The latest spin-out company from Oxford University, Oxford Catalysts Ltd, plans to develop and exploit novel catalyst technology for the energy industry which is both cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
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Third Phase Limited, a high-tech company spun out from Oxford University's Department of Engineering Science and now based on the Cambridge Science Park, is pleased to announce that it has merged with the Cmed Group Ltd, opening up tremendous development opportunities for both companies.
A new spin-out from Oxford University, Spinox, is aiming to devise novel ways to copy spiders' ability to spin silks. The new silks may be used for sutures or woven material for surgical implants, protective clothing and in sports equipment.
BioAnalab Limited, the Oxford-based specialist contract analytical laboratory, today announced the successful completion of a further round of private equity funding totalling £440,000. The round was led by Octopus Asset Management, who invested £250,000 through the BioScience Venture Capital Trust.
Oxonica Ltd, a leading European technology company, has patented a revolutionary new UV filter called Optisol™. As of this month, Optisol™ sunscreen is available on shelves as an active component of Boots' new Soltan Facial Sun Defence Cream.
A New Spin-out Company Cytox Limited was spun out from Oxford University Innovation in November 2006, when it received its first round of investment; it is the 63rd company to be created with University of Oxford intellectual property in this way.