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4 Grand Challenges to put the UK at the forefront of the industries of the future.

The Industrial Strategy

Interested in finding out more about any current or opportunities and potential collaboration with the University?

The Industrial Strategy is the UK government’s long-term plan to raise productivity and earning power in the UK by investing in world-leading research and highly innovative businesses. The purpose of the Industrial Strategy is to address the biggest industrial and societal challenges today.

Each of these challenges will focus on a specific problem, bringing government, businesses and academics together across the country.

The Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund

Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund

There is a natural collaboration between strong academic research science and the key translational capabilities that are largely found in industry. Across many industrial sectors, including Life Sciences, successful collaboration between academics and industry provides both the ideas and the energy for transformative change.

Professor Sir John Bell GBE FRS, author of Life Sciences Industrial Strategy

Deborah.Spencer@mpls.ox.ac.uk
Tel: +44(0) 1865 283718

As part of the Industrial Strategy, the government has allocated the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) focused on Challenge Areas. Calls can be found on the Innovate UK website and sector-specific ISCF events are organised by the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN). More details about collaborative research with the University of Oxford can be found here.

The Oxfordshire Local Industrial Strategy

thandiwe.hara-msulira@admin.ox.ac.uk
Tel: +44(0) 1865 616 570

Oxfordshire is a globally renowned county with one of the strongest economies in the UK and a successful record securing investment to promote growth. The Oxfordshire Local Industrial Strategy (LIS) has been developed in response to the Government’s UK Industrial Strategy, which aims to increase growth and productivity across the country and create more prosperous communities. The Oxford Local Industrial Strategy drives Oxfordshire's ambition to become one of the top three global innovation ecosystems by 2040.

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