Opportunities

MoA Technology

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MoA Technology is spun out from the University of Oxford. The company is developing novel technology with applications in plant protection products.

Quantum Motion Technologies

Quantum Motion Technologies was founded on the research undertaken by Professor Simon Benjamin (Department of Materials, Oxford) and Professor John Morton (Department of Engineering Science, Oxford). The company was formed in June 2017, and is aiming to build a universal quantum computer that would be able to tackle the full range of quantum applications.

Paragraf

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The Parkwalk Opportunities Fund and the Parkwalk-managed University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund V have invested in a £2.64m seed round in Paragraf Limited, a spin-out from the Department of Materials Science at the University of Cambridge.

Paragraf focuses on the production of ‘two-dimensional’ materials, primarily graphene, and the development of devices based on these materials. Using […]

MedaPhor

We are delighted to announce that the Parkwalk Opportunities Fund has participated in the recent financing round of MedaPhor Group plc, the Cardiff University Spin-out and global provider of advanced ultrasound training simulators for medical professionals.

The company is headquartered in Cardiff, UK and Atlanta, USA, with over 500 customers in 45 countries around the […]

Oxford Quantum Circuits

Oxford Quantum Circuits was founded by Professor Peter Leek, who is based at the Clarendon Laboratory Oxford, and is aiming to build a quantum computer based upon a superconducting circuit approach to forming qubits. The intention is to leverage the latest technology in this field and overcome the key challenge that has confounded researchers […]

Creavo Medical Technologies

We are delighted to announce that the Parkwalk Opportunities Fund has made an investment in Creavo Medical Technologies, a University of Leeds Spin-out company, as part of a £13.4 million fundraising.

The round was oversubscribed, exceeded Creavo’s funding target and was strongly supported by existing shareholders including IP Group plc, the University of Leeds, and […]

Predictimmune

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We are delighted to announce that the University of Cambridge Enterprise Fund IV and the Parkwalk Opportunities Fund have closed an investment in Predictimmune Limited, a spinout company from the University of Cambridge. Predictimmune is developing prognostic tests for immune-mediated conditions to aid their management and improve patient outcomes.

Their first offering, PredictImmune-CD, will be […]

Congenica

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We are delighted to announce that the Parkwalk Opportunities Fund and the Parkwalk Technology Fund VII have invested in Congenica Limited, which spun out of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and Department of Health. Congenica has developed software that enables the accurate, rapid and scalable clinical interpretation of genetic and clinical data.

Congenica’s technology is […]

Ilika

Ilika spun out of the University of Southampton’s School of Chemistry in 2004 and quickly established a reputation for the rapid development of novel materials, working with a variety of international companies.

Ilika has a wealth of experience in materials and in working with industrial partners. The company’s novel solid-state battery technology is now close […]

Ceres Power

With technology originating from Imperial College, Ceres Power is a world leader in low cost, next generation fuel cells for use in distributed power products that have the potential to bring cheaper and cleaner energy to homes and businesses. The Group is working with some of the world’s leading companies in order to create […]

PsyOmics

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PsyOmics  is a University of Cambridge spin-out working to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders.

Mental illness accounts for over 15% of the disease burden in developed countries and in England alone, mental illness costs over £51.6bn per annum.

PsyOmics aims to deliver blood based biomarker diagnostics to:

Rapidly diagnose key mental health disorders
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Inflowmatix

The Parkwalk Opportunities Fund has participated in a funding round for Inflowmatix, an Imperial College spin-out company providing high-resolution sensors and associated analytics initially to the water industry. Their technology will enable clients to actively manage their asset base through risk-based preventative maintenance and ultimately dynamic network optimisation.

Spectral Edge

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Spectral Edge has emerged from the highly-regarded Colour Group at the University of East Anglia, a world leader in colour research. The Group is active in a range of different research areas such as Computational Colour Constancy, Physics based vision, Image Reproduction, Colour Graphics, Image Indexing, Colour scanning, Colour Science, and Computer Vision.

The company’s […]

Mind Foundry

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Spun-out of the University of Oxford Machine Learning Group, Mind Foundry has developed advanced machine learning algorithms to help organisations solve problems by unlocking insights hidden deep within their big data.
The day-to-day operation of successful organisations and businesses is increasingly reliant on the analysis of data. Driving these advances is a deluge of data, which is outstripping the […]

Zegami

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Spun-out of the University of Oxford Computational Biology Research Group in February 2016, Zegami allows users to view large collections of images and associated metadata in a single field of view and to perform intuitive data analysis.

With the ability to display tens of thousands of images, documents, video, 3D objects and dashboards in a single […]

Navetas

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Parkwalk invested in Navetas in November 2015. In August 2017 the company was acquired. Transaction details are confidential but if an earn-out is achieved Parkwalk investors will receive c. 85% of their investment cost back over a four year holding period.

Navetas are developing household energy monitoring solutions. The company offers a core product, the Loop Energy Saver, […]

Bodle Technologies

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Bodle Technologies, from the University of Oxford, has developed a novel, smart material for use in low-energy high-resolution displays and glazing. Bodle’s display device offerings offer high flexibility, ultra-high resolution, and very low energy consumption, making a highly attractive proposition for the global display market.

Boxarr

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Boxarr is a Southampton University spin-out that provides analytical and data visualisation support to solve highly complex supply chain, systems, process and project business problems.

The company has developed a unique, versatile tool and powerful methodology that is unparalleled in its ability to represent, elicit, reuse and exploit complex networks of inter-dependency. Boxarr has a prestigious […]

GeoSpock

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GeoSpock, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge, provides a real-time scaleable database for rapidly changing complex data.  The company’s ambition is to become the Google Search of Big Data.

GeoSpock’s technology platform sits at the base of an infinite number of Industry verticals which require real-time analysis of Big Data and all that confers in […]

Cytora

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Founded in early 2013, Cytora has built an event detection technology that can detect factual, real world events in unstructured text. The technology can be scaled to cover all major event categories and be monetised across the Financial Services, Defence and Supply Chain markets.

Extracting real world events from unstructured text also provides data for […]