Dr Celia Caulcott

UCL launches £50 million technology investment fund

UCL is today launching the UCL Technology Fund to invest £50 million in commercialising its world-leading research emerging over the next five years.

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Festival for digital health

UCL Festival for Digital Health

We are excited to announce our festival programme which will enable you to discover how technology will transform the healthcare system impacting patients, healthcare providers, policy makers, entrepreneurs, industry leaders, researchers and students. Registration is now open!

Our inspiring events include panel discussions, interactive workshops, seminars, showcase demonstrations, poster exhibits and networking opportunities.


RecommendMe: Get Connected, Stay Active, Live Well ~ Launch evening and audience ‘tryathon’

RecommendMe, an innovative digital platform, targets and tailors services to support healthy ageing. It provides a unique solution to a growing problem amongst ageing populations in the UK and other developed countries; social isolation and physical inactivity amongst older adults. More...


Leadership and Management

3-day CPD Accredited Leadership and Management Training for Small Businesses, Entrepreneurs, UCL Staff, Alumni and Post-graduate Students. More...

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London is a scientific powerhouse – and it’s about more than Nobel Prizes

By Stephen Caddick, Vice-Provost (Enterprise) at UCL
THE AWARD of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine this week to London-based professor John O’Keefe, along with his colleagues Moser and Moser, is well-deserved recognition for truly ground-breaking science – science which, in time, could have profound ramifications for the way we understand and treat neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s.

Market success for university research

The recent success of Imperial College in realising £10m cash in exchange for a 10 per cent share holding in Imperial Innovations shows the continued market interest in the commercialisation of university research (report, 24 June).

Letters to the Editor - 17/03 - Science startups, Best of Twitter

[Re: Why Britain’s scientists are failing at business, Friday]
Tim Farron is right to highlight some of the challenges facing all entrepreneurs in this country, but the idea that Britain’s scientific community is failing at business is simply not accurate. More...