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University of Oxford spinout NavLive has recently joined the community of inspiring deep-tech start-ups at our Oxford Centre for Innovation. With its advanced 3D mapping technology, it aims to create new norms in the complex management of building sites, bringing economic benefits to the building and construction sector. We spoke to its co-founders, […]
Oxford Sigma has returned to Oxford’s city centre to accelerate fusion materials technology commercialisation to help tackle climate change and resolve energy security, with new global headquarters at our Oxford Centre for Innovation.
Oxford Sigma Annual Summer Internship Programme A Success For Next Generation Fusion Skills Development
This year saw Oxford Sigma’s largest internship intake to date over the summer of 2023.
With each season, we are pleased to celebrate the many successes and developments in the companies in our innovation centres. In this summer update, we celebrate fund raises, expansion and growth, recognition, and more. Here are some key highlights we’ve collected over the past few months. Funding Through UK Research […]
Quantum tech company Infleqtion UK, based in our Oxford Centre for Innovation, has announced a major funding award from Innovate UK to support the development of a new type of optical atomic clock and boost its manufacturing capabilities for quantum-enabled technology.
Helio Display Materials has expanded its R&D laboratory space at The Oxford Trust’s Wood Centre for Innovation in Headington to accommodate rapid company growth.
The Oxford Business Awards is proud to announce that applications for the RWK Goodman Small Business Award are now open! This Award is open to any business based in Oxfordshire with a turnover of less than £5million, irrespective of size. Entrants must be able to show how their business has […]
We’re thrilled to report yet another successful community social networking event that took place yesterday at Oxford Centre for Innovation.
The age of biopharmaceuticals brings with it a huge amount of promise as complex compounds are used to improve targeting of specific conditions and parts of the body. We spoke to Natalie Jackson, the Marketing and Commercial Manager, where RedShiftBio hopes to make a major difference.