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Bioscience and health technology database: annual report 2017

Ninth annual report analysing the updated 2017 dataset from the bioscience and health technologies database.

Published 16 May 2018

From:
Department of Health and Social CareDepartment for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, and Office for Life Sciences

Documents

Strength and Opportunity 2017: the landscape of the medical technology and biopharmaceutical sectors in the UK

PDF, 7.01MB, 57 pages

 

Strength and Opportunity 2017: the data behind the charts

MS Excel Spreadsheet, 7.57MB

 

Strength and Opportunity 2017: life sciences companies data

MS Excel Spreadsheet, 1.53MB

 

Strength and Opportunity 2017: geographical data maps

ZIP, 2.37MB

 

UK life sciences sector infographic, 2017

PDF, 693KB, 1 page

 

UK biopharmaceutical sector infographic, 2017

PDF, 713KB, 1 page

 

UK medical technology sector infographic, 2017

PDF, 711KB, 1 page

 

UK digital health sector infographic, 2017

PDF, 624KB, 1 page

Details

This annual report analyses the updated 2017 dataset from the bioscience and health technology database. The data relates to companies that are active in the UK in the health life sciences sectors:

  • medical technology
  • bio-pharmaceuticals

This report shows that the UK life sciences industry:

  • employs 240,900 people across the UK
  • generates a combined estimated turnover of £70.3 billion
  • comprises 5,649 businesses

Published 16 May 2018

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