Brainomix, an Oxford-based leading AI-powered medtech solutions company, is expanding its presence in the US with the introduction of its full suite of FDA-cleared modules in its Brainomix 360 platform for stroke care.
Unipart has launched Unipart Signite, a new SAP consultancy and implementation service combining supply chain expertise with 20 years of building and running SAP systems for some of the largest organisations.
Machine Discovery, an Oxford-based software company that uses machine learning technology to accelerate compute-intensive optimisation and simulation tasks, has secured £4.5m funding.
Oxford Sigma has relocated its HQ to The Oxford Trust’s Oxford Centre for Innovation to accelerate fusion materials technology commercialisation to help tackle climate change and resolve energy security.
The UK’s first fully electric, full-size single-decker autonomous bus service has started operating between Didcot Parkway train station and Milton Park.
Open Cosmos – the leading space tech business making satellites that gather data to solve pressing global challenges – has raised $50m in Series B funding from three leading impact investors, ETF Partners, Trill Impact and A&G.
Oxford GPs have led the nationwide launch of AI-driven assessment technology for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), an incurable medical condition affecting over 1.2 million people in the UK, using the N-Tidal device.
Following the closure of Learning Pool’s office in Combe, West Oxfordshire (which it inherited through the acquisition of HT2 Labs in 2019) last September, the learning technologies company has opened its doors to its newest office in Bicester.
The Rt Hon Victoria Prentis KC MP visited Openreach engineers in Banbury to witness first-hand the innovative engineering techniques being used to deliver ultrafast Full Fibre broadband across her constituency.
Researchers at Oxford University engaged in a conversation with the team at Humans.ai, the creators of the Romanian AI initiative, to explore the potential of AI in enhancing governance.
Oxford nanoSystems (OnS), an innovative materials technology company based in Abingdon, has unveiled its revolutionary electrolyser coating technology that is poised to transform the green hydrogen industry.
Parkwalk has launched the University of Oxford Innovation Fund VI (UOIF VI), the sixth fund in a decade long partnership with Oxford University Innovation (OUI).