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Oxford

DEVELOPING THE NEXT-GENERATION OF SCIENCE-ENTREPRENEURS

Academic research is a source of innovation with an astronomical impact on our society. In healthcare, the world’s first antibiotic, Penicillin, was researched and developed for mass production by academics here at the University of Oxford. In technology, the invention without which our generation is unable to function, the World Wide Web, was invented byaaa

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How to protect your idea and when to ask for advice – Lecture

Have you made a new discovery, developed a technique, a device, or want to learn what aspects of your research may have a commercial potential? Or you simply struggle with a common scientists’ dilemma: publish or patent? Join Innovation Forum Oxford on the 10th of January at the JR Hospital for a two-part lecture: Theaaa

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How to define your target market – Lecture

So, you’ve developed an idea for a business, have begun to build a small team and are preparing to raise initial capital. But what’s missing? Surprisingly, many ventures don’t succeed because actually, they fail to properly define their target market at the outset. If you don’t know precisely whom you’re aiming to sell to andaaa

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