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“This Great Adventure” is a well-known song but the company of the same name has made a business out of technology-based story-telling.
Helio Display Materials moved into the Wood Centre for Innovation in April with a mission to revolutionise television screen performance with its new technology that makes colours more vivid while reducing power consumption.
We spoke to Dr Rhys Newman, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, about Visionary Machines and the software they are developing to create superhuman vision for machines.
OxDX Ltd has moved into R&D labs at the Trust’s Wood Centre for Innovation to commercialise a novel approach of detecting pathogens by the unique light signature they emit when made fluorescent.
Starting with migraines, Human Centric Drug Discovery is relying on human data to find a new generation of drugs to treat brain disorders.
We spoke to Executive Chair and Co-Founder of QuantrolOx, Professor Andrew Briggs to find out about the company’s pioneering quantum technology.
In the last three months, we’ve seen a flurry of new companies joining our two innovation centres in Oxford, with nine new science and tech start-ups and SMEs joining our thriving community.
DJS Antibodies is a dynamic new biotech company, working out of the Trust’s new R&D labs at the Wood Centre for Innovation. The company is pioneering the development of novel therapeutics to treat the world’s most critical inflammatory diseases, a class of disease that accounts for more than 50% of deaths worldwide.