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Join i-Teams for the Easter Term - Apply by March 4th

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Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? Interested in how research is commercialised? Then read on!

“Our team was like a small company, working together to achieve a common goal”, Salvatore Mascia, former President of CUTEC

In the ground-breaking i-Teams programme, postgraduates from across the University work together to discover the commercial potential of a real University invention. Each team collaborates with researchers and industry mentors to assess the route to market for the emerging technology. At the end of the term, the team presents their findings to a business and academic audience and has the opportunity to present to an international audience at the CUTEC Technology Ventures Conference.

i-Teams lasts for a term and includes regular group sessions, team meetings and individual work.

This term’s projects:

Finding real-world uses for efficient non-linear optical materials. Dr. Jacqui Cole, Tze-Chia Lin & Andrew Higginbotham, Physics

Barcode biosensors – developing a new generation of diagnostic devices. Drs Edwards and Reis, Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Using bistable metal sheets as hinges. Dr. Keith Seffen, Engineering

For more details see

To apply, send your CV and a covering letter explaining which project you want to do and why to Amy Mokady no later than THURSDAY 4 MARCH . Applications are welcomed from post-graduates and 4th year undergraduates from any department and any University in the East of England, as well as all CUTEC members.

i-Teams is organised in conjunction with Cambridge University Technology & Enterprise Club (CUTEC) –

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