Inspire Every Innovator

Our mission is to inspire, educate and incubate aspiring deep tech founders, who want to create a sustainable business built on data science, artificial intelligence or emerging technologies.

The Deep Tech Innovation Centre supports students, researchers, alumni & local start-up companies to explore the commercial potential of their innovations in areas ranging from Advanced Materials and Biotechnology to Blockchain, Quantum Computing and Robotics. The one thing they all have in common is that they are using original scientific and engineering research to offer innovative solutions to global problems.

General Enquiries


Our entrepreneurs get access to leading university
resources, and fantastic networks of mentors and investors.

If you need space, experts, or help with starting up or
growing your business, apply today.

What do we offer?

Space: in our new facility at the heart of the University of Warwick campus.

Resources: access to university resources, and the opportunity to engage with some of the UK’s leading researchers, running on a fully 5G capable network.

Training: opportunity to take part in training designed for people at different stages in their entrepreneurship journey, including a specially designed 6 week course in technology entrepreneurship, based on the highly successful ICURe programme

Mentoring: work with our team of experienced business mentors to shape your business plan and become investment-ready.

Networking: meet with our networks of businesses, investors and other useful contacts.


The Deep Tech Innovation Centre helps
accelerate your Start-up

Article by Professor Andy Pardoe, Executive Chair, Deep Tech Innovation
Centre on how Fintech companies could benefit from University
of Warwick support.

Need Help with Funding?
Check out the different types of funding available here.
NanoSyrinx raises £6.2m funding to develop it’s synthetic biology platform.
Case Studies
Cell-Freezing Market to be transformed by University of Warwick Spin-Out CryoLogyx.
We chatted with Prof Andy Pardoe, Exec Chair (DTIC) to find out what support is available and who is eligible.