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Future Planet Awards 2019
Bibliotech, First Light Fusion, Neurovalens Health, What3Words and Tropic Biosciences competed in this year’s Future Planet Awards at the GUV: Fusion conference.
Unlocking innovation from research
At the start of the year, we celebrated In-Part’s fifth birthday. Since the platform was launched in 2014, we have initiated close to 5,000 new conversations between academia and industry.
My two-cents-worth on Australia’s federal budget
With an emphasis on big-ticket items such as tax cuts and infrastructure in a bid to win the Australian election, the federal budget was sadly lacking in measures to support startups, with very little in the way of direct assistance for the local innovation industry.
Impact investing – time to capture market potential
Sometimes one bottom line is not enough. Many investors are no longer satisfied simply by turning a profit. More and more also want their investments to generate a positive impact in the world.
How to change the world for the better
Anne Dobrée, head of Cambridge Enterprise Seed Funds, talks to editor Thierry Heles about the unit’s work and the evolution of university venturing over the past two decades.
Investing in Israeli companies
Jonathan Tudor, director of Centrica Innovations, was in Israel for the GCV Israel conference, Israel’s first corporate venturing conference, and to launch a £100m Centrica Innovations fund.
Innovation communications: campus, cluster and country
Gregg Bayes-Brown, OUI’s communications manager, shares his thoughts on the drivers and strategies surrounding the communication of university innovation.
Redefining university innovation in the 21st century: Part 2
Christine Gulbranson, chief innovation officer of University of California, continues her deep-dive into the institution's ecosystem and offers six case studies illustrating how spinouts and startups have grown.

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Redefining university innovation in the 21st century: Part 1
Christine Gulbranson, chief innovation officer of University of California, outlines the changes her institution has enacted to support the innovation ecosystem.
Working in innovation at University of Oxford
Gregg Bayes-Brown, former editor of Global University Venturing, became communications manager of OUI in 2016 – here he discusses what the past two years have taught him.
Lab282: two years of drug discovery impact
OUI's Gregg Bayes-Brown talks to Evotec's Thomas Hanke about what Lab282 has achieved in its first two years and what is next for the partnership.
Accurately ranking university innovation
Impact, innovation and the process of turning research into reality have a growing role in university life yet remain overlooked by global rankings. Should the rankings adapt to reflect this? Adam Stoten, chief operating officer, Oxford University Innovation, gives his perspective.
Collaborative networking to support commercialisation
Comment from Denise Graves, university relations director, Michigan Economic Development Corporation – Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Why we are in trouble if we don’t change education
“Developers will be at the centre of solving the world’s most pressing challenges.”

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Impact investing – time to capture market potential
Sometimes one bottom line is not enough. Many investors are no longer satisfied simply by turning a profit. More and more also want their investments to generate a positive impact in the world.
Redefining university innovation in the 21st century: Part 1
Christine Gulbranson, chief innovation officer of University of California, outlines the changes her institution has enacted to support the innovation ecosystem.
How science can bring about a eureka moment for Indian…
The Indian innovation ecosystem is slowly catching up with that of the US, but more needs to be done, argue Tarun Khanna and K Vijay Raghavan.
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