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GCEC Conference ends on high with award win for UCL Advances

UCL has ended its hosting of the Global Consortium for Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC) Conference on a high after it was presented with the Centre of Entrepreneurial Leadership Award.
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25 July 2011: UCLB and NCYPE Announce a Commercialisation Agreement with Special Products Limited for Epistatus

UCL Business PLC (UCLB) and the National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE), a specialist epilepsy charity, have signed a commercialisation agreement with Special Products Limited, a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on niche therapeutic areas, in preparation for the marketing of the Special Product's proprietary epilepsy treatment Epistatus® as a licensed medicine. More...

21 July 2011: New enterprise plan at UCL aims for 500 new companies

UCL is launching a five-year campaign to boost the role of enterprise at the university.
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18 July 2011: Will summer school for entrepreneurs uncover the next Richard Branson?

By Mark King, Guardian
In a fresh attempt to kickstart the small business sector, the government has thrown its weight behind the launch of a summer school for student entrepreneurs.
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14 July 2011: Award for UCL start-up that helps take the pain out of applying to medical school

A UCL student business that could help medical school hopefuls gain a place on their course of choice has been recognised in the inaugural Santander Awards of Entrepreneurship.
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7 July 2011: The taste of sweet citrus success!

On 2 July, school students from William Ellis and Haverstock schools staffed eight stalls from Covent Garden to the O2 Centre selling lemonade that they had made. The generous public, bought 1,500 bottles and cups between themselves.
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4 July 2011: Student entrepreneurs set to share idea with China’s billion-plus consumers

An old Chinese saying that ‘in China, good news travels a thousand miles, bad news stays at home’ has proved auspicious for a UCL student start-up. More...

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