Comment from Adam Stoten, chief operating officer, Oxford University Innovation
2020 started in relatively normal fashion for Oxford University Innovation (OUI), the tech transfer office of University of Oxford. The upheaval of Brexit and the general election were behind us – or perhaps at least the most acute psychological trauma – and there were signs that markets and investors were also feeling more positive. While…
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