Terry O'Neill from the Technology Strategy Board to talk about different funding and support schemes available to businesses
4 September 2013
If you are a business working in the field of Life Sciences and are interested in finding out about the different funding schemes that are available, this event may be for you. It will also be an opportunity to find out about expertise in the Faculty of Science & Technology and to network with other business and the Faculty’s academic experts.
To register for the event, please email Kay Yardley on [email protected]
If you have any questions about the event, contact Derek Renshaw on [email protected]
- Welcome and introduction from the Dean
- Overview of Commercial Research in the Faculty
- Terry O’Neill from the Technology Strategy Board
- Drinks reception and networking
When: 12 September 2013 from 5pm to 7pm (registration and refreshments from 4.30pm)
Where: 115 New Cavendish Street, London, W1W 6UW - Getting here
|Co-funded by the Medical Research Councilthis £180m programme supports UK Life Science innovation||Offers funding to small and medium-sized enterprises for R&D projects in science, engineering and technology||Helping businesses and researchers to work together on science, engineering and technology innovation.||Helping UK businesses to improve competitiveness, productivity and performance together with UK Universities|
|Details on all funding|
|Networks & Support|
|The HealthTech and Medicines Knowledge Transfer Network (Health KTN) is dedicated to accelerating innovation and technology exploitation in the health industries sector||Supports UK's businesses, scientists and engineers to work together on late-stage R&D - transforming "high potential" ideas into new products and services to generate economic growth.|
|More details on all Support|
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