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 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..
The promising developments in immunotherapy in recent years catch the attention of not only patients and researchers but also investors. In this article we bring you the latest financial trends in immunotherapy investments.
We are kicking off the new year with the interview we conducted with Genomics PLC, an Oxford spinout with exciting aims. The company works on uncovering the relationship between human genomic data and disease diagnosis. In this article we bring to you the story of how the company was founded and get advice from the founders for new entrepreneurs.
At the 3rd session of our education programme SIU360, we welcomed Steven Zimmer as our speaker in Oxford. Steven talked about the strategies one should be aware of when starting a new business, risks associated with start-ups and how to find the balance between one's passion in science and the market and much more! Here is the summary of what Steven told our participants on November 15.
You are an academic about to start a company. Some of the fundamental questions you need to answer are: How do you focus your efforts, research and priorities after starting a company? Where do you fit in the company that started out with your ideas? At the second Oxford session of our SIU360 education programme our three speakers answered these very questions and shared their inspiring experience with us.
How CAN you start your own business? In this article, SIU is in conversation with Avinash Nanda of Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, who is also a co-founder of the Refugee Connect project, about the 'what', the 'when' and the 'how' of getting started.
A unique insight into the world of a start-up: SIU recently interviewed Alizé Pennec, a scientist from Oxford Biotrans about the her story of transitioning from academia to industry and the journey of this young company.