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Welcome to PraxisUnico: an influential UK network that drives the commercialisation of academic and public sector research; a strong voice for technology and knowledge transfer.

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PraxisUnico: a unique learning resource

The training you and your team need to maximise and extend your technology and knowledge transfer skills.

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PraxisUnico: global contacts and connections

PraxisUnico connects you to the growing global technology and knowledge transfer sector and its stakeholders.

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PraxisUnico: powerful networking events

PraxisUnico events bring together professionals from academia, business and government to exchange views and explore opportunities.




New Practical Guide: Confidentiality Agreements - out now

14 January 2015

The new Practical Guide is out now and free for members of PraxisUnico.

Brazilian universities and research organisations meet with PraxisUnico

14 January 2015

Nessa Carey, International Director at PraxisUnico recently met a number of delegations from Brazil at the request of the FCO and IPO.

Patent Box scheme removal

9 January 2015

PraxisUnico considers the implications of the proposal to remove the Patent Box scheme.

PraxisUnico Conference 2015 Open for Registration

9 January 2015

The PraxisUnico Conference 2015 will be held in Dublin on June 10-12. Register now!



New CRACK IT Solution - Partners sought to validate rodent home cage behavioural monitoring system

22 January 2015

Actual Analytics is seeking partners to help validate and extend the scope of their innovative home cage analysis system, which provides 24/7 monitoring of rodent behaviours in a group-housed environment.

Partners sought to develop aptamer-based alternatives to antibodies developed in animals

22 January 2015

Aptasol are seeking partners interested in adopting or helping to develop their aptamers to replace the use of traditional animal-derived antibodies.

University investment fund gives Li-Fi spin-out a brighter future

21 January 2015

Old College Capital (OCC), the venture investment arm of the University of Edinburgh, has recently participated in the investment round for University spin-out company, pureLiFi Ltd.

UKIF Event: Addressing the need for remote monitoring efficiencies for healthcare - March 24 2015

14 January 2015

From Medilink UK & STFC - Delivered by Lifesciences Healthcare, supported by the Motorsport Industry Association & UK Innovation Forum 
The UK Innovation Forum is delighted to be supporting this novel cross-industry partnering and innovation event addressing the need for remote monitoring efficiencies for healthcare.

Isis Innovation: Record proof-of-concept investment in new Oxford ventures in 2014

12 January 2015

Isis Innovation reports that over twenty new Oxford technologies and ventures received a record £2.6m in proof-of-concept funding in 2014.


£1m for UK manufacturing firms to maximise value of innovation

29 January 2015

Manufacturing firms have been invited to bid for a share of £1 million to boost UK innovation.

£1.25bn raised in life science IPOs during 2014

29 January 2015

The Future of Healthcare Investor Forum highlighted the opportunity presented by investment in UK life science.

Innovate UK: £6m funding available for whole-life performance and Construction Supply Chain

29 January 2015

Innovate UK are pleased to announce £6 million funding in the following areas: Building whole-life performance and the Construction Supply Chain.

EPSRC Industrial CASE Studentships

29 January 2015

The Smith Institute for Industrial Mathematics and System Engineering has received from EPSRC Industrial CASE Studentships to support postgraduate researchers working on new industrial-academic collaborations in mathematics.They seek projects that combine a significant mathematical research challenge with the prospect of commercial impact.

UKTI identifies opportunities for UK companies in Germany

27 January 2015

UKTI has identified 3 major opportunities in Germany, with Audi, Bosch and TüV seeking to work with innovative technology companies.


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