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Inspiring Research through Industrial Collaboration

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The Engineering Department’s strategic theme on ‘Inspiring Research through Industrial Collaboration‘ has three areas of activity to support the formation and management of collaborations between academics and industrial partners.

Investigate: Developing and sharing a library of good practices in the setup and management of partnerships

Inspire and Inform: Providing on-line resources and running events to highlight the opportunities and explain the practicalities of partnerships

Implement: Supporting academics and potential partners in the development of collaborative activities

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So what’s your technology actually worth?

UserClare Farrukh, Senior Research Associate, Institute for Manufacturing.

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ClockFriday 20 March 2015, 12:00-14:00

How does an industrial reviewer assess a grant bid?

UserSam Beale, Pieter Knook and Rick Mitchell, Visiting Professors of Innovation.

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