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University spinout develops nanoscale printing technology for smaller, lighter semiconductors

20 Feb 2018

New technology makes micro-chips with features 4,000 times smaller than a human hair

Cancer Research UK: Scientists halt breast cancer spread

19 Feb 2018

Scientists have discovered that an amino acid called asparagine is essential for breast cancer spread, and by restricting it, cancer cells stopped invading other parts of the body in mice, according to research* part-funded by Cancer Research UK and published in the journal Nature today

PraxisAuril responds to the KEF consultation (Feb 2018)

6 Feb 2018

PraxisAuril members have helped to inform our response to the KEF consultation launched by HEFCE's Technical Advisory Group.

BBSRC Innovator of the Year

19 Jan 2018

Now celebrating its 10th year, this competition recognises and rewards individuals and small teams who have harnessed the potential of their excellent research.

In-depth review of the revised Lambert Toolkit

19 Jan 2018

In-depth review of the revised Lambert Toolkit in PLG's Business Development and Licensing journal

Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) and HE-BCI event

10 Jan 2018

Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) and Higher Education – Business and Community Interaction (HE-BCI) review

Alta Innovations relaunches as University of Birmingham Enterprise

8 Jan 2018

Alta Innovations Ltd, the 100%-owned technology transfer company for the University of Birmingham, announces it has changed its name to University of Birmingham Enterprise Ltd.

PraxisAuril Patron is global ambassador for UK knowledge exchange

12 Dec 2017

PraxisAuril Patron, Dr David Secher, will address the 2017 Conference for Presidents/Vice-Presidents and Technology Transfer Officers of Universities and Research Institutions which will be held in Osaka, Japan, this week.

Spinouts UK has released its quarterly report on the UK's university spin-out landscape

11 Dec 2017

Spinouts UK has released its quarterly report on the UK's university spin-out landscape.

Financing Growth measures introduced in Budget

22 Nov 2017

The Treasury released its response to the consultation 'Financing Growth in Innovative Firms' to coincide with the Chancellor's Budget speech this week.

Konfer collaboration tool launched in beta phase

15 Nov 2017

The National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) has launched the beta version of its online brokering tool konfer.

Research England Council confirmed

2 Nov 2017

UKRI has confirmed membership of the inaugural Research England Council, which includes PraxisAuril Board member Dr Phil Clare.

Showcase your research in front of 2000+ laboratory professionals

20 Oct 2017

Lab Innovations in partnership with PraxisAuril and Eppendorf is giving 15 selected applicants the chance to showcase your latest research at the UK's only exhibition dedicated to the laboratory industry.

Novel method for hard tissue regeneration, significant departure from current therapies, described in Scientific Reports

18 Oct 2017

A research team led by the University of Birmingham has found a new method which could mark the first step in a new direction for hard tissue regeneration with the potential to help repair bone, teeth and cartilage, according to a paper published today in Scientific Reports.

Media Information about the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference

18 Oct 2017

The NCRI Cancer Conference is the UK’s major forum showcasing the best British and international cancer research, bringing together 1,500 leading experts from across the world.

The Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards

18 Oct 2017

Celebrating Scotland's innovative academic - business partnerships NOW OPEN FOR ENTRIES

PraxisAuril Legal and Investor Forum SIG

18 Oct 2017

Paula Alessandro is a solicitor at Queen Mary Innovation Ltd (QMI), the intellectual property commercialisation company of Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). She joined QMI in 2016 after a successful career in investment banking during which time she also gained a MBA from Warwick Business School. As QMI’s lead counsel, Paula is responsible for all its legal affairs which includes advising on commercialising university research through various structures such as licensing and spin-out companies.