Life Science Production

Quality Cell Culture products and contract services to the Life Science industry


International Serum Industry Association

Life Science Group is a member of the International Serum Industry Association (ISIA).  The Association was formed in June 2006 with a specific focus on the Serum Industry. Since that time the scope of the Association has broadened to include all animal derived products for use in the multibillion dollar life science and biomedical sectors.  Our Managing Director, Jennifer Murray is serving as the current Chair of the Association.

What is Biotechnology?

A curated colelction of resources about the people, places and technologies and their impact on the field of biotechnology.  This site is supported by the Charity, Biotechmet.  Our Managing Director, Jennifer Murray,  is a Trustee of this Charity.

Antibody Production Services

Forming the second Division of Life Science Group, Antibody Production Services (APS)  provides quality custom  biological and in vitro products and services to Pharma, Biotech, CRO and Universities  worldwide.  APS provides flexible and professional contract production   of antibodies, both monoclonal and polyclonal, together with a large range of  associated services to meet every requirement.

Pivotal Scientific

Life Science Group is a member of Pivotal Scientific, an International biotechnology consultancy dedicated to helping companies worldwide, grow sales and brand awareness.


Life Science Group is a member of ESBB.  ESBB is a society for people involved in the collection and storage of biological materials from all species. The society is focussed on Europe, the Middle East and Africa. ESBB has its origins in another society, the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories.


Life Science Group supports the National Centre for the Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research.  We are working closely with researchers and other companies to develop novel products and promote technologies to support the work of the NC3Rs,  the UK's national organisation, in the aim to promote the discovery and application of new technologies and approaches to replace, reduce and refine the use of animals for scientific purposes