The Oxford Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is the focal point for entrepreneurship research, teaching and networking at Oxford University.
Oxford at Said: A human genome in minutes and what it will mean to you
Oxford Nanopore is a British company, spun out of the University of Oxford in 2005 and founded on the science of Prof Hagan Bayley. It is developing new technology that has the potential to improve greatly the speed and cost of DNA sequencing. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/
Oxford at Said Seminar: Oxford and Oxfam working together on the ethics of war, weapons and humanitarian aid
The practice of protecting unarmed civilians amidst the fierce violence of international and non-international war contends with extreme political realities and rapidly developing robotic weapons technology. Hear how Oxford and Oxfam are working together. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/
Oxford at Said Seminar: Neuroscience
This Oxford at Said seminar showcases some of Oxfords most exciting new research in the area of Neuroscience. Baroness Greenfield will start the evening off with a talk on Neuroscience, where we are now and where we are going. In the second half of the evening, Dr. Cader will present his research on understanding the cellular pathways leading to neuronal degeneration. Dr. Suter Dick will then discuss how the collaboration between industry and academia in the Innovative Medicines Initiative will hopefully speed up the development of better medicines to treat neurodegenerative diseases.
Oxford at Said Seminar: Energy
In this seminar three Oxford academics explore the role of energy demand in a low carbon future, fusion and solar energy.
Oxford at Said Seminar: Drug Discovery
In this seminar two academics explore experimental medicine in early-phase clinical trials and reforming intellectual property.
Oxford at Said: Migration, Life on the Move
An exploration of global migration and development and the economics of migrant labour. The migration process is driven by social, economic, political and other forces and evolves in complex interaction with political decision making, networks, brokers and infrastructures. It has also been acknowledged that the notion of migration includes integration or exclusion on all levels of society, the labour market, the impact on those left in the homeland, and other issues that arise from the experiences on route and on arrival.