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Join i-Teams for the Michaelmas Term – Apply by 23 September

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Join i-Teams for the Michaelmas Term – Apply by 23 September

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

“Working on this project has taught me an enormous amount about general business strategy, market analysis, team building, effective communication and presentation. This has been an invaluable experience for me.” Jing Zhang, Chemistry, i-Teams student

In the ground-breaking i-Teams programme, post-graduates from across the University work together to discover the commercial potential of a real Cambridge 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 have the opportunity to present at the annual CUTEC Technology Venture Conference.

The programme lasts for a term and includes regular group sessions, team meetings and individual work.

This term’s projects:

  • Cost-effective carbon capture and electricity generation, Materials Science
  • Identifying medical uses for expressive robots, Computer Lab
  • Commercialising a highly-sensitive inertial sensor, Cambridge Nanoscience Centre

To find out more about i-Teams and this term’s projects visit

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 23 SEPTEMBER . Applications are welcomed from post-graduates, postdocs and 4th year undergraduates from any University in the East of England, as well as all CUTEC members. Poster link:

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

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club (CUTEC) series.

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