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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. www.eng.cam.ac.uk/research/strategic-themes/inspiring-research-through-industrial-collaboration
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
3 upcoming talks and 2 talks in the archive.
Please contact Charles Boulton (firstname.lastname@example.org) to reserve a place and lunch
Dr Charles Boulton, Theme Manager, Engineering Department.
Tuesday 18 March 2014, 12:00-14:00
Do you need support for your latest great idea? Why not get a place at the Engineering Innovation Connections Event to work up a pitch and try it out with an invited audience? You could also win one of the prizes on offer.
For all researchers in the Department of Engineering.
Wednesday 30 April 2014, 14:00-19:00
Inspiring Research through Industrial Collaboration: Engagement in practice – lessons from the coalface
This event is by invitation only - if you would like to be considered then please contact Charles Boulton (cb683) for more information
Boeing, Dyson, PragmatIC Printing, John Lewis and several from the Engineering Department.
Thursday 01 May 2014, 09:00-15:00
Please see above for contact details for this list.
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