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The time is now for northern England
Historically left behind by their peers in the golden triangle, universities in the north are stepping up with their own funds, accelerators and collaborations.
How Evox is engineering a new class of therapeutics
Chief executive Antonin de Fougerolles talks about Evox’s journey to commercialising a new modality that could prove truly transformational.
CytoSeek chases cell therapy’s holy grail
The University of Bristol spinout is working on adapting cell therapies to solid tumours.
Finding a common challenge
The past year has shown a rapid response to global crises is possible when policymakers, universities, entrepreneurs and corporations work together.
Having an IP strategy for spinouts (and why just protecting…
Brown Rudnick partner Mark Lubbock on key issues to consider when formulating an IP strategy.
Nothing but good news
A stunning three-month run for spinouts shows large sums flowing in and out of the innovation ecosystem.
Where there is innovation, there is hope
Universities and investors across the world are ready to tackle the next global challenges.
Life sciences in the time of covid-19 and its impact…
The symbiosis between education and the life sciences sector has been ever present, where universities typically make up a large part of the real estate servicing life sciences companies.

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Platform technologies: going deep to go wide
What are the most important aspects of a technology for a venture capital investor?
When the university participates: structuring the university’s licensor and shareholder…
Brown Rudnick's Michael Cohen outlines matters universities need to discuss when negotiating IP licences.
UCL helps companies grow in a crisis
When the pandemic hit, University College London stepped up to the challenge of supporting local SMEs.
Scottish case study: Feeling the heat with Edinburgh’s Sofant Technologies
Sofant Technologies believes it has mastered a more energy-efficient method for controlling phased antenna arrays, addressing a pain-point in next-generation communications settings such as 5G.
Scottish case study: Edinburgh Napier’s Cyan aims to go global
We speak to Ian Stevenson, chief executive of Cyan, a developer of forensic data analysis tools for serious crime investigations.
Scotland, a small but mighty ecosystem
Punching above its weight, the small northern country is a hotbed for innovation.

Editor's Picks

The time is now for northern England
Historically left behind by their peers in the golden triangle, universities in the north are stepping up with their own funds, accelerators and collaborations.
Scotland, a small but mighty ecosystem
Punching above its weight, the small northern country is a hotbed for innovation.
Corporate briefing: CVC in the time of coronavirus
The Covid-19 crisis could lead to a greater contrast between CVC’s winners and losers
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.
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