University of warwick science park event

How to Access Facilities, Knowledge and Support from the University of Warwick

11:30am - 2:00pm    29th Nov 2017    Panorama Room, Rootes Building, University of Warwick, CV4 7AL 

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What: How to Access Facilities, Knowledge and Support from the University of Warwick

Where: Panorama Room, Rootes Building, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL

When: 29th November 2017, 11:30am – 2:00pm

Come and find out how the Warwick Manufacturing Group, Departments of Chemistry, Physics, Engineering and the School of Life Sciences at the University of Warwick can help you to develop your product and get access to state-of-the-art equipment, knowledge and support. In addition, you will learn more about collaboration opportunities and joint funding available.

This event, suitable for SMEs to multinationals, will begin with a short introductory talk by Professor Kerry Kirwan, WMG and Academic Director (Research), Research Innovation & Industrial Research and will feature exhibitions from:

  • Research Technology Platforms (Advanced Bioimaging, Electron Microscopy, Polymer Characterisation, Scientific Computing, Spectroscopy, Proteomics and X-Ray Diffraction)
  • The Departments of Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, School of Life Sciences and WMG
  • Warwick Manufacturing Group SME Team
  • Science Park
  • Warwick Ventures
  • Global Research Priorities programme

You will be able to talk directly to members of the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) SME team, who have helped create and safeguard over 500 jobs and develop 270 new products with SMEs in the region.

Facility Managers from across campus will also be at hand to discuss how their equipment will be able to help you to innovate and problem solve. You will also be able to request training and speak to members of the Science Park who will happy to discuss their business support programmes and portfolio of spaces across the region. Key research areas will also be represented by members of the Global Research Priorities programme, which includes themes such as Energy, Innovative Manufacturing, Materials and Science and Tech for Health.

Lunch will be provided and there will be plenty of opportunities for informal discussions and networking.

 

Confirmed Speaker:

Professor Kerry Kirwan, WMG and Academic Director (Research), Research Innovation & Industrial Research

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