Our investor days will showcase 15 new University Spinout companies who have participated in the award winning Innovate UK funded ICURe (Innovation to Commercialisation of University Research) programme and are now seeking early-stage funding and entrepreneurial managers.
A discovery by University of Warwick spin-out company Cytecom offers a new technology for detecting bacteria in minutes by ‘zapping’ the bacteria with electricity.
Innovation to Commercialisation of University Research (ICURe) is designed to move ideas and innovation out of universities and into the marketplace, where they will have the greatest impact. If you are an Early Career Researcher and think your research might have commercial potential, find out how to apply here.
Twelve new university spin-out companies are gearing up to present their ideas later this month at two showcase events in London and Birmingham.
Warwick Ventures is piloting a new mentoring scheme to match experienced business professionals with early career researchers to help coach the researchers and encourage them in viewing their ideas through a commercial lens.