Small in stature, Big in activity


It is well documented that within the historic walls of Cambridge University, Watson and Crick first made their discovery of the structure of DNA. Fast forward more than 60 years and the beautiful town of Cambridge, thanks in part to this transformational scientific breakthrough, has become justifiably one of the most influential life science hubs in the world. Despite its small size- its official population is just north of 120,000- compared with other major science clusters around the world, Cambridge has become a rich breeding ground for multinational players and bright-eyed post docs who are looking to commercialize their scientific discoveries.

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