Oxford Biochronometrics Wins Prestigious TreveriMarket International Start-up Competition

Luxembourg, Luxembourg, July 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- A revolutionary method for online authentication, now being brought to market through the Isis Software Incubator, has won the TreveriMarket Start-up Competition at ICT Spring Europe 2013.

Oxford Biochronometrics (http://www.oxford-biochron.com) was created by former post-graduate researchers at the University of Oxford in order to commercialise 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 the First Annual TreveriMarket Start-up Competition at ICT Spring Europe 2013, along with over 30 start-ups and growing companies – and, as TreveriMarket co-founder David Scheckel 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 (http://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.”

About TreveriMarket
With its transparency, innovation and simplicity, Luxembourg-based TreveriMarket is the first global online marketplace that benefits both companies and investors in the private securities market. TreveriMarket is a web-based capital raising platform built to empower private companies and potential investors to streamline the process of raising capital in the private marketplace. More information is available at www.TreveriMarket.com

About Isis Innovation
Isis Innovation is the research and technology commercialisation company of the University of Oxford. The Technology Transfer and Oxford University Consulting divisions provide access to technological developments and expertise from University of Oxford researchers, through intellectual property licensing, spin-out company formation, material sales and consulting.

Isis is the highest University patent filer in the UK, has attracted investment into over 65 spin-out companies since 2000, and in the last financial year provided expertise to over 150 clients in 22 countries. Through the Isis Enterprise division, Isis offers innovation management to university, government and industrial clients around the world.

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William Scheckel