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Oxford University has adopted revised guidance to accelerate the licensing of relevant intellectual property (IP) for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, to avoid unnecessary delays or missed opportunities to understand, manage and protect against the threat posed.
Oxford University Innovation licenses sensors for garlic, ginger and turmeric to Zimmer and Peacock.
The Tech Showcase event returns to highlight the best tech coming out of Oxford.
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 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 forms spinout company to bring fast, cost-effective enzyme development to market.
Oxford University spinouts Genomics and Nanopore partner on utilising handheld nanopore technologies for DNA sequencing.
Oxford University, Oxford University Innovation, Oxford Sciences Innovation and Evotec announce a new partnership to advance the development of next-generation medicines arising from Oxford research.