UK universities intensify efforts to develop start-ups

By: | November 9, 2019

When Andrew Lynn set up medical device company Orthomimetrics, based on research from his doctorate at the University of Cambridge, it took 18 months to obtain the necessary intellectual property protection. Eight years later, after selling the business, he was back at Cambridge, co-founding Fluidic Analytics, turning the research of chemistry professor Tuomas Knowles into a business selling tools for protein characterisation that can improve diagnosis of diseases. Read more from the Financial Times.