For the first time, SIUOxford went on tour! We visited the Oxford BioEscalator- a space for biomedical start-ups to set up their research.
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….
As part of our SIU Conference series, the Oxford division hosted three speakers at the ‘Neurotechnology and Applied Neuroscience’ event on 23rd November 2017 at Magdalen College, a primary sponsor of SIUOxford. Our speakers were selected based on their shared experience of utilising some aspect of applied neuroscience for social and/or commercial impact.
On November 13, 2017, The Oxford Division of the SIU collaborated with Enterprising Oxford to host the CEO and co-founder of Labstep, Jake Schofield. The event was part of the #StartedinOxford series that highlights startups that were founded in the Oxford ecosystem. Here is the summary of the illuminating talk.
Mimicking and understanding the environment molecules, cells and organs work in requires creative thinking and sublime engineering. Microfluidics technology is a product of such a process and makes it possible for researchers to achieve results that cannot be achieved by other means. Read the first instalment of our new 3-part series on microfluidics here to see what we mean.
Progress in modern scientific research is accomplished primarily by collaborative teamwork. In this piece that got shortlisted for the SIU-Naturejobs writing competition, University of Oxford PhD student Sofia D'Abrantes discusses the advantages of academic-industrial collaborations, her advice to foment successful partnerships and what you can do to encourage them.
Did you know that there is much more to the Royal Society than being the world's oldest academy and a fellowship of prestigious scientists? In the second session of SIUConversations in Oxford on March 1st, our audience found out about the projects the Royal Society holds to inspire and initiate innovation in the UK. Read on to find out more.
Timing and the right people are everything when it comes to translating your science into a business. Brian Graves from Imperial Innovations joined us for the 4th session of the SIU360-Oxford and told us about the strategies for selecting the right customer, the right partners and the right avenues to be successful in translation of science into business.
Translating research into industry has a lot of knowns and unknowns associated with it. While we can't control all of these factors, there are some we can control. At the first session of SIU360 in London, Dr. Amir Gander told the audience about the different technology trends in the industry and what researchers should be aware of when translating their work to minimise failure.
OpenCon is a global conference for students, early career researchers and librarians to drive change, innovation and openness in all areas of research
Building successful partnerships between academia and industry. Great science and technology only go so far—the right people are critical
When I tell friends that I did research on something called CRISPR, the first response is often a raised eyebrow and a belief that I’m making some terrible potato-related joke.