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Why ESA BIC Harwell

ESA BIC Harwell provides a unique opportunity to access world class scientific facilities and research including that of the Diamond Light Source and STFC’s Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL) – home to its internationally renowned space science department RAL Space, the world’s most powerful pulsed neutron source ISIS and the Central Laser Facility.
The BIC is also the location of the UK ESA Centre and Satellite Applications Catapult,  which will bring together the best of the British space sector, industry and academia in collaboration with international partners.

Our start-ups
Current number of start-ups
14
Total start-ups supported to date
62
Support per start-up
Financial support per start-up
41.5K
Hours of technical support
40
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About ESA BIC Harwell

The ESA Business Incubation Centre in Harwell, UK, started its operations in 2011 and is managed by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC).
It is located at Harwell Campus, a world leading science, technology and business campus based in South Oxfordshire with more than 4,500 researchers, engineers and innovators from over 150 high-tech organisations, and a focal point and cluster for the UK’s rapidly growing high-tech space community.

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Ready for incubation?

Find out how and when to apply

You can submit your application at any time. Each BIC has different selection dates. Check out when your nearest BIC application selection is and get the ball rolling.

Closing date in

Selection Campaign #51B Bavaria

1 September 2017

Selection Campaign #53 Noordwijk

10 October 2017

Selection Campaign #51B Bavaria

1 September 2017

Selection Campaign #53 Noordwijk

10 October 2017

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