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Impulse meets Cambridge University researchers

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Alexandra Huener.

www.maxwell.cam.ac.uk/programmes/impulse

Are you thinking to take the next step to making your research idea/project a reality?

Come along to our Impulse Q&A session on Wed 6 February 2019, 12:00 – 13:00 at the Maxwell Centre, JJ Thomson Seminar Room (level 2). Learn more about the Impulse programme, get some insights from our Impulse alumnus Bogdan Spiridon (Sensors CDT , CUTEC president) and check if you are eligible for a sponsored place. Cambridge Royce Coordinator Dr Lata Sahonta will introduce the Cambridge Royce Institute and their sponsorships. Please register here. Sandwiches and drinks will be provided.

About Impulse Impulse is an entrepreneurship programme for tech innovators, specifically designed for individuals (PhDs, postdocs, researchers, and early stage entrepreneurs) and organisations (researchers, engineers, and managers of large corporations) across the different fields of Physical Sciences and Technology (including Life Sciences). The programme is about strong action learning and result driven where participants bring their innovative ideas to the table. It acts as a learning vehicle, with a sharp focus on prioritising and developing “high-potential” business cases. The core of Impulse’s approach is to engage experienced entrepreneurs amongst others Dr Hermann Hauser, Dr David Cleevely, Prof Sir Richard Friend, and Prof Florin Udrea, to act as role models and to provide guidance to our delegates at the heart of the Cambridge Phenomenon. For more information please see here.

Looking forward to welcoming you on 6 February.

Best wishes, Alexandra

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