SBC Open Innovation Campus, Stevenage, SG1 2FX, UK
In Stevenage, we work on drug discovery projects using early-stage academic research. At this state-of-the-art facility, the biology team works on projects that aim to generate small molecule drugs, with speciality areas in assay development and screening, and compound profiling and cellular pharmacology. The chemistry team synthesises and delivers novel chemical substances, while a biotherapeutics team uses patented techniques to generate therapeutic antibodies, carry out affinity maturation and biophysical characterisation. Four business development managers identify projects with development potential and seek commercial partners. Our human resources, IT, marketing and site services teams are also based in Stevenage.
Lynton House, 7-12 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9LT, UK
The LifeArc management team, along with governance, licensing, technology transfer and assessment groups are all based at the LifeArc HQ in London. Our governance and licensing department drafts confidentiality, non-disclosure or collaborative agreements and incorporates legal counsel. Business managers provide advice on intellectual property identification and management, patents/copyright and technology transfer, while scientists within the Opportunity Assessment Group review all science project submissions and recommend projects to take forward. Our media relations, finance and facilities teams are also based in the London HQ.
Nine, Edinburgh Bioquarter, 9 Little France Road, Edinburgh, EH16 4UX, Scotland
In Edinburgh, around 20 people work to improve the commercial readiness of early stage diagnostics from academic research. The team includes ten scientists, supported by project and quality management and administrative, professional technical support. The Edinburgh team specialises in molecular diagnostics and has some of the most modern and comprehensive technologies available, located in purpose-built, ISO13485 certified facilities on the Edinburgh Bioquarter site adjacent to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.