Oxford University Innovation organises events for the benefit of all our stakeholders, providing opportunities to introduce technologies and investment opportunities, and to inform and train individuals working with us.

We participate extensively in events organised by Oxford University and other organisations, and welcome invitations to contribute to relevant events.

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University of Oxford Guest Lecture – Dr Ian Campbell

27th February 2019. Venue: Said Business School, Park End Street, OX1 1HP
Organisers: University

Dr Ian Campbell is the Interim Executive Chair of Innovate UK and will be giving a talk at the Said Business School on "What the Industrial Strategy means to the academic community". This is an open invitation and a free event ...

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27th February 2019. Venue: BioEscalator-Innovation Building
Organisers: University

Are you interested in how Oxford Scientists used their expertise to create solutions for challenges in health and life sciences? Join Innovation Forum Oxford on Wednesday 27th February 2019 at 17:30, at the BioEscalator for a l...

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BioEntrepreneurship Lab 2019

1st March 2019. Venue: Oxford University Innovation, Buxton Court, 3 West Way, Oxford OX2 0JB
Organisers: Oxford University Innovation | Partner | University

Are you a biomedical founding team? Do you want to design and validate your business concept during a unique accelerator and training program in Oxford and Munich? Saïd Business School, Oxfor...

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PULSE: Programme for Up and coming Life Sciences Entrepreneurs

18th March 2019. Venue: The Francis Crick Institute, 1 Midland Road, London, NW1 1AT
Organisers: Partner

PULSE is a three day leadership and entrepreneurship training programme developed by the BIA and the Francis Crick Institute. The programme is for aspiring entrepreneurs and new CEOs looking for advanced practical advice, support ...

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