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During the 1960s, the Government urged UK universities to forge closer links with new high-tech industries. As a result the Mott Committee recommended that ‘science based industry’ should be developed and encouraged to locate close to Cambridge and its centre of scientific excellence. In 1970, Trinity College – guided by its then Senior Bursar, Dr John Bradfield – decided to use its own land and funds to provide a favourable location to house and encourage the success of local hi-tech industry and attract overseas investment.

Cambridge Science Park“Now home to over 100 companies and 1,650,000 sq ft of buildings, Cambridge Science Park continues to attract new businesses, from small start-ups and spin-outs to subsidiaries of multinational corporations.” – Cambridge Science Park Home

For more information about the history of the Science Park see their History pages

If you want to see a full list of companies currently on the site, see the Company directory

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