Oxford University Innovation (OUI) is set to welcome more than 50 investors to connect them with spinout companies seeking investment and partnership.

Taking place today, June 25, the event will focus on connecting investors with deep tech spinout companies, those looking to solve problems with technological innovation, in a variety of sectors including AI, robotics, computing and more.

The showcase, hosted by OUI, the university's technology transfer office, is set to feature regional and international investors such as Mubadala Capital, IP Group, and SOSV.

The showcase day in Oxford will provide an opportunity for spinouts to network with other companies.

It will be hosted at both the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus near Didcot and the university's Saïd Business School.

Guests will be introduced to Oxford spinouts including AI-driven health tech company Brainomix, and Brill Power, who are making advances in battery life, performance and sustainability for electric vehicles.

Dr Mairi Gibbs, the new chief executive of OUI, said: "The solutions to some of the most pressing societal problems – from mitigating climate change to curing deadly diseases – are rooted in pioneering university research, and we’re extremely excited to host deep tech investors here today."

Alun Williams, investment director at Parkwalk, an IP Group company, added: "We see fantastic opportunities to partner with other global investors to fund and grow world class deep tech companies born out of incredible scientific and technological discoveries made at the University of Oxford."