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They are doing so and replicating US experience. My contacts in the Business School at Stanford University report that of its annual MBA class of over 200 students, around 10 per cent are now establishing their own businesses after graduation, and the faculty of the Business School are often their mentors and supporters. As this suggests, many start-ups in the UK receive no financial contribution from any university. Indeed, no university may know that the company exists, which is why I believe that the HEFCE figure of 307 start-ups in 2001 is an underestimate.
But Monsanto had just acquired the US drug company Searle, and offered Dwek compensation to leave the field open for Searle. Again typically, Dwek spotted a different opportunity and persuaded Monsanto to send scientists to Oxford. They worked under his direction and reported to Searle, while helping to establish the technology of a new company. 24 Spin-offs, Start-ups and Networks in UK Universities Dwek wanted to create a cycle. ’ The company – Oxford Glycosystems (OGS) – was set up in 1988. OGS was the first company in which the university held shares, though it did not pay for them.
Within a 25 km circle. However, their aggregated location pattern differs significantly from that of their incubators.