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…
“Digitising chemistry — transforming chemistry into code to make it recordable, reproducible, and shareable — is not about replacing the organic chemist; it’s about giving them a handy chemical calculator. “ Find out here about the promising potential for automation in chemistry research.
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.
Could there be some truth in Hippocrates’ belief that all disease begins in the gut? Recent research is showing us that there is an evident link between gut microbiota and microglial cells in the central nervous system. Read on here to find out more about this association and its importance to neurological function.
We recently spoke to Richard Ashcroft, Professor of Bioethics and Head Deputy of the Department of Law at Queen Mary University to learn more about the importance of addressing ethical questions in the emerging field of genetic engineering. Read on for more.
Smarter healthcare is more personalized healthcare. Can we achieve this by connecting individuals with the broader healthcare system via the Internet of Things (IoT)? And how can Big Data be used to improve patient centricity. Read on here for more.