UOIF IV

Arago Biosciences

Arago Biosciences, a spin-out company from the University of Oxford’s Department of Chemistry, has designed a new way of detecting and quantifying molecules. The patent-protected technology allows users to carry out label-free imaging, localisation, and accurate mass determination of single biomolecules in solution. The approach has the potential to revolutionise the characterisation of molecular […]

Bibliotech

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Bibliotech’s proposition was driven by the realisation that the supply of textbooks is space and cost constrained within academic institutions and students who can generally only afford a selection of those resort to borrowing or downloading titles. An online solution which could provide access to a wider range of textbooks would not only address […]

Oxford Endovascular

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Oxford Endovascular are developing a novel treatment for treating brain aneurysms. The Oxford technology uses a special laser-cut metal alloy which has a shape-memory. It can be posted into a catheter during surgery, inserted into the brain and opened up into a tiny tube mesh (‘flow diverter’) that fits into the natural shape of […]

Salunda

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Salunda has developed patented, contactless sensor technology for monitoring machinery in very harsh environments. Sensors scan components such as pistons, rotors and seals for wear and failure. A profile of the component surface can be recorded with sensitivities of as little as tens of microns. Sensors can warn of imminent failure by detecting cracks, […]

Brainomix

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Brainomix is aiming to improve stroke treatment dramatically by developing software that gives all hospitals and clinics access to reliable diagnoses for their patients. Strokes are the third highest cause of death and the primary cause of disability worldwide and yet, even in Europe and the US, up to half of patients who should […]