The Royal Society announces two further investments in two UK spin-outs from its Enterprise Fund.

The Royal Society, the oldest scientific fellowship society in existence, has made two investments in UK spin-outs through the Royal Society Enterprise Fund.

The first investment was for an undisclosed amount in Cambridge-based University of Warwick life sciences spin-out Base 4 Innovation, and was made alongside Oxford Technology Enterprise Capital Fund and Oxford Instruments founder Sir Martin Wood.

Sir Martin said: “Entrepreneurs creating and growing new companies desperately need access to reasonably-priced risk capital and consistent long-term support from investors. …

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