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Oxford University Innovation’s management consultancy division to restructure as separate entity to scale up interactions and business on the world stage.
The collaboration will see Drayson Technologies bring to market Oxford technologies that can positively impact on patient health outcomes, admissions, and costs within the NHS.
Oxford spinout Celleron Therapeutics raises funding from South Korean consortium of investors for small molecule treatments.
Isis Enterprise, the global consultancy arm of Oxford University, is due to hold its next technology transfer training course on the 1st and 2nd of February 2017.
OxSonics, an Oxford University spinout established in 2013 to develop ultrasound therapeutics, has secured £9.4m in series B equity financing, bringing its total external fundraising to £14.2m.
Oxford University Innovation launches 24 companies in 2016 with a combined £52.6m in early stage funding, setting a new record in spinout generation for the UK and Europe.
HTC Vive and virtual reality distance learning platform Engage to showcase the LIFE project from the University of Oxford.
Oxford University spinout PrOXisense secures £330,000 in round led by Parkwalk Advisors for the development of sensors in extreme environments.