Oxford Biochronometrics, an Isis Start-up, Wins Prestigious International Competition
Source: Isis Innovation
Oxford Biochronometrics (www.oxford-biochron.com) was created by former post-graduate researchers at the University of Oxford in order to commerciliase the Bio-Chronometric Signature, which is algorithmically derived from bio-chronometric markers that cannot be copied. These markers are created when a person interacts with almost any modern computing device that can accept human-initiated input.
The company entered TreveriMarket’s first Annual Start-up Competition at ICT Spring Europe 2013, along with over 30 start-ups and growing companies – and, as the judges commented, “Oxford Biochronometrics stood out as the clear winner.”
The competition, co-sponsored by Ernst & Young, ICT Spring Europe 2013 and Europe 4 Startups, judged companies on a 20-point scale, including the business implementation of their ideas, strategies for growth, leadership and opportunities for success, followed by a document review and a presentation. TreveriMarket (www.treverimarket.com) is a global marketplace connecting companies with finance from start-up funding, to advanced VC or Private Equity funding.
Roy Azoulay, who manages the Isis Software Incubator, commented, “we believe the Bio-Chronometric Signature developed by founder Adrian Neal and his team significantly advances the Online Identity Management space, and are delighted that TreveriMarket share this vision.”