Spinout factories: why Ireland's universities punch above their weight
From a university-owned farm and a state agency that funds TTOs and invests in spinouts to a national IP protocol, Ireland has a lot to teach others.
AudioSourceRe pitches sound separation using AI
Munster Technological University spinout AudioSourceRe hopes its technology will be the facilitator for new audio and content creation capabilities.
No more uncomfortable trips to the bathroom: how ProVerum tackles BPH
ProVerum, spun out of Trinity College Dublin, has developed a treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia, a common condition affecting men over 50.
How Equal1 is building a desktop quantum computer
University College Dublin spinout Equal1 has created a programmable quantum chip manufactured on a low-cost foundry CMOS process.
Imec.xpand signs up Gyselinckx
Bert Gyselinckx has been named partner at Imec.xpand, the latest move in a career that stretches back to the early 90s with Imec.
Hart heads to Warwick Innovations as Marks moves to Mindforge role
Tim Hart is replacing Kevin Marks as director of Warwick Innovations, joining from consultancy Oxentia.
8 quantum spinouts breaking new ground
From a diamond-based, room temperature quantum computer to a unified programming language, here are eight quantum technologies of note.
Campus Plus expands to the UK
The Australia-based commercialisation firm is hoping to have operations in all five-eyes countries over the coming years.
10 spinouts to watch: April 2023
A treatment for all lung diseases, a rose petal-inspired coating to make solar cells more efficient and a device to resuscitate newborns are among this month's picks.
Horizon Europe and the UK: is there a way forward?
The UK negotiated associate membership to Horizon Europe in its Withdrawal Agreement from the EU — two years later, it's unclear if it'll ever happen.