Spinout companies

 Below lists a selection of spinout companies have emerged from the research activities of the Department of Materials.

Developing the three dimensional atom probe

Kindbrisk->Oxford nanoScience->Polaron->Imago->Cameca http://www.cameca.com/instruments-for-research/atom-probe.aspx

In 1997 the company received the Prince of Wales award for Innovation.

Imact case study from REF2014 pdf

Advanced optoelectronic solutions for revolutionary displays and smart windows.

Bodle Technologies http://bodletechnologies.com/

Dr Peiman Hosseni was selected for RAEng entrepreneur training in 2015.

http://innovation.ox.ac.uk/news/oxford-spin-out-to-use-phase-change-materials-for-smart-glazing-displays/

Intelligent Tissue Expanders to Revolutionise Surgery

Oxtec http://www.oxtex.com/

Prof Czeruszka and consultant surgeon Marc Swan received the Alpha Innovator of the year award in 2016.

http://innovation.ox.ac.uk/news/intelligent-tissue-expanders-revolutionise-surgery/

Manufacturing designer spherical nanomaterials

Designer Carbon Materials http://www.designercarbon.com/

http://innovation.ox.ac.uk/news/isis-innovation-spin-manufacture-designer-spherical-nanomaterials/

Alloys by Design

OxMet http://www.oxmet-technologies.com

OxMet has an established portfolio of IP encompassing alloy design methods, proprietary software and optimised alloys. It is targeting a broad range of market sectors including: aerospace, automotive, defence, medical-devices, energy and consumer goods.  https://innovation.ox.ac.uk/portfolio/companies-formed/

Next generation chemical and nanoparticle sensors

OxfordHighQ http://www.oxfordhighq.com/

Oxford HighQ is a pre-spinout from the University of Oxford’s Departments of Materials and Chemistry. The company has been awarded £900k of InnovateUK funding and is scheduled to incorporate in September 2017.