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.
We publish news of technology innovations, investment opportunities, together with updates from spin-out & start-up companies and licensees
Rob McNeil, Oxford University's Migration Observatory, engages in consultancy work facilitated by OUI, supporting journalists and communicators in fostering informed and balanced discussions on migration.
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.
Oxford University Innovation Responds to the U.K. Government’s Independent Review of University Spin-Out Companies
Oxford University Innovation (OUI) welcomes the Independent Review of University Spin-out companies, published today.
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.
The second year of the Jamies Awards deliver ideas that tackle plastic waste, drug discovery, and bad coffee.
OUI, Bioescalator and the Oxford Trust team up to showcase the University's facilities to the Oxford ecosystem.
Meet Terri Adams, the local glassblower designing the trophies for the upcoming Jamie Ferguson Chemistry Awards.
Quantum Motion, an Oxford firm making quantum computers on silicon a reality, is riding high after a £42m funding round. To find out more, OUI's Gregg Bayes-Brown spoke with QM’s CEO James Palles-Dimmock.