July 15, 2019

Eagle Genomics lands in London’s Knowledge Quarter

Hub established at the heart of London’s research and artificial intelligence communities.

Nestled between Google’s new UK headquarters and the Francis Crick Institute, Eagle Genomics’ new office is located at the heart of London’s research and artificial intelligence (AI) communities.

The Knowledge Quarter, just a 10-minute walk from Kings Cross Station, is made up of more than 90 academic, cultural, research, scientific and media organisations focused on actively advancing and disseminating knowledge.

“Becoming part of this multidisciplinary community and working in close proximity to global industry leaders places Eagle Genomics at the centre of life sciences data and AI development and offers unique opportunities for knowledge sharing and collaboration,” says Anthony Finbow, Chief Executive Officer at Eagle Genomics.

“It’s fantastic to be recognised as a company at the forefront of what is set to be one of the preeminent innovation hubs for the coming decade and to be part of the thriving Knowledge Quarter.”

Our other new neighbours range from tech giants Apple and Microsoft, to ground breaking institutions including the British Library and The Guardian newspaper.

We recently also established a new space at Microsoft AI Factory’s Station F in Paris, the world’s biggest startup campus, where we work in close proximity with 27 other international tech startups.

These locations place us at the centre of international AI innovation and complement our world-leading genomics location at the Wellcome Genome Campus outside Cambridge, UK.

Find out more:

Get in touch and visit us at 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG.

Topics: biotech, london, AI, translational research, startup, Knowledge Quarter, reseach