Oxford Science Park

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View of Oxford Science Park. Behind the fountain is the Gosling Building - headquarters to Oxford Nanopore Technologies, and to the right is the Sherard Building, offices both built in 2002.
Littlemore Brook, a tributary of the River Thames that runs through the Oxford Science Park from the Blackbird Leys estate in Oxford.

The Oxford Science Park (OSP) is a science and technology park[1] located on the southern edge of the city of Oxford, England. It was officially opened in 1991 and is owned by Magdalen College, Oxford. The park maintains strong links with the nearby University of Oxford and currently contains just over 60 companies.


There are two amenity buildings on the Science Park,[2] the Magdalen Centre and the Sadler Building. Both contain:

  • Cafe/restaurant
  • Conference suite
  • Meeting rooms

There is a nursery on the Science Park operated by The Oxford Nursery.[3] There is also an Oxford Science Park Netball Club.[4]


The science park is situated in Littlemore, which is about 5 km to the south of Oxford city centre, south of the Oxford Ring Road.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Oxford Science Park Archived 1 January 2011 at the Wayback Machine, Park Life Style, UK.
  2. ^ Park Life Style, UK.
  3. ^ "oxford". The Old Station Nursery | we care for your child and support your family. Retrieved 19 November 2019.
  4. ^ Oxford Science Park Netball Club, UK.

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Coordinates: 51°42′57″N 1°13′06″W / 51.71583°N 1.21833°W / 51.71583; -1.21833