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The range of technologies, investment opportunities and services from Oxford University Innovation is constantly changing. We provide information for all our stakeholders through news items, events and publications. Communication channels include meetings, printed media, electronic newsletters, and business social media.


News of our technology innovations and investment opportunities is published here. We are proud to include news updates from our spin-outs, licensees and start-ups, showing how technology from Oxford University Innovation is making an impact.

Body temperature liver storage technique improves transplant success

18th April 2018
All News | Spinouts & Startups

Preserving livers at body temperature has been shown to improve transplant success and to increase the number of viable donor livers available for transplant. The study, which used a normothermic perfusion device from spinout OrganOx, presages shorter waiting lists for patients and lower mortality rates.

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Oxford University Innovation organises and attends events in Oxford and elsewhere. Some have restricted access, but we aim to provide a range of opportunities for all our stakeholders to meet and learn more about our activities.


Skoll Venture Awards

April 29th 2018

The Skoll Venture Awards provide funding to University of Oxford students or alumnae from a full-time degree programme who are pursuing a socially focused business model built on a deep understanding of the target social or environmental problem. Deadline for submissions is 23:55 GMT+1 on Sunday 29 April 2018. For more information or to apply, please click […]

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We publish regular publications and brochures for specific interest groups, in print and online.

Annual Reports

Annual Report 2017

February 8th 2018
Issue No: 2017

Innovation Insights

Innovation Insights 8

February 14th 2018
Issue No: 8

Oxford University Innovation Newsletters

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