Archive for the ‘Bath Ventures’ Category

Sustainable cities conference: Building the future

A conference looking at the businesses and technologies that are cutting carbon and making cities more sustainable will run at the Bath Ventures Innovation Centre on Friday 17 September 2010.

Paul Kane interviewed by TV & radio on being a keyholder to internet security

Paul Kane, CEO of CommunityDNS, based at the University of Bath’s SETsquared Innovation Centre, was interviewed by BBC Radio 4's PM programme about his new role as keyholder for a new global internet security system.

Bath entrepreneur holds key to internet security

Paul Kane, CEO of CommunityDNS, based at the University of Bath’s SETsquared Innovation Centre, has been selected to safeguard one of seven keys to restart the World Wide Web in the event of a catastrophic event, such as a terrorist attack.

Knowledge Transfer Account helps to develop life-saving anti-bacterial coating

A new project has begun in the Department of Chemistry to develop an anti-bacterial coating that could be used in healthcare and other markets with the potential to save money and even lives.

Uni spin-out company NanoGaN is acquired

NanoGaN, a spin-out company from the University of Bath, has been acquired by semiconductor wafer manufacturer IQE plc.

New Director of Bath Ventures appointed

Ron Humphreys has been appointed as the new Director of Bath Ventures.

US Cleantech mission targets Bath

The University’s Bath Ventures Innovation Centre is hosting a Mission of US Clean Technology executives on Friday, 17th July, as part of a roadshow which will take in London, Oxford, Cambridge and Bath. The aim of the Mission is to open opportunities for collaboration within the United States Cleantech and Energy markets.

Innovating the wireless industry out of recession

The third Wireless2.0 conference is being held in Bristol on 3 July. The conference will bring together senior executives of the wireless industry.

Mobile phone entrepreneurs invited to networking event

The openMIC Mobile Innovation Camp is being held in Bristol on 2 July for anyone with ideas for new mobile phone applications. The networking event is taking place from 9am at the Mercure Holland House Hotel & Spa and will include discussions and debate on developing new mobile applications and mobile web services as well as the chance to develop new ideas.

Banter and Bath Ventures thank local entrepreneurs

Banter, the University's Entrepreneurs Society, and Bath Ventures raised a glass to thank to the City's entrepreneurs who have provided mentoring, advice and guidance to the many new University businesses that have started-up this year.