Applied Morphomics has formally spun out of University of Michigan to deliver a medical analytics service powered by morphological scans of patients.
The total raised by Oxford’s spinouts was down from $229m year-on-year, though university tech transfer office OUI also marked its largest ever single exit during the period.
IT training software spinout Sidecar Learning has received capital from University of Arizona’s Asset Development Program after joining the state-funded I-Corps accelerator.
Licensing revenues at Nationwide Children’s Hospital fell from $36.7m in 2017, though the hospital is reportedly projecting turnover of at least $25m for the first quarter of 2019.
RIT spinout HHI is looking for grant funding to commercialise a cardiovascular monitoring toilet seat intended for patients recovering from heart failure.
Goethe University Frankfurt has spun out Vivlion to commercialise a library of the human genome that could drive the development of more Crispr therapies.
Sana has emerged with funding from investors including F-Prime Capital, Arch and Flagship Pioneering to develop genetically modified hypoimmogenic stem cells.
OUI’s first social enterprise spinout, Sophia Oxford, will implement a multidimensional poverty index and standards intended to help corporates respond to the needs of workforces.