Oxford Biolabs® has adopted a customer-oriented strategy that incorporates alternative natural therapies and ingredients. This bears no resemblance to the practice of some companies that prefer to limit their product range to drug-based formulas, which can often result in unwanted side effects.
Our premises are the epicentre of an innovative hub for our staff of professionals. The office space allows us to more efficiently design, develop, and deliver new nutraceuticals and cosmeceuticals in the field of hair loss, hair greying, skin ageing and ageing in general.
Oxford Biolabs is guided by corporate integrity and aims to be the world’s most innovative and well-respected nutraceutical and cosmeceutical company. We work on the latest scientific innovations and rely on continuous improvement which is ingrained in our culture. Our goal is to truthfully engage our customers with credible science and great products.
The Oxford Biolabs Team
Our Scientific Vision
"At Oxford Biolabs we are aiming to provide the best possible products to our customers and the sole purpose of product development is to ensure this."
- Dr. Manfred Gahrtz, Dr. rer. nat. in Plant Biology from University of Regensburg, Germany.
Dr. Thomas Whitfield, DPhil
Dr. Manfred Gahrtz
Dr. Vira Polovska, PhD
Senior Product Development Manager
IT Manager & Data Protection Officer
Customer Support Manager
Prof. Dr. Werner Kunz
Prof. Dr. Aris Xenaxis
Strategy & Communication
Organisational Development & HR
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“I'm not only interested in basic science but also in bridging the gap between academic research and product development. In the field of the development of chemicals and anti-ageing products is where I can best take profit of my expertise in physical chemistry.”
- Professor Dr. Werner Kunz, Head of the Institute for Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, Chair of Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Regensburg (Germany)
“My research within the sphere of Biomimetics and Nanobiotechnology deals with studies of nanoformulations for encapsulating bio-active substances, and this research has led to applications in various sectors such as Pharmaceutics, Foods, and Cosmetics.”
- Professor Dr. Aristotelis Xenakis, Research Director at the Institute of Biology, Medicinal Chemistry & Biotechnology, National Hellenic Research Foundation
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10,000 Small Businesses Alumni
Funded by Goldman Sachs and the Goldman Sachs Foundation
The Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses UK programme is designed to help entrepreneurs create jobs and economic opportunity and provide high-quality, practical education and business support to leaders of high-growth small businesses and social enterprises across the country. The programme is run in partnership with the Said Business School at Oxford University, among others.
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Kansas City, Missouri, USA
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is a registered 501 non-profit, private foundation based in Kansas City, Missouri. The foundation was founded in 1966 by Ewing Marion Kauffman, who had previously founded the drug company Marion Laboratories. The Kauffman Foundation focuses on projects that encourage entrepreneurship, support education, and contribute to Kansas City civic life.
The UK's leading independent expert on innovation
National Endowment of Science, Technology and the Arts works with public, private and third-sector partners bringing together powerful combinations of people, resources and bright ideas. NESTA combines capital investment with non-financial support to help the UK's innovative early-stage companies turn their ideas into commercial success.
National centre for entrepreneurship in education
We received a grant award in 2009 from the Flying Start Entrepreneur fund through the NCEE. Since its formation, NCEE has collaborated with many partners and organisations across the UK and internationally on a wide range of activities and projects. NCEE seeks to develop and promote a culture of entrepreneurship through research, education, and facilitation.
Oxford Consulting Initiative
Oxford Student Foundation
The Oxford Consulting Initiative is a strategy consultancy providing services to Oxford-based start-ups. It aims to connect the pool of bright students interested in consulting and entrepreneurship with the growing start-up community in Oxford.
Strategic Consulting Project, Said Business School
University of Oxford
The Strategic Consulting Project is a six week, team-based consulting project for a corporate sponsor, charity, non-profit or start-up. One might find this includes assessing products, developing social entrepreneurship or analysing how best to penetrate a new market. Through this project, one might work with local companies or with large international companies.