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Feeding the world: the story of Cellular Agriculture
Cellular Agriculture was spun out of University of Bath in 2016 as the UK’s first startup in the cultured meat space, but its ambitions go far beyond a lab-grown burger.
Figuring out the future at AI@Oxford
University of Oxford held its inaugural artificial intelligence-focused conference last month, bringing together investors and the world’s foremost researchers in the area.
Cracking the quantum puzzle
Academic research towards quantum computing and other quantum technologies is beginning to pay dividends, but continued progress will rely on strong cooperation between academic, industry and government partners.
Recruiting talent for university startups
Osage University Partners talks to three experts on finding the right staff.
Q3 review: a new record within reach
Healthy numbers for the university innovation ecosystem during the third quarter could mean 2019 will again break all records.
Corporate briefing: Being the cool kid
Editor-in-chief James Mawson reflects on how the CVC industry has changed over the years.
The Roaring 2020s
GUV magazine October 2019 issue editorial
Who would stay with Woodford?
Woodford Investment Management has had nothing but bad luck for months and there is a looming question as to whether the firm can survive.

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What’s the appetite for global university-industry collaboration?
Alex Stockham, communications manager at In-Part, looks at the challenges surrounding international collaborations.
Europe’s position narrows as disruption unfolds
Social network Facebook’s plans to launch the Libra blockchain and native cryptocurrency, its custodial wallet and subsidiary Calibra, programming language Move and its governing body the Libra Association based in Geneva, Switzerland, certainly took most of the attention this month.
Arix prepares push for new oncological approaches
Having invested a little over £100m ($134m) into its portfolio over the past two financial years, venture capital firm Arix Bioscience is building a considerable reputation for itself in the life sciences segment.
Smart money helps EMV Capital grow spinouts
When an embattled venture capital investor’s plans have been derailed by budgetary constraints, the stage is set for another backer to step in with the capital to galvanise their portfolio businesses.
Setting up records – an analysis of 2019’s first half
Global University Venturing's analysis of the second quarter of 2019 shows increased investment activity as the year progresses and record-breaking amounts generated through exits.
The storm is up and all is on the hazard
July issue editorial by Thierry Heles, editor, Global University Venturing

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Feeding the world: the story of Cellular Agriculture
Cellular Agriculture was spun out of University of Bath in 2016 as the UK’s first startup in the cultured meat space, but its ambitions go far beyond a lab-grown burger.
Cracking the quantum puzzle
Academic research towards quantum computing and other quantum technologies is beginning to pay dividends, but continued progress will rely on strong cooperation between academic, industry and government partners.
Who would stay with Woodford?
Woodford Investment Management has had nothing but bad luck for months and there is a looming question as to whether the firm can survive.
Revolutionising the learning experience – the story of BibliU
Tao Mantaras, co-founder and chief financial officer of BibliU, tells GUV editor Thierry Heles how his company is fundamentally changing academic publishing and the learning experience.
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