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.
University of Oxford held its inaugural artificial intelligence-focused conference last month, bringing together investors and the world’s foremost researchers in the area.
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.
Osage University Partners talks to three experts on finding the right staff.
Healthy numbers for the university innovation ecosystem during the third quarter could mean 2019 will again break all records.
Editor-in-chief James Mawson reflects on how the CVC industry has changed over the years.