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TenU announces appointment of Tim Haines as new Chair

29th February 2024
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London, UK – TenU, the international collaboration of ten technology transfer offices (TTOs) of the world’s leading universities, today announces the appointment of Tim Haines, Executive Partner and Managing Director at Abingworth LLP, a leading global life sciences venture investment firm, as its new Chair.

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Harnessing the huge potential of software

23rd January 2024
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Approximately half of the spinout companies created in Oxford involve software. In response to a recent government-commissioned review calling for specific terms for ventures exclusively focused on software, OUI's Dr Richard Auburn shares his views.

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Catalysing innovation: Oxford Innovation Society unveils a new programme

23rd January 2024
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Oxford University Innovation announces the much-anticipated relaunch of the Oxford Innovation Society (OIS). With an ambitious 12-month programme of events, OIS aims to fortify connections between Oxford’s companies, investors, industry partners and the vibrant Oxford entrepreneurial ecosystem.

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Reinventing Connection: The Evolution of the Oxford Innovation Society

12th October 2023
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Charting a vibrant future for the Oxford Innovation Society (OIS), Louise Male and Andrea Stewart spark a call to action for a collective, co-created evolution of this historic network. Engage in shaping an innovation hub where useful collaborations, diverse engagements, and a novel digital interface drive the next wave of breakthroughs in Oxford's dynamic ecosystem.

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