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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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Frontiers in Digital Health: Big Data Difficulties

Applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence offer huge hope to healthcare. But there are also challenges. Hugh will address some of these - specifically the challenges of teaching using misinformation, and then, briefly, societal issues to implementation. More...

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The following page highlights a range of opportunities that are currently available from both within UCL and outside bodies.
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UCL Advances for anyone who wants to learn about, start or grow their own business.

UCL Business (UCLB) for technology development and commercialisation transactions for UCL.

UCL Consultants connects UCL experts with national and international organisations.

UCL Corporate Partnerships develops and manages successful long-term relationships between industry and UCL in the Built Environment, Engineering and Mathematical and Physical Sciences (BEAMS) and Laws, Arts and Humanities, Social and Historical Sciences (SLASH).

UCL Industrial Partnerships provides dedicated support to Faculties and Departments across UCL’s School of Life and Medical Sciences (SLMS) and UCLPartners  to identify, develop and manage long-term relationships with companies within the healthcare sector.

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