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1 Knowledge for bright ideas – how research can support innovative health systems Guest lecturer Dr Nick Fahy is a research group director for health and wellbeing at RAND Europe, where he oversees research in such areas as health systems and healthcare innovation, and the behavioural and social determinants of health and wellbeing. Nick Fahy 07 Mar 2022
2 Closing Remarks of the Oxford Summit 2021 Closing remarks from the Oxford Summit 2021 online event. With Prof Chas Bountra CBE, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Innovation, University of Oxford and Dr Phil Clare, Deputy Director, Research Services, University of Oxford. Chas Bountra CBE, Phil Clare 02 Nov 2021
3 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future research focus group feedback Feedback from the research focus groups which explored specific topics identified in the keynotes in more detail. Simon Andrews, Manar Alsaif, Marina Bulova, Simon Hepworth 02 Nov 2021
4 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future talk 2 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future: Mobilising the University-Industry-Government Partnership to drive innovative solutions at pace and scale Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
5 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future talk 1 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future: Mobilising the University-Industry-Government Partnership to drive innovative solutions at pace and scale. Rob Miller, Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
6 Introduction to the Transitioning to a Sustainable Future theme Welcome and introduction to the Transitioning to a Sustainable Future theme. With Tomas Coates Ulrichsen, Director of the University Commercialisation and Innovation (UCI) Policy Evidence Unit, University of Cambridge. Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
7 A return to multilateralism research focus group feedback With delegates from the UK, US and Europe in attendance the research focus groups reflected on and discussed the practicalities of international partnerships in this new era of Post-Trump and Post-Brexit. Joe Marshall, Alison Campbell OBE, Alice Frost, Fariba Soetan 02 Nov 2021
8 A return to multilateralism Q and A Q and A session with the keynote speakers of the a return to multilateralism theme Dame Ottoline Leyser, Mojdeh Bahar, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
9 A return to multilateralism talk 2 A return to multilateralism: How are the UK and US Governments grappling with grand challenges in a multilateral way using international partnerships? Mojdeh Bahar, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
10 A return to multilateralism talk 1 A return to multilateralism: How are the UK and US Governments grappling with grand challenges in a multilateral way using international partnerships? Dame Ottoline Leyser, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
11 Catalysts for innovation at pace research focus group feedback Taking the provocations from the keynote talks the research focus groups feedback on which catalysts and new approaches they want and plan to continue in university-industry-government collaborations. Amanda Savaratnam, Carla Leigh, Christian Holtze, Rebecca Wilson 01 Nov 2021
12 Catalysts for innovation at pace Q and A Q and A session with the keynote speakers of the Catalysts for innovation at pace theme. Nick Scott-Ram, Bryan Haynes, Phil Clare 01 Nov 2021
13 Catalysts for innovation at pace talk 2 Bryan Haynes shares examples of how Kimberly-Clark Corporation has responded to COVID-19, what drove the changes, what difficult choices had to be made, and what was possible in a crisis that would have been more difficult before. Bryan Haynes 27 Oct 2021
14 Catalysts for innovation at pace talk 1 Dr Nick Scott-Ram MBE, Managing Director - Life Sciences, Sensyne Health, Chaired by Dr Phil Clare, Deputy Director, Research Services, University of Oxford. Nick Scott-Ram 27 Oct 2021
15 Cre-AI-tivity: Blood in a Whatsapp message? This last in our trilogy explores data as the foundation of AI systems. We learn how this enables mapping individual learners' progress and benchmarking in a teaching context, but also how that data exchange raises ethical issues. Abigail Williams, Jussi Ängeslevä, Carl Schoenfeld 28 May 2021
16 Cre-AI-tivity: Hogwarts 4ever? The second in our trilogy of podcasts explores the role AI can play in story creation and development. We learn how machines can extend a fictional story world, as well as our interaction with it. Abigail Williams, Jussi Ängeslevä, Carl Schoenfeld 17 May 2021
17 Strachey Lecture: How Innovation Works: Serendipity, Energy and the Saving of Time Innovation is the main event of the modern age, the reason we experience both dramatic improvements in our living standards and unsettling changes in our society. Matt Ridley 12 May 2021
18 Sustainability on stage: FoodTech and the spectacle of innovation Tanja Schneider (University of St Gallen, Switzerland) gave this presentation for the UBVO seminar series on 12 March 2020 Tanja Schneider 25 Feb 2021
19 Healthcare after the COVID-19 pandemic: the walls are coming down Join Professor Chas Bountra, Professor of Translational Medicine and Professor Sir Charles Godfray as they discuss how the healthcare system has had to adapt due to the Covid-19 pandemic and what this means in the future. Chas Bountra, Charles Godfray 04 Feb 2021
20 Enterprising Women: Lunch and Learn – Dr Martine Abboud, Department of Chemistry Dr Martine Abboud talks about her scientific journey as a first-generation graduate, how to maintain life-work balance and the various enterprise-related opportunities a science researcher can access in Oxford. Martine Abboud 09 Jul 2019
21 Enterprising Women: Lunch and Learn – Prof Angela Russell, Department of Organic Chemistry Find out how Prof Angela Russell combines the worlds of business and research through Oxtem, a company she co-founded, and still find time for family life. Angela Russell 09 Jul 2019
22 Driving Africa's prosperity through sustainable and innovative practices Guest lecture by the 6th President of Mauritius- Prof Ameenah Gurib-Fakim. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim 04 Jun 2019
23 Creative Commons Innovations to improve outcome and patient safety in low and middle income countries Ms Sarah Kessler discusses and shows clips from ‘The Checklist Effect’, the award-winning documentary inspired by the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist. Shafi Ahmed, Sarah Kessler 01 May 2019
24 Who drives change in Africa? In the second of our special two-part episode, we learn about Africa’s competitive advantages, shifting demographics, and the leadership challenges and opportunities faced by young people and women. Vera Songwe, Kola Adesina, Erik Hersman 16 Apr 2019
25 A closer future for Africa? As countries across Africa vote on ratification of the landmark Continental Free Trade Agreement, we learn more about what's at stake for the continent in the first of a special two-part episode. Vera Songwe, Kola Adesina, Erik Hersman 05 Apr 2019
26 OxPeace 2018: Strategy, Innovation and Peacebuilding: lessons from Northern Ireland Eva Grosman gives a talk on ‘Strategy, Innovation and Peacebuilding: lessons from Northern Ireland’ at the 2018 Oxpeace Conference. Eva Grosman 16 Nov 2018
27 Creative Commons The future of Innovation and Government. Creating the future of science by driving innovation in health and life sciences. Ruth McKernan 19 Oct 2017
28 Should surgical innovation be taught and encouraged? Mr Henk Giele asks should surgical innovation be taught and encouraged. We are all creative and we are all innovative, and we don’t have to be a genius or a special type of person to invent something. Henk Giele 17 Oct 2017
29 The Real Superheroes: Reflecting on the Challenges and Opportunities of Innovators in and of Higher Education spaces in Refugee Camps Heather Donald (York University) and Laura Stankiewicz (Harvard and Tufts Universities) give a talk for the Innovative Approaches to Education and Skills Training in Humanitarian Contexts panel. Heather Donald, Laura Stankiewicz 02 Dec 2016
30 Refugee Co-Instructors: How Residents of Nakivale Refugee Settlement in Uganda are Teaching Students at the University of Denver to Bridge the Gap between Policy and Practice Courtney Welton-Mitchell (University of Denver), Chen Reis (University of Denver), and Frederic Kastner (Fuse Foundation) gives a talk for the Innovative Approaches to Education and Skills Training in Humanitarian Contexts Panel. Courtney Welton-Mitchell, Chen Reis, Frederic Kastner 02 Dec 2016
31 Operationalising empathy in refugee camp design Neysan Zölzer (Mensch) gives a talk for the Design in Humanitarian Innovation panel. Neysan Zölzer 02 Dec 2016
32 Experiences with a threefold humanitarian innovation approach Jochan Bader and Reihaneh Mozaffari, More than Shelters give a talk for the Design in Humanitarian Innovation panel. Jochan Bader, Reihaneh Mozaffari 02 Dec 2016
33 The impact of design for humanitarian action: examples from Design without Borders’ projects Anjali Bhatnagar (Design without Borders), gives a talk for the Design in Humanitarian Innovation panel. Anjali Bhatnagar 02 Dec 2016
34 Energy for the Displaced part three Michael Keating and Glada Lahn (Chatham House) give a talk for the Energy for the Displaced panel. Michael Keating, Glada Lahn 02 Dec 2016
35 Energy for the Displaced part two Ben Good (GVEP International) gives a talk for the Energy for the Displaced panel. Ben Good 02 Dec 2016
36 Energy for the Displaced part one Christopher Baker-Brian (BBOXX) gives a talk for the Energy for the Displaced panel. Christopher Baker-Brian 02 Dec 2016
37 Preserving space for adaptation - a success factor for achieving community agency and long-term impact Robin Mays (University of Washington) gives a talk for the Co-Creation and Participatory Approaches to Humanitarian Innovation panel. Robin Mays 02 Dec 2016
38 Reflections from ideation facilitation with vulnerable groups Ian Gray (independent consultant) gives a talk for the Co-Creation and Participatory Approaches to Humanitarian Innovation panel. Ian Gray 02 Dec 2016
39 Innovators or amateurs? The role of do-it-yourself-aid Anne-Meike Fechter (University of Sussex) gives a talk for the Co-Creation and Participatory Approaches to Humanitarian Innovation session. Anne-Meike Fechter 02 Dec 2016
40 Quantifying and Mitigating Human Generated Vibration in Museum Exhibits Daniel Bone, Deputy Head of Conservation, Ashmolean Museum, gives a short talk for Oxford University Museums Staff Conference. Daniel Bone 31 Oct 2016
41 FMR 53 General - Engaging with innovation among refugees and IDPs Traditional humanitarian actors should develop mechanisms to support innovation by displaced people. Danielle Robinson 11 Oct 2016
42 Creative Commons IDEAL and the FDA Regulation, Commissioning, HTA and Policy. Danica Marinac-Dabic 19 Sep 2016
43 Creative Commons MiCollar novel iPhone application to analyse cervical spine motion restriction with different size and type of cervical orthoses Rose Ingleton 23 Aug 2016
44 What is the point of universities? Lord Patten, Chancellor of Oxford University, gives the opening talk at Wolfson College's 50th Anniversary celebration weekend Chris Patten 15 Aug 2016
45 Creative Commons Ethics of Surgical Innovation Explaining the views after being put into practice. Wendy Rogers 15 Aug 2016
46 The merits of decision modelling in the IDEAL framework The case of innovative bilateral DIEP flap surgery. Janneke Grutters 03 Aug 2016
47 Creative Commons Surgical Trainee Research Collaboratives in the UK An observational analysis of research activity and output. Angelos Kolias 12 Jul 2016
48 Creative Commons Evaluation of HIFU ablation for uterine fibroids A multicenter IDEAL study. Joey Kwong 07 Jul 2016
49 Creative Commons Perioperative Outcomes, Health Care Costs and Survival After Robotic-assisted Versus Open Radical Cystectomy A national comparative effectiveness study Bilal Chughtai 06 Jul 2016
50 Creative Commons IDEAL Framework and Recommendations A template for device evaluation? Christopher Pennell 06 Jul 2016
51 Creative Commons Applying IDEAL Early stage surgical innovation of a novel bio-wrap-assisted vasectomy reversal technique. Ahmet Gudeloglu 06 Jul 2016
52 Creative Commons Pilot and feasibility studies Methodological advances in evaluation. Gillian Lancaster 06 Jul 2016
53 Creative Commons An innovative view on surgical research Evaluation surgical innovation of international examples Maroeska Rovers 06 Jul 2016
54 Creative Commons Advancing the cause of Research Registration First 500 Registrations of the ResearchRegistry.com. Riaz Agha 06 Jul 2016
55 Is Buxton's Law still true? Evaluating evolving surgical techniques within pilot and full RCTs IDEAL surgical innovation in practice. Jane Blazeby 27 Jun 2016
56 Creative Commons Transforming transplantation Organ preservation and reconditioning. Peter Friend 27 Jun 2016
57 Creative Commons Is more evidence always better? The value of adding decision analytical modelling to the IDEAL framework Casper Tax 27 Jun 2016
58 Creative Commons Progressing through IDEAL: When is the right time to move from observational to randomised studies? A case study of REBOA. Jan Jansen 27 Jun 2016
59 What is Philanthropy? And why does it matter in the 21st Century? A talk by Professor Zoltan Acs at the Oxford Centre for the Study of Philanthropy, Green Templeton College, University of Oxford. Stephen Barclay, Zoltan Acs 06 Oct 2015
60 Creative Commons Leadership and Embedding a Culture of Innovation at the University of Manchester A talk delivered by Jan Wilkinson at the Anybook Oxford Libraries Conference 2015 - Adapting for the Future: Developing Our Professions and Services, 21st July 2015. Jan Wilkinson 15 Sep 2015
61 The changing landscape of entrepreneurial finance: a research perspective Professor Thomas Hellmann, Academic Director, Entrepreneurship Centre, gives a talk for the Dean's Seminar Series. Thomas Hellmann 14 May 2015
62 The CEO report: Embracing the paradoxes of leadership and the power of doubt We discuss the role business plays in society, and the expectations about the role business should play, having shifted dramatically in recent years. Michael Smets, Amanda Moss Cowan 14 May 2015
63 Innovation, learning and sensing: The case of the Supermarine Spitfire Matthias Holweg explained his research on innovation in the context of comparing patterns of innovation in industry today, ranging from smartphones to automotive, with the patterns of innovation in fighter aircraft during World War II. Matthias Holweg 14 May 2015
64 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Humanitarian innovation, humanitarian renewal? The continued evolution of the humanitarian innovation concept needs a critical engagement with how this agenda interacts with previous and contemporary attempts to improve humanitarian action. Kristin Bergtora Sandvik 12 Jan 2015
65 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Innovation and new ways of working across sectors Humanitarian actors will have to adapt to a changing world but it will not be easy or straightforward. Operations are changing as a result of innovations which bring many improvements but also throw up challenges. Erik Abild 12 Jan 2015
66 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Innovation for equity in Lebanon Innovative approaches in Lebanon aim to address, in two very different ways, the particular needs of the most vulnerable among the refugee and host populations. Luciano Calestini 12 Jan 2015
67 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Innovation and refugee livelihoods: a historical perspective It is difficult to speak convincingly of ‘new’ or innovative practices towards refugees, especially in refugee livelihoods assistance, while there remains a significant gap in historical knowledge and institutional memory. Evan Elise Easton-Calabria 12 Jan 2015
68 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Entrepreneurship and innovation by refugees in Uganda In order to make a living, refugees have to be innovative, and refugees in Uganda have contributed tremendously to entrepreneurship and innovation in the country. Robert Hakiza 08 Dec 2014
69 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Resettlement and livelihoods innovation in the US Conversations with multiple stakeholders in the US help to highlight barriers to economic self-sufficiency for resettled refugees and opportunities for innovative approaches. Faith Nibbs 08 Dec 2014
70 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - UNHCR Ideas: an online platform for change ‘UNHCR Ideas’ aims to enable collaborative problem solving and idea generation among an online community. Alice Bosley 08 Dec 2014
71 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Technology, production and partnership innovation in Uganda Since 2007 a partnership between UNHCR, the Government of Uganda and ‘MakaPads’ inventor Moses Musaazi has helped provide affordable sanitary pads for thousands of refugee girls and women. Moses Musaazi 08 Dec 2014
72 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Learning curves and collaboration in reconceiving refugee settlements A collaboration between UNHCR, Ennead Architects and Stanford University uses settlement design to promote innovation and further development in the refugee protection model but collaborators initially face a steep learning curve. Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, Aparna Surendra 02 Dec 2014
73 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Innovation: what, why and how for a UN organisation The purpose of innovation is to make humanitarian work more effective and more reflective. We do innovation to improve human lives by doing things better. Innovation, for UNHCR, is a humanitarian imperative to be carried out with partners. T Alexander Aleinikoff 02 Dec 2014
74 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - Introduction: refugees and innovation Doing innovation well presents challenges for how we can work better together as organisations and with displaced people, and how we can break down traditional barriers between actors – all while upholding ethical principles and protection standards. Alexander Betts 02 Dec 2014
75 Creative Commons FMR Innovation and Refugees - From the editors From the editors Marion Couldrey, Maurice Herson 02 Dec 2014
76 Creative Commons Funky Bunkers: The Post-Military Landscape as a Readymade Space and a Cultural Playgound On adapted reuse of military establishments. Per Strömberg 30 Sep 2014
77 Lord Nuffield's Legacy to Oxford Dr Eric Sidebottom, Retired University Lecturer in Experimental Pathology, gives a lunch time talk to accompany the exhibition 'Great Medical Discoveries: 800 Years of Oxford Innovation'. Eric Sidebottom 07 Feb 2014
78 Creative Commons Sustainable mental health An introduction to key aspects of sustainable mental health, and how this can be applied across the NHS more widely. Daniel Maughan 21 Jan 2014
79 ICTs, Innovation and Regulation in the Somali Territories A seminar exploring technology and regulation in the Somali territories of the Horn of Africa. Despite weak or non-existent government institutions, innovation has flourished with local solutions to local challenges. Abdirashid Duale 16 Jan 2014
80 Development 2.0 and beyond: Challenges for ICT4D in 2013 Dr Thompson addresses some of the opportunities and contradictions presented by ICT4D and considers some emerging ways in which ICT4D researchers may contribute to the field. Mark Thompson 16 Jan 2014
81 Entrepreneurship Mr Charles Conn, Ms Roxanne Joyal, Mr Yusuf Randera Rees, Mr John McCall MacBain and Professor Barry Nalebuff dicuss entrepreneurship at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. Charles Conn, Roxanne Joyal, Yusuf Randera Rees, John McCall MacBain 29 Oct 2013
82 Mammo Muchie. NSI to IDS - From the National System of Innovation to an African National Innovation and Development System (IDS). Mammo Muchie, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa. Special Panel Session: Innovation in Low Income Countries. Part of the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Mammo Muchie 26 Sep 2013
83 Best Paper Award Ceremony, 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. The 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Best Paper Award Ceremony. Chaired by Professor Andrew Hamilton, Vice Chancellor, Oxford University. Andrew Hamilton, Xiaolan Fu, Jian Gao 23 Sep 2013
84 Creative Commons Policy Dynamics and Institutional Dysfunctions in Public Agricultural Research and Innovation. George Owusu Essegbey, Science and Technology Policy Research Institute, Ghana. Special Panel Session: Innovation in Low Income Countries. Part of the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. George Owusu Essegbey 23 Sep 2013
85 Creative Commons Innovation Under the Radar in Low Income Countries: Evidence from Ghana. Giacomo Zanello, Oxford University. Special Panel Session: Innovation in Low Income Countries. Part of the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Giacomo Zanello 23 Sep 2013
86 Creative Commons Yves Doz. The Transformation from Imitation to Innovation in Emerging Economies Yves Doz, INSEAD, addresses the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Yves Doz 23 Sep 2013
87 Ludovico Alcorta. The Transformation from Imitation to Innovation in Emerging Economies. Ludovico Alcorta, UNIDO, addresses the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Ludovico Alcorta 23 Sep 2013
88 David Kaplan. The Transformation from Imitation to Innovation in Emerging Economies David Kaplan, University of Cape Town, addresses the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. David Kaplan 23 Sep 2013
89 Xiaolan Fu. The Transformation from Imitation to Innovation in Emerging Economies. Xiaolan Fu, Oxford University, addresses the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Xiaolan Fu 23 Sep 2013
90 Creative Commons Anne Miroux. Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Inclusive and Sustainable Development. Anne Miroux, UNCTAD, addresses the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Anne Miroux 23 Sep 2013
91 Luc Soete. Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Inclusive and Sustainable Development. Luc Soete, Maastricht University, addresses the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Luc Soete 23 Sep 2013
92 Calestous Juma. Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Inclusive and Sustainable Development. Calestous Juma, Harvard University, addresses the 6th Annual Conference of the Academy of Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Calestous Juma 23 Sep 2013
93 Creative Commons Ethics and infectious disease - navigating the moral maze of pandemic control With Professor Paul Klenerman Principal Investigator, Institute for Emerging Infections. Paul Klenerman, Bennertt Foddy 22 May 2013
94 Creative Commons Development 2.0 and beyond: Challenges for ICT4D in 2013 Dr Thompson addresses some of the opportunities and contradictions presented by ICT4D and considers some emerging ways in which ICT4D researchers may contribute to the field. Mark Thompson 30 Apr 2013
95 ICTs, Innovation and Regulation in the Somali Territories A seminar exploring technology and regulation in the Somali territories of the Horn of Africa. Abdirashid Duale 30 Apr 2013
96 Creative Commons FMR 36 Innovation in cash-voucher programming Cash vouchers offer flexibility, enabling payment for school fees as well as for basic necessities. They also empower people who, in displacement, have been deprived of choice. Kokoévi Sossouvi 09 Apr 2013
97 The Life Story of a Pioneer: From Hi-tech to Philanthropy The OII's Founding Donor Dame Stephanie Shirley speaks about the sources of her innovation, the software house she founded back in 1962 and why she has already given away £65M to IT and autism projects. Stephanie Shirley 02 Jan 2013
98 Creative Commons Financing Technology Start-Ups: Open and Closed Innovation Professor Peter Dobson discusses Open and Closed Innovation at Begbroke Science Park. Peter Dobson 05 Dec 2012
99 Creative Commons Humanitarian Innovation Project: launch event Special seminar by Dr Alexander Betts, Louise Bloom and Dr Naohiko Omata (University College Dublin) recorded on 15 November 2012 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Alexander Betts, Louise Bloom, Naohiko Omata 22 Nov 2012
100 Creative Commons The Flexible City: overcoming Lock-In and Path-Dependency Cities are epicentres of creativity and innovation but are also easily locked into patterns of infrastructure and behaviour that may not serve them best. Steve Rayner 02 Oct 2012