In this week’s episode of the Talking Tech Transfer podcast we chat with Michael Kearney, principal at The Engine – the tough tech incubator and patient capital fund backed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University – about the importance of hiring diverse teams (in spinouts and in fund management), the highly unique […]
In this week’s episode of the Talking Tech Transfer podcast we chat with Jason Whitney, vice-president of venture development at IU Ventures and executive director of the IU Angel Network, about the Angel Network, why it takes care of due diligence for investors and why it emphasises educating angels. He also discusses the origins and […]
Global University Venturing's publisher Mawsonia has been named a 2021 recipient of the Queen's Award for Enterprise: International Trade.
Sara Wallin is the relatively new chief executive of Chalmers Ventures, having only joined the incubator and venture arm of Chalmers University of Technology in December 2020. But she brought with her a wealth of experience and on this episode of Talking Tech Transfer she tells us why she took the job at Chalmers, and […]
Historically left behind by their peers in the golden triangle, universities in the north are stepping up with their own funds, accelerators and collaborations.
Chief executive Antonin de Fougerolles talks about Evox’s journey to commercialising a new modality that could prove truly transformational.
The University of Bristol spinout is working on adapting cell therapies to solid tumours.
The past year has shown a rapid response to global crises is possible when policymakers, universities, entrepreneurs and corporations work together.
Brown Rudnick partner Mark Lubbock on key issues to consider when formulating an IP strategy.
A stunning three-month run for spinouts shows large sums flowing in and out of the innovation ecosystem.