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What is working in innovation at University of Oxford like?
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.”
As revenue pressures increase, tech transfer offices must evolve
Tech transfer offices are under increasing pressure to generate revenue, but an innovative tech transfer strategy can help them deliver.
Bridging the gap between man and machine
The quest for human-machine interfaces is increasingly driving CVC investments.
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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Two views on tech transfer and university incubation
Andrew Gaule discusses tech transfer and university incubation with Tal Badt, X-lab Tsinghua University, and Quentin Compton-Bishop, Warwick Ventures.
We are already living in the future
Digital technologies have already reshaped the world in which we live and work. This is already our new shared reality.
Connecticut: the least likely innovation hub in the US
Matthew McCooe, Connecticut Innovations, explores why Connecticut is suddenly one of the most desirable locations for tech startups
Why universities will be disrupted in a digital world
Erik Vermeulen looks at how modern-day technologies are re-defining education and the role of universities.

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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.
Why universities will be disrupted in a digital world
Erik Vermeulen looks at how modern-day technologies are re-defining education and the role of universities.
The important difference between features and benefits
Jennie Flint, commercialisation associate at Cambridge Enterprise, considers the difference between the features of a technology and its benefits.
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