Companies formed

Since 1987, Oxford University Innovation has been responsible for creating spinout companies based on academic research generated within and owned by the University of Oxford, and in recent years has spun out 15-20 new companies every year.

Over £2.5bn in external investment has been raised by Oxford University Innovation spinouts since 2010, and ten of our current portfolio are currently listed in London and New York.

The creation of new spinout companies, most of which are listed below, also channels millions of pounds back into University research, benefits local economic development and has created many new jobs in the region.

2020

Developing international trade and transport simulators, using mathematical models and machine learning.

Incorporated in November 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Mathematical Institute

Contact: Adrian Coles

Method for ranking/selecting mitochondrial neoantigens for targeted cell therapy.

Incorporated in November 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Nuffield Dept of Women's and Reproductive Health

Contact: Richard Auburn

Campus supports sustainable, integrated and interuniversity learning opportunities, reinvesting profits in scholarships for students and/or building capacity in local heritage structures.

Incorporated in October 2020

Origin: Oxford University, International Development

A B2B tech platform for clothing retailers to make fit & style accessible to more people, leveraging computer vision, and deep learning. AISTETIC is aiming to reduce online returns and increase conversion for retailers.

Incorporated in October 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Computer Science

Contact: Sandeep Singh

To bring the tools developed for heritage to the management of healthcare data.

Incorporated in September 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Engineering / Computer Science

OxVent Limited is a joint-venture social enterprise that will license the OxVent ventilator design for international deployment in Covid19 and beyond, and provide consultancy on its testing, regulatory approval and manufacturing.

Incorporated in September 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Engineering

Expertise and knowledge regarding data privacy, ethics, data security and public policy in connection with technology use.

Incorporated in August 2020

Origin: Oxford University, The Oxford Internet Institute

Focused on creating novel biosensors for food safety testing.

Incorporated in August 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Engineering

Oxford Digital Innovation encompasses three different products. Two of them are online health records platform which aim to integrate NHS data (Zygote – IVF platform – and Simba – maternity platform). The 3rd platform is a virtual hospital which is aimed at scheduling appointments for patients and enable online consultations in specific specialisations, starting with eye care, skin care, pathology and dental medicine.

Incorporated in August 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Nuffield Dept of Women's and Reproductive Health

Open Clinical aims to create a publicly available resource to benefit clinicians and patients.

Incorporated in August 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Engineering

Research and experimental development on biotechnology.

Incorporated in July 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Oncology

Aim is to accelerate and streamline research through an innovative digital platform for knowledge sharing.

Incorporated in July 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Tropical Medicine

A lean spin-out, social enterprise focusing on developing a fast rapid COVID-19 test. Joint Oxford University and OSCAR company.

Incorporated in June 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Engineering

Contact: Jane Jin

DNA methylation detection using this TAPS technology. Base Genomics was acquired by Exact Sciences in October 2020.

Incorporated in June 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research

High heat flux technology. The company will provide advanced engineering solutions to challenging thermal problems such as those that occur in fusion reactors, or high power density electronic systems.

Incorporated in April 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Thermofluids Institute

Contact: Adrian Coles

Development of a platform for the standardisation of assetments to facility language, reading and arithmetic skills in children.

Incorporated in April 2020

Origin: Oxford University, Education

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