academic, policy and practitioner circles, and active alumni networks provide a vehicle for ongoing debate and activity.

In 2000, ERBI became a self-financing, membership-based company. With a Board and Steering Group made up of representatives from all walks of the bio-community and over 290 subscribing members, ERBI is currently Europe’s leading regional bio industry group. Since 2000, ERBI has gone from strength to strength. Our range of activities has broadened to cover many aspects of facilitating and accelerating the growth of biotech in Cambridge and the East of England. We run a range of special interest groups for our full members including purchasing, human resources, finance, security, business development and corporate governance. We publish a bi-annual survey of trends in the regional biotech industry and provide consultancy to national and international government departments. Our annual conference now attracts in the order of 450 delegates, and our evening networking meetings are attended by over 100 registrants.

CPI is a non-profit, self-financing organisation within the University. Our work supports the mission of the University of Cambridge, which is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence.

Tel: +44 (0)1223 342100 www.cpi.cam.ac.uk

In April 2002, we assumed responsibility for promoting the region as a location for biotech companies when Invest East of England, in partnership with EEDA, sub-contracted delivery of the region’s inward investment strategy for biotechnology to ERBI. At that stage, we also increased our focus on facilitating partnering and collaboration. To this end, we host high-profile delegations from overseas seeking partners in the region; we attend the major bio conferences such as Bio in the States, Bio Vision/Bio Square in Europe and Bio Japan; and we run partnering days in the region for major pharma and the larger biotechs. We are also regularly invited to make presentations about the region at international meetings and we have well-established relationships with bio industry groups overseas such as MassBio (Boston) in the US and Bio M (Munich) in Europe. Tel: +44 (0)1223 421974 www.erbi.co.uk

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BBSRC (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council) The BBSRC is the leading funding agency for academic research and training in biosciences at universities and institutes throughout the UK. BBSRC receives most of its money through the Government’s Office of Science and Technology. It is one of seven research councils in the UK. The research that BBSRC funds aims to improve the understanding of living organism and biological systems in seven major areas: agri-food; animal sciences; biochemistry and cell biology; biomolecular sciences; engineering and biological systems; genes and developmental biology; plant and microbial sciences. Research funded by BBSRC furthers the understanding of processes at the level of molecules and cells, as well as improving the knowledge of how whole organisms work, and how they interact with each other in populations and ecological systems. BBSRC supports over 5,000 researchers and research students at universities throughout the UK, and at the eight BBSRC-sponsored institutes: Babraham Institute, Institute for Animal Health, Institute of Food Research, Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, John Innes Centre, Roslin Institute, Rothamsted Research, Silsoe Research Institute. BBSRC-funded research underpins developments in the agricultural, bioprocessing, chemical, food, healthcare and pharmaceutical sectors. BBSRC’s activities to foster innovation and promote the exchange of ideas between the science base and industry include: supporting industrially relevant training; encouraging entrepreneurial skills in the science base; providing expertise on managing intellectual property issues; facilitating new business ventures from BBSRC-funded research; promoting academic/industrial research collaborations. Tel: +44 (0)1793 413200 www.bbsrc.ac.uk

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Research Services Division The Research Services Division (RSD) helps companies of all sizes, from regional start-ups to multinationals, identify the most appropriate way to work with the University of Cambridge, in order to build enduring and sustainable relationships for commercial competitive advantage. We provide an informed entry point into the University for companies, and can help potential partners define their interests, find the appropriate academic expertise, and identify opportunities for collaboration. We support the development of relationships between academics and industry, whether these are major multi-faceted collaborations with global companies or simply finding experts for specific one-off projects. RSD can identify opportunities for collaboration between business and academics and negotiate research contracts in exciting interdisciplinary areas, such as computational biology, nanoscience, energy and the environment. We work closely with University Departments that offer licences for intellectual property, graduate recruitment and executive education. We also coordinate the Corporate Liaison Programme, which enables companies to work with the University of Cambridge. www.rsd.cam.ac.uk


Cambridge Enterprise Cambridge Enterprise brings the University’s existing commercialisation activities, previously performed by the Technology Transfer Office, the University Challenge Fund and the Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre, together in one new organisation, to enhance the University of Cambridge’s contribution to society through knowledge transfer from the University to the community. Cambridge Enterprise encourages and supports the commercialisation of knowledge from all parts of the University. Services provided to academics include the identification, protection and licensing of Intellectual Property; support, advice and mentoring in the creation of new companies; provision of seed funds and links to organisations providing further funding; costing, contract negotiation, invoicing, insurance and VAT support for staff who provide consultancy services to external organisations; and links to industry through showcasing and networking events. www.enterprise.cam.ac.uk

The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning The Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL) at the Judge Institute of Management was launched on 1 September 2003. Its mission is to “Spread the Spirit of Enterprise” by providing educational activities to inspire and build skills in the practice of entrepreneurship. It is the Teaching and Training function of the University of Cambridge Entrepreneurship Centre (CEC). The CEC was formed in 1999. The CfEL aims to develop a portfolio of courses that inspire, and enable the start-up and growth of ventures; to respond to the needs of students, Departments and Colleges within the University of Cambridge; to share best practice with the wider community through networks and collaboration; to build a great team of teachers and deliver excellence. One of CfEL’s core values is to involve new and seasoned entrepreneurs in the delivery of all programmes, as they have the credibility to teach entrepreneurship through sharing their own experiences and inspiring future entrepreneurs. www.entrepreneurs.jbs.cam.ac.uk

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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES All codes begin +44 (0)1223 unless otherwise stated Dept

Address

Academic Division

(University Offices) Trinity Lane

Phone No.

Accommodation Service

18 Silver Street

ADC Theatre

Park Street

359547 / Box Office: 503333

Advanced Religious and Theological Studies,

West Road

763017

332261 353518 / 338099

Centre for Aerial Photography, Committee for

Sir William Hardy Building

334578

African Studies, Centre of

Free School Lane

334396

Alumni Office

1 Quayside

American Friends of Cambridge University

309 West 49th Street, New York

Anaesthesia, Division of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

217889

Anatomy, Department of

Downing Street

333750

Anglian Postgraduate Medical and

Ida Darwin Site, Fulbourn

884848

Anglo–Saxon, Norse and Celtic, Department of

27 Trumpington Street

765784

Applied Economics, Department of

Sidgwick Avenue

335200

Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics,

Wilberforce Road

765000

332288 +1 212 984 0960

Dental Education

Department of Applied Medical Statistics, Centre for

Robinson Way

330308

Applied Research in Educational Technologies,

16 Mill Lane

765040

Centre for (CARET)

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Archaeology, Department of

Downing Street

333529

Archaeology and Anthropology, Faculty of

Downing Street

333500

Architecture, Department of

Trumpington Street

332950

Architecture and History of Art, Faculty of

Trumpington Street

Arts and Humanities, School of

22 Trumpington Street

Astronomy, Institute of

Madingley Road

337548

Autism Research Centre

18b Trumpington Road

746057

Babraham Institute

Babraham Hall, Babraham

496000

Betty and Gordon Moore Library

Wilberforce Road

765670

Biochemistry, Department of

Downing Site

333600

Bioinformatics Services

80 Tennis Court Road

333644

Biological Anthropology, Department of

Downing Street

335454

Biological Sciences, School of the

Silver Street

766894

Biostatistics Unit, Medical Research Council

Robinson Way

330300

Biotechnology, Institute of

Tennis Court Road

334160

Board of Examinations

10 Peas Hill

332315

Board of Graduate Studies

4 Mill Lane

760606

Bone Research, Division of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

330104

Botanic Garden

Bateman Street

336265

BP Institute for Multiphase Flow

Madingley Road

765700

Brain Mapping Unit

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336582

Brain Repair, Cambridge Centre for

Robinson Way

331160

Bridget’s

Tennis Court Road

354312

Bullard Laboratories

Madingley Road

337191

Business Research, ESRC Centre for

Trumpington Street

765320

Cambridge Admissions Office

Trumpington Street

333308

Cambridge Archaeological Journal

Downing Street

339336

Cambridge Archaeological Unit

Downing Street

327802

Cambridge Coastal Research Unit

Downing Place

339775 / 333350

332950 766222 / 339092


CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES Cambridge Commonwealth Trust

Trinity Street

Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre

12 Union Road

338498 / 338499 336408

Cambridge Endowment for Research in Finance

Trumpington Street

764115

Cambridge Enterprise

10 Trumpington Street

760339

Cambridge eScience Centre

Wilberforce Road

Cambridge European Trust

Trinity Street

Cambridge Futures

6 Chaucer Road

740564

Cambridge Institute for Medical Research

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

762322

Cambridge Interdisciplinary Research Centre

Free School Lane

336945

764289 338498 / 338499

on Ageing (CIRCA) Cambridge–MIT Institute

10 Miller’s Yard

327207

Cambridge Overseas Trust

Trinity Street

338498

Cambridge Philosophical Society

Bene’t Street

334743

Cambridge Programme for Industry

1 Trumpington Street

342100

Cambridge Society

32 Trumpington Street

741211

Cambridge Theological Federation

Jesus Lane

741047

Cambridge University Moving Image Studio

Lensfield Road

762549

Cambridge University Press

1 Trinity Street

333333

Cancer Intelligence Unit

Wort’s Causeway

740273

Cardiovascular Medicine, Division of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

331504

Careers Service

Mill Lane

338288

CASP (Cambridge Arctic Shelf Programme)

Huntingdon Road

277586

Catholic Chaplaincy to the University

Guildhall Street

742192

Central Biomedical Services

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336767

Centre for Research in the Arts,

Silver Street

766886

Social Sciences and Humanities Challenge Fund

16 Mill Lane

763720

Chaplain

St Mary’s Passage

741719

Chemical Engineering, Department of

Pembroke Street

334799

Chemistry, Department of

Lensfield Road

336300

Childcare Office

25 Trumpington Street

332249

Classics, Faculty of

Sidgwick Avenue

335151

Clinical & Biomedical Computing Unit (CBCU)

Hills Road

765372

Clinical Biochemistry, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336792

Clinical Gerontology Unit

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

217292

Clinical Informatics, Centre for

Robinson Way

330304

Clinical Medicine, School of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336700

Clinical Pharmacology Unit

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

762577

Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Department of

Madingley Road

337694

Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, MRC

15 Chaucer Road

355294

Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre

Robinson Way

762037

Computer Laboratory

15 JJ Thomson Avenue

763500

Computing Service

Pembroke Street

334600

Conference Cambridge

PO Box 325

740578

Confidential Enquiry into Sudden Death in Infancy

Robinson Way

330356

Corporate Liaison Office

16a Mill Lane

765400

Counselling Service

13/14 Trumpington Street

332865

Criminology, Institute of

Sidgwick Avenue

335360

Data Protection Office

Trinity Lane

764142

Dental Service

3 Trumpington Street

332860

Design Studio

Silver Street

339397

Development Office, Cambridge University

1 Quayside

332288

The Cambridge Foundation Development Studies

17 Mill Lane

337158

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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES Developmental Psychiatry

18b Trumpington Road

336098

Dharam Hinduja Institute of Indic Research

West Road

763013

Disability Resource Centre

Trumpington Street

332301

Divinity, Faculty of

West Road

763002

Dunn Human Nutrition Unit, MRC

Hills Road

252700

Earth Sciences, Department of

Downing Street

333400

East Anglian Blood Centre

Long Road

548000

East Asia Institute

Sidgwick Avenue

335106

Eastern Region Public Health Observatory

Robinson Way

330353

Economics and Politics, Faculty of

Sidgwick Avenue

335200

Education, Faculty of

184 Hills Road

767600

Engineering, Department of

Trumpington Street

332600

English, Faculty of

9 West Road

335070

English and Applied Linguistics, Research

9 West Road

767397

Centre for ESRC Teaching and Learning

Trumpington Street

765320

Research Programme Estate Management and Building Service

74 Trumpington Street

337770

European Ozone Research Coordinating Unit

Lensfield Road

311772

Experimental Psychology, Department of

Downing Street

333550

Family Research, Centre for

Free School Lane

334510

Finance Division (University Offices)

Trinity Lane

332200

Financial Research, Centre for

Trumpington Street

339641

Fitzwilliam Museum

Trumpington Street

332900

French, Department of

Sidgwick Avenue

335009

French Cultural & Scientific Delegation

12b King’s Parade

338091

Gates Cambridge Trust

PO Box 252

338467

Gender Studies, Cambridge Centre for

Trinity Lane

764091

General Practice & Primary Care Research Unit

Robinson Way

330320

Genetic Epidemiology Unit

Wort’s Causeway

740157

Genetics, Department of

Downing Street

335037

Geography, Department of

Downing Place

333399

German, Department of

Sidgwick Avenue

335037

Godwin Institute for Quaternary Research

Pembroke Street

334872

Graduate Union

17 Mill Lane

333312

Haematology, Department of

MRC Building, Hills Road

336820

Hamilton Kerr Institute

The Mill House, Whittlesford

832040

Health and Safety Division (University Offices)

20 Trumpington Street

333301

Henry Martyn Centre

Westminster College, Madingley Road

741088

Herchel Smith Laboratory for Medicinal Chemistry

Robinson Way

336805

History, Faculty of

West Road

335340

History and Philosophy of Science, Department of

Free School Lane

334500

History of Art, Department of

Trumpington Street

332975

History of Population and Social Structure,

Downing Place

333181

Cambridge Group for Human Evolutionary Studies, Leverhulme

Downing Street

764700

Centre for Human Nutrition Research, MRC Resource

Fulbourn Road

426356

Centre for

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Humanities & Social Sciences, School of

17 Mill Lane

338161

Hutchison/MRC Research Centre

Hills Road

763240

Immunology, Division of

Tennis Court Road

333711


CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES Institute of Continuing Education

Madingley Hall, Madingley

Intel Research Cambridge

15 JJ Thomson Avenue

+ 44 (0)1954 280280 763444

Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies,

Downing Street

333452

Committee for (CIES) International Glaciological Society

Lensfield Road

355974

International Law, Lauterpacht

5 Cranmer Road

335358

Research Centre for International Studies, Centre of

17 Mill Lane

767236

Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

20 Clarkson Road

335999

Isaac Newton Trust

Trinity Street

339933

Italian, Department of

Sidgwick Avenue

335038

IUPAC Subcommittee for Gas

Lensfield Road

Jewish–Christian Relations, Centre for

Jesus Lane

741048

Judge Institute of Management

Trumpington Street

339700

Kettle’s Yard House and Gallery

Castle Street

352124

Land Economy, Department of

19 Silver Street

337147

Landscape Modelling, Unit for

Tennis Court Road

764375

Language Centre

Downing Place

335058

Latin American Studies, Centre of

West Road

335390

Law, Faculty of

10 West Road

330033

Linguistics, Department of

Sidgwick Avenue

335010

Linkline (Confidential help

17 St Edward’s Passage

744444

and information: 7pm–8am) Literary and Linguistic Computing Centre

Sidgwick Avenue

335029

Local Examinations Syndicate

1 Hills Road

553311

Magnetic Resonance Research Centre

Lensfield Road

766325

Management Information Services Division

16 Mill Lane

765591

Manufacturing, Institute for

Mill Lane

766141

Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology

12 Grange Road

741039

Martin Centre, The

6 Chaucer Road

331700

Materials Science and Metallurgy, Department of

Pembroke Street

334300

Mathematical Sciences, Centre for

Wilberforce Road

765000

Mathematics, Faculty of

Wilberforce Road

765000

McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

Downing Street

333538

Medical Genetics, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

331154

Medical Informatics Unit

Gresham Road

330304

Medical Library

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336750

Medicine, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336844

Melville Laboratory for Polymer Synthesis

Lensfield Road

334370

(Department of Chemistry) Microstructural Physics Group

Madingley Road

337333

Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Centre of

Sidgwick Avenue

335103

Millennium Maths Project (MMP)

Wilberforce Road

766839

Modern and Medieval Languages, Faculty of

Sidgwick Avenue

335000

Molecular Biology, Laboratory of

Hills Road

248011

Molecular Recognition, Cambridge Centre for

Hills Road

762322

Motor Proctor

St Mary’s Passage

333310

Mullard Radio Astronomy Observatory

Lords Bridge, Barton

262463

Multi–Imaging Centre

Downing Street

333750

Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Downing Street

333516

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Sidgwick Avenue

335153

Museum of Zoology

Downing Street

336650

Music, Faculty of

11 West Road

763481

Mycenaean Epigraphy Group

Sidgwick Avenue

335073

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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES Nanoscale Science Laboratory

Trumpington Street

332676

Nanoscience Centre

11 JJ Thomson Avenue

760304

National Institute for Environmental eScience

Downing Street

333482

Neurology Unit

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

217091

Neurosurgery, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336946

Nursery

Chaucer Road

330417

Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Department of

The Rosie Hospital, Robinson Way

336871

Occupational Health Service

Gresham Road

336594

Officers’ Training Corps

Coldhams Lane

247818

Oncology, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336800

Oriental Studies, Faculty of

Sidgwick Avenue

335106

Orthodox Christian Studies, Institute of

Jesus Lane

741037

Orthopaedic Research Unit

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

217551

Other Langauges, Department of

Sidgwick Avenue

335038

Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations (OCR)

1 Hills Road

553998

Paediatrics, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

763480

Pathology, Department of

Tennis Court Road

333690

Personnel Division

Trinity Lane

332267

Pfizer Global Research and Development

Pembroke Street

767060

Pharmacology, Department of

Tennis Court Road

334000

Philosophy, Faculty of

Sidgwick Avenue

335090

Photographic & Illustration Service

Free School Lane

334390

Physical Education (and Sports Syndicate)

Gresham Road

336580

Physical Sciences, School of the

19 Trumpington Street

334197

Physics, Department of

Madingley Road

337200

Physics and Chemistry, Faculty of

Madingley Road

766644

Physiology, Department of

Downing Street

333750

Plant Sciences, Department of

Downing Street

333900

Press and Publications Office

Trinity Lane

332225

Proctors

1 St Mary’s Passage

333314

Protein Engineering, MRC Centre for

Hills Road

402100

Psychiatry, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336965

Public Health, Institute of

Robinson Way

330300

Public Health & Primary Care, Department of

Robinson Way

741380

Public Health Genetics Unit

Worts Causeway

740200

Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics,

Wilberforce Road

337999

Department of

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Radiology, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336890

Registrary’s Office

Trinity Lane

332200

Reproductive Molecular Research Group

Tennis Court Road

333712

Research Services Division

16 Mill Lane

333543

Ridley Hall

741080

Royal Naval Unit, Cambridge University

2 Chaucer Road

355680

Scientific Periodicals Library

Bene’t Street

334742

Scott Polar Research Institute

Lensfield Road

336540

Secretariat (University Offices)

Trinity Lane

332200

Security Office (University Offices)

Pembroke Street

339513

Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences

Downing Street

333456

Slavonic Studies, Department of

Sidgwick Avenue

335007

Social and Political Sciences, Faculty of

Free School Lane

334520

Social Anthropology, Department of

Free School Lane

334599

Society for Visiting Scholars

Tennis Court Road

338099


CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENTS AND OFFICES South Asian Studies, Centre of

Laundress Lane

338094

Spanish and Portuguese, Department of

Sidgwick Avenue

335005

Sports and Social Club

Mill Lane

566397

Squire Law Library

10 West Road

330077

Statistical Laboratory

Wilberforce Road

337958

Strangeways Research Laboratory

Wort’s Causeway

740145

Student Records and Statistics (University Offices)

10 Peas Hill

332309

Students Union

11/12 Trumpington Street

333313

Superconductivity, Interdisciplinary

Madingley Road

337076

Surgery, Department of

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

336978

Technology, School of

17 Mill Lane

332795

Technology Management, Centre for

Mill Lane

766401

Technology Transfer Office

16 Mill Lane

760339

Telecommunications Office

Free School Lane

337722

Theology through the Arts

Ridley Hall

741075

Theoretical Geophysics, Institute of

Downing Street

333400

Tyndale House

36 Selwyn Gardens

566601

Universities’ Collaboration in eLearning (UCeL)

16 Mill Lane

765363

University Biomedical Support Services

Madingley Rise

339900

University Card Services

Mill Lane

766908

University Centre

Mill Lane

337766

University Church

St Mary’s Passage

741716

University Farm

Girton

276208

University Library

West Road

333000

University Marshal

1 St Mary’s Passage

333314

University Offices

Trinity Lane

332200

University Printing Services

Trumpington Street

358331

Varsity (The University Newspaper)

11/12 Trumpington Street

337575

Vice–Chancellor’s Private Office

Trinity Lane

332290

Research Centre in (IRC)

(University Offices) Visual Development Unit, MRC

59 St Andrew’s Street

333573

Wellcome Trust/Cancer Research UK Institute

Tennis Court Road

762322

of Cancer and Developmental Biology Wellcome Trust Immunology Unit

MRC Centre, Hills Road

330528

Westcott House

Jesus Lane

741000

Westminster College

Madingley Road

741084

Whipple Museum of the History of Science

Free School Lane

330906

Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre

Addenbrooke’s Hospital

331823

World Data Centre for Glaciology, Cambridge

Lensfield Road

336565

Zoology, Department of

Downing Street

336600

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