Oxford BioChronometrics was featured in a story in the Guardian “How your electronic DNA could be the secure login of the future."
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'Imagine a piece of software that would allow the soldiers, aid workers and government officials thrown together after a disaster to quickly and securely communicate with each other whatever device they hold in their hands....
Oxford graduate Eamon Jubbawy has taken the idea for a web-based employment checking system from inception to incorporation in three months with the help of the Isis Software Incubator (ISI). The ISI, part of Oxford University Innovation Ltd., the Technology Transfer Office of the University of Oxford, supports early-stage software ventures from Oxford staff and students to develop products or services and assists them to trade without external investment.
Colwiz (Collective Wizdom) gives researchers an integrated suite of tools to collaborate efficiently and quickly with colleagues scattered around the world and working in a variety of different research areas.