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  • There are organisations, events, processes all connected like a metro. The linkages flow from one to the other – but it is not always clear.For more detailed information about each of the institutions – we need to look at Cambridge Technopole report (see website)While you make the links across the institutions I suggest you talk more about the way that multidisciplinary work is done in Cambridge – leading to work that can be commercialised.. Use your experience to describe CIKC....
  • These three elements are at the heart of the portfolio of what happens around Cambridge.There is a community of support agencies – see slide 6 (next one) to understand how there is now a portfolio of support agencies in and around Cambridge...And they have collaborative spirit, mechanisms, largely because people know each other socially and due to work relationshipsAnd because they are individual organisations based on a variety of funding sources there is also a somewhat chaotic environment in which all the agencies operate – as in the next slide
  • This is probably the bit everyone wants to have as an explanation – It is easier to deal with than the soft issuesSo – there iare sources of grant funding that come from the regional government agency; from central government grants that are routed via the university.Cambridge Enterprise has built solid links with the VC community so that it is possible to direct the researchers with new companies towards VCs –but this is not always a happy storyThere was only one science park to begin with now there are a dozen – scattered all round Cambrige. These are run on commericla rental values – but are designed to MINIMISE bureaucracy – so tenants can go in and out easilyt, can grow, etc,mThere is a certain level of space for growth of the technical aspects but when companies need to grow the commercial aspects of business they tend to be either sold to US firms or have an office in or near London and elsewhere – so Cambridge remains largely a technology centre of excellence
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    • 1. IniciativaInternacional Cambridge-CONACYT: Academia, transferencia de tecnología y capital humanotecnoemprendedor
      7 Enero 2010
      2º Foro de Innovación para la Competitividad en México: Transformando la economía mexicana en una economía de innovación y conocimiento.
      Dr Jose Bernardo Rosas Fernandez
      William Gates Building
      15 JJ ThomsonAvenue
      University of Cambridge
      jbr28@cam.ac.uk
    • 2. Technopole Map
      Consultants (technology)
      Network Organisations
      Inside and outside the University
      Businesses as employers
      Conferences each year
      Venture capital
      Business Angels
      Events
      All year round
      Incubation Centres
      Multidisciplinary
      research
      Science Parks
      CIKC
      Government funded
      Support agencies
      Policy making in
      local government
      Cambridge Enterprise
      CfEL
      IfM
      Academic Departments
      University Departments
    • 3. 1686
      1209
      Origin of the University
      Deeply rooted academic excellence
      present
      81 Nobel Prizes
      • Origin dates back to 1209
      • 4. Consists of 31 colleges
      • 5. 800 years of academic excellence
      • 6. Newton, Darwin, Rutherford, Bragg, Bohr, Whittle (jet engine), Watson and Crick (DNA)……all Cambridge academics
      • 7. The University with the largest number of Nobel prizes in the world: 81 since 1904
    • University of Cambridge Research Funding
    • 8. Emergence of a technopole
      http://www.ifm.eng.cam.ac.uk/ctm/teg/documents/CambridgeTechnopole2008_000.pdf
    • 9. Soft infrastructure
      Legal and regulatory of the University
      Intellectual Prop. policy
      Human Resources policy
      Tech transfer; consulting contracts; Contracts with companies; licencing
      Education and training
      Student societies
      Networks
      MIT-Camb Institute
      Cambridgenetwork
      Business Angel groups
    • 10. Lakshmi
      Saraswati
      Reconcile values
      At ease with differences and similarities
      Academic excellence is at the heart...
      Managed through being open and transparent
      Benefits of networks -
      Relational and structural social capital
      Trust, friendships
      Wanting to be part of this “club”
      Role model effects
      All through time and cultures
      – the pursuit of intellect has been held separately from the pursuit of wealth
    • 11. Hard infrastructure
      Grants – proof of concept funding
      Access to venture capital
      Incubation spaces
      Science parks and industrial spaces
    • 12. Build an ecosystem
      Trust and openness
      Feel good, positive, open minds
      Easier to learn
      Risk tolerance – defining this – push your boundaries
      Skills, behaviours, emotions
      Networks
    • 13. Critical Mass of International Companies
      • Companies understand that to maintain competitiveness they must be increasingly innovative and interdisciplinary
      • 14. Relying solely on internal resources for new product development can be a recipe for disaster
      • 15. Philips, Intel, Xerox have pioneered a new Open Innovation approach based on inflows and outflows of knowledge to and from external organisations. This is becoming widespread
      • 16. The level of scientific and technical know-how floating around Cambridge has attracted large corporations from all over the world
      • 17. Several corporate R&D centres have been created
      • 18. Cambridge as become an Open Innovation hub
    • Cambridge High-Tech Cluster
      • ~900 high tech firms within 50miles of town centre
      • 19. Wide ranging:
      • 20. Electronics
      • 21. Medical
      • 22. Pharmaceutical, Biotech
      • 23. Computer software and hardware
      Source: Library House, 2006
    • 24. 12
      Other diversification Ecosystem
      Spun-out
      Invested
      Professor
      Andy Hopper
      Owned & Funded
      Sponsor
      Spun-out
      Part funded
      ORL / ATT
      Half funded
      Spun-out
      Bought & Funded
      Sold
      Descendants
      Cantego
    • 25. RealVNC
      Virtual Network Computing
      Merged with Globespan
      Andy Hopper
      Steve Pope
      Andy Hopper
      Peter Warton
      Level5Network
      Andy Hopper
      Ubisense
      Cambridge Broadband
      Andy Hopper
      Andy Ward
      Pete Steggles
      Andy Hopper
      Acquired by Western Multiplex Corp
      IPV (Telemedia Systems)
      Hermann Hauser
      Andy Hopper
      Acquired by American Microwave
      Acquired by AT &T
      Virata(ATML)
      Adaptive Broadband
      Simon Elliott
      David Cleevely
      Hermann Hauser
      TerraPrise
      Amadeus Capital Partners
      VBN online
      Olivetti Research Lab
      Hermann Hauser
      Mike Muller
      Tudor Brown
      Jamie Urquhart
      nCipher
      Tensails
      Alex van Someren
      Nicko van Someren
      Richard Green
      Splashpower
      Andy Hopper
      Acquired by Broadcom
      Acquired by GE
      ARM
      Lily Chang
      James Hay
      ANT
      Element 14
      Icera
      Acquired by Olivetti
      Alex van Someren
      Nicko van Someren
      Small World
      Richard Green
      Authur Chance
      Dick Newell
      Stan Boland
      Simon Knowles
      Stan Boland
      Simon Knowles
      Part of DAKO Diagnostics
      Cambridge Interactive Systems
      DakoCytomation - Merged with Cytomation Inc
      John Snyder
      Dick Newell, Tom Sancha
      Acorn
      Webtop
      Shape Data
      Hermann Hauser, Chris Keightley
      Charles Lang
      Hermann
      Hauser
      IQ Bio
      Peter Duffett-Smith
      Netchannel
      Smartlogik
      Acquired by Dialog
      CAD
      Acquired by
      NTL
      CPS
      Hermann Hauser
      Jack Lang
      Hermann Hauser
      Jack Lang
      Cambridge
      University
      Top express
      Electronic Share Information
      Jack Lang
      Acquired by E* Trade
      CDT
      Analysys
      Muscat
      Laser-Scan
      John Snyder
      Martin Porter
      R. O. Frisch
      Richard Friend
      David Cleevely
      Enterprise Accelerator
      Until 1985
      John Snyder
      1986-1990
      Richard Friend
      Cambridge Semiconductor
      Adam Twiss
      David Reeves
      Plastic Logic
      Zeus Technology
      Gehan Amaratunga
      Florin Udrea
      Pilgrim Beart
      David Cleevely
      Hermann Hauser
      Alec Broers
      1991-1995
      Cambridge Network
      ART
      ActiveRF
      Daniel Hall
      Collin Ager
      Garraint Davies
      Antenova
      Saviso Group
      Innovia
      Cambridge 3G
      Polight Technologies
      Pilgrim Beart
      Adam Twiss
      Bryan Amesbury
      1996-2000
      David Cleevely
      Stephen Elliott
      Pavel Krecmer
      M-Spatial
      Adrian Cuthbert
      Jon Billing
      2001-2002
    • 26. Large private capital investment in 2000-2006
      Source: Library House, 2006
      • The entrepreneurial spirit present in Cambridge has attracted substantial private capital (Venture Capital) to fund the formation and growth of start-up companies
      • 27. GBP 125 M invested in 2005  GBP 1M of value generated in the last 18 month for shareholders and management teams through floatations, mergers and acquisitions (source: Library House)
      • 28. Cambridge + Oxford + Thames Valley = 50% of 2006 VC investment in the UK = 18% of total 2006 VC investment in EU (Euro4.1bn)
      • 29. Cambridge alone ~8% of total VC investment in Eu (source: Ernst &Young)
    • Entrepreneurship Training Road Map
      Research Community
      Early PhD/
      MPhil
      Late PhD
      MBA
      Late UG
      Post Doc
      Enterprise Tuesday
      12 Lectures and Networking – Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation
      Advanced Diploma
      15 Months – Qualification + Enterprise Development
      INSPIRATION
      Entrepreneurial
      Awareness
      INTENTION
      Development of
      Entrepreneurial Skills and Confidence
      Entrepreneurship Lectures
      Entrepreneurship Lectures
      Enterprisers
      4 Days – Creativity, Pitching, Networking
      Emerging Technologies Entrepreneurship
      12 Lectures + Commercialisation Project
      Emerging Technologies Entrepreneurship
      12 Lectures + Project
      INFORMATION
      Idea Evaluation &
      Opportunity Recognition
      Ignite
      6 Days – Validation of
      Technology Ideas
      IMPLEMENTATION
      Business Case
      Development
      Advanced Entrepreneurial Skills
      Disclaimer: This is not a definitive list of all the various programmes on Entrepreneurship available at the University of Cambridge.
      Copyright © 2008 – 2009 Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (CfEL), Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
    • 30. Cambridge Enterprise Group
      With
      Existing
      Companies
      With
      New
      Companies
      Income Distribution
    • 31. The University of Cambridge Discovery FundSupporting the 800th Anniversary Campaign – Our Freedom to Discover
    • 32. Value to the Stakeholders
      In addition to delivering on mission there are...
      knowledge and technology transfer transaction related financial returns
    • 33. RESPONSIVE MODE RESEARCH
      LINK/DTI CHALLENGE PROJECTS
      IKC – allows EPSRC funding to extend towards exploitation
      CIKC Strategic Proposition (re: public funded academic research)
      Targeted
      Research
      Pre-prototype
      Development
      Fundamental
      Research
      Market
      Success
      Pilot
      Manufacturing
      Top-level
      Road-mapping
      Transfer to
      Full Production
      Competitive
      Analysis
      Value Chain
      Analysis
      Partnering/
      Business
      Derisking
    • 34. En mayo 2010
      Programa
      TrisStart
    • 35. Actividades en la semana
    • 36. Technopole Map of Greater Cambridge
      Consultants (technology)
      Network Organisations
      Inside and outside the University
      Businesses as employers
      MUCHAS GRACIAS
      Preguntas, discusiones, etc..
      Son bienvenidas
      Conferences each year
      Venture capital
      Business Angels
      Events
      All year round
      Incubation Centres
      Multidisciplinary
      research
      Science Parks
      CIKC
      Government funded
      Support agencies
      Policy making in
      local government
      Cambridge Enterprise
      CfEL
      IfM
      Academic Departments
      University Departments