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Innovation Leaders Conference

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The conference brings together 300 researchers, business leaders, disruptive entrepreneurs, business angels and venture capital to stimulate communication and catalyse partnering for the next generation of innovative technology. It also provides a unique opportunity for researchers to get a first hand advice about industry career opportunities.

The two-day conference in Cambridge will offer:

• Business Idea Competition with a chance to present your idea to business angels and Europe’s leading Venture Capital firms. See for more information. • Recruitment opportunities and a chance to network with potential employers for students and early career researchers • 1-2-1 prescheduled partnering sessions with industry executives • Insightful keynote lectures from leading R&D executives and eminent academics including: Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz (Vice Chancellor, University of Cambridge) Professor Sir Greg Winter (Master of Trinity College, Cambridge) Professor Chris Lowe (Director, Institute of Biotechnology, University of Cambridge) Patrick Verheyen (Head of Johnson & Johnson Innovation Centre London) Dr Jane Osborn (Vice President Research and Site Leader, MedImmune) • Workshops and focused discussion groups by industrial leaders • Innovative Technology Exhibition featuring Cambridge University’s innovative research projects with high commercial potential and commercialized innovative products and services • Panel discussions on academia-industry partnerships and true open innovation

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