In Part 2 of our Future of Healthcare event, we welcomed Charlotte Casebourne, CEO of Theolytics. Here’s what she had to say about leading a start-up.
SIUOxford in collaboration with the Oxford Saïd Business School hosted two speakers to highlight the healthcare revolution. In part 1, we heard from Prof Neil Sebire about the future of big data in the UK healthcare system. Read on for more…
As part of the SIU ‘From Idea to Start-up’ event series, SIULondon hosted speakers to share their expertise on the topic of exploring the therapeutic potential of genetic engineering. Read on to learn about innovative companies Shift Bioscience, Touchlight Genetics and more…
SIUOxford recently partnered with the Oxford University Aeronautical Society to host the Inaugural Space Panel. In Part 3, we heard from Jan Wörner, Director General of the Eurorpean Space Agency (ESA). Read on to learn about the role of the ESA in the new Space 4.0 era.
SIUOxford recently partnered with the Oxford University Aeronautical Society to host the Inaugural Space Panel. In Part 2, we heard from Katerina Lengold, founder of Image Airy and current CEO of Limpid. Read on about her journey as a young entrepreneur in the space sector and her new ventures into revolutionising the process of start-up fundraising.
SIUOxford recently partnered with the Oxford University Aeronautical Society to host the Inaugural Space Panel. In Part 1, we heard from Dr Graham Turnock, CEO of the UK Space Agency. Read on to learn more about how the agency supports the booming UK space sector.
For the first time, SIUOxford went on tour! We visited the Oxford BioEscalator- a space for biomedical start-ups to set up their research.
SIUOxford looked to the local start-up scene at the University of Oxford and welcomed Oxford Nanopore Technologies and Oxbotica to our recent event. What do these companies offer, what is their background story and what can we learn from their journey to today’s success?
Together with OxFEST and St. Anne’s College, SIUOxford welcomed three speakers to give their insights into the importance of gender equality in academic research environments. What are institutions and individuals doing to tackle this issue and is there evident progress?
For Part II of our event series on the UK-China ecosystem for science and technology development, our speakers presented the emerging area of contract research organizations and also highlighted academic initatives such as OSCAR, a university of Oxford led facility established in Suzhou, China.
SIUOxford hosted an eye-opening two part event focused on the UK-China collaboration ecosystem for science and technology. In Part I, our three invited speakers addressed why there is a good match between the UK and China and presented two examples of start-ups that have benefitted from such collaboration. Read here for more..
SIUFrankfurt recently hosted an event to raise awareness of open science. What is open science and how is it relevant to the reproducibility crisis facing academia? How does industry view this topic? Read here to find out more….
At our recent event, SIUOxford raised the question, ‘can computers replace humans in biological research?’ Three experts from academia and industry discussed computational contributions in fields such as disease diagnosis with big data, in silico drug discovery, organ simulation and biocatalyst discovery. Read here to find out more…
The new frontier of the fight against diseases such as cancer is genetic engineering of immune system cells to be better equipped to target disregulated cells. SIULondon recently hosted speakers from Cell Medica, Autolus, GSK and Cell & Gene Therapy Catapult to cover research advances in the field of immunotherapy, hurdles to bringing this treatment to the bedside and regulatory challenges. Check out the event summary here…
SIUOxford recently welcomed Prof Steven Caddick, Head of Innovation at the Wellcome Trust, alongside a panel of PhD and PostDoc speakers. Read the event summary for how Prof Caddick framed the PhD experience and gain insight into how our panelists envision the future of the PhD.
SIUKatowice recently hosted Prof. Ted Dinan, currently the Professor of Psychiatry and a Principal Investigator in the Alimentary Pharmabiotic Centre at University College Cork. As an expert in intestinal bacteria, he presented recent findings in the field of psychobiotics- illustrating a pronouced connection between gut microbiota and host mental health. Read here to learn more…
SIUOxford recently hosted their first event as part of SIU Career Sessions- a new series addressing different career paths for scientists, e.g. in industry, start-ups, and consulting. We welcomed Dr. Jan Nygaard Jensen from NovoNordisk and Dr. Ita O’Kelly from Immunocore. Read here to learn their invaluable advice for early career researchers thinking about transitioning to industry.
What is the future of AI? How will machines achieve learning? What is 'practopoiesis' and its new approach to AI development? These are all topics covered at the recent SIUFrankfurt event. Check out the event summary here.
Missed the SIULondon event on March 20th? Here's the event summary covering the advice from both innovators and investors to aspiring entrepreneurs.