TABLE OF CONTENTS
Analysis of protein structural parameters
Signal cross coupling method
Enhanced oxygen sensing matrix
Sparse decomposition of arrays
Raising the temperature of innovation
A smart piece of equipment
Inducible CRISPR-TR system
Localising mobile devices
Precision displacement sensing
External temperature and humidity monitoring
A suite of software that links several biomolecule characterisation techniques.
A compact signal coupler that can be easily integrated into wider circuitry.
Fast-response optical device for the detection of oxygen in liquids and gases.
Software that identifies the components of gene expression associated with genetic variation.
High frequency ultra-miniature total pressure probe that can be used in high-temperature environments.
A mouth guard which allows the wearer to monitor and track their performance and physical exertion on the field.
Genome editing platform that allows for spatiotemporal control of endogenous gene expression.
New visual-intertial odometry algorithms that utilise a machine learning approach.
A low-frequency device to measure 3D displacement found in solid media, such as concrete or soil.
Highly sensitive electrochemical oxygen sensor with a built-in voltammetric thermometer.
Oxford University launches 150th spinout company
Augmented and virtual reality spinout 6Degrees is the 150th spinout firm from Oxford University.
Nightstar raises $75m IPO
Gene therapy spinout Nightstar Therapeutics successfully completes IPO, and signs deal with Oxford University Innovation to tackle Stargardt disease...
...and expands pipeline to target Stargardt disease
Gene therapy spinout Nightstar Therapeutics signs deal with Oxford University Innovation to tackle Stargardt disease.
#StartedinOxford winner crowdfunds to develop homeless donations app
Oxford University graduate and research assistant has launched a crowdfunding campaign to develop a mobile phone app that will help the homeless.
University of Oxford Innovation Fund IV launches
Oxford’s early-stage EIS/SEIS fund returns to take advantage of new benefits to investors in high tech firms unveiled in the budget.
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