Wenmiao Yu and Zhanet Zaharieva, Oxford University alumni and co-founders of Oxford spinout Quantum Dice, are not just pioneers in quantum technology but also fervent advocates for nurturing the next generation of entrepreneurs.
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The Start-up Incubator fosters entrepreneurship skills amongst the University of Oxford's students and staff.
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.
Pioneering a future of informed decisions: how Prolific is shaping the next wave of research and AI training with human-centric, quality data across the globe.
AI-based music generation platform SoulChord takes the crown at this year's Student Entrepreneurship Programme.
- MBA Graduate Ani Hakyuni’s own experience surviving cancer inspires new startup.
- The app, Vann, will create support groups for people battling cancer.
- Vann will provide key insights to support clinician decision making in oncology.
With companies created ranging from AI and quantum computing to vaccine developers and social ventures tackling poverty, Oxford University hits milestone in company creation, cementing its status as a leading institution in research commercialisation globally.
The OUI Incubator is getting a boost to deliver more opportunities for Oxford University's ambitious staff and student entrepreneurs. New funding, a new space, and a new team will significantly expand our incubator offering, under the leadership of OUI’s entrepreneurship expert in residence Cath Spence. Read on to discover Cath’s plans to drive forward the next phase of the incubator’s dynamic evolution.
Careershe aims to provide smartphone-based career advice to Chinese students