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Spanish company, Torus Software Solutions, working with Isis Enterprise, has won a competition run by the UK Trade & Investment. The UKTI Spain Technology Competition was aimed at helping Spanish businesses expand into the UK. Torus’ victory will reward it with a visit to the UK in which meetings will be set up between the management team and key contacts in their industry. The winners will also be provided entry into a business event of their choice in Britain. Isis Enterprise (IE) is the innovation management consultancy business of Oxford University Innovation, the technology transfer arm of the University of Oxford.
Oxford University Innovation, the technology transfer company of the University of Oxford, is expanding its activities in Australasia with the appointment of Helen Ujvary as Australian Representative for the Isis Enterprise consultancy business. Isis assists technology providers, from universities and industry, to commercialise technologies developed over a broad spectrum of ground-breaking technologies.
Oxford University Innovation is to open a Japanese office in the Kyoto Research Park.
On September 14th Isis Enterprise welcomed delegates from the Association of European Science and Technology Transfer Professionals (ASTP) for the first of their ongoing programme of ‘site visits’ to leading technology transfer offices throughout Europe.
Grant Thornton has joined forces with technology transfer specialist Isis Enterprise to provide an innovative and comprehensive Intellectual Property acquisition support service designed specifically for technology businesses.
The technology transfer operations of the two Universities in Oxford have formed a partnership which provides Oxford Brookes University staff with access to the resources of Oxford University Innovation, the technology transfer company of the University of Oxford. This will help with commercialising new ideas from Oxford Brookes’ research and encourage Oxford Brookes staff to exploit their ideas through access to the networks and expertise available from Oxford University Innovation.