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How does an industrial reviewer assess a grant bid?

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You’ve put together your bid and you’re sure it’s academically robust. But how would an industrial reviewer rate it? And how could an industrial perspective help you to put together a better bid?

Come along to this session to hear from the Engineering Department’s Visiting Professors of Innovation (VPIs) discuss how they’ve helped to improve bids and where they see how bids can be improved. Each of the VPIs brings experience of industrial R&D and of assessing bids for research funding. So here’s an opportunity to hear how such reviewers see the world and what they can do to help you.

Monday 13 April, with lunch at 12:00, proceedings start at 12:30, informal Q&A from 13:30 to 14:00

Lecture Room 5, Engineering Department, Trumpington St.

To attend, please contact Jo Griffiths (, telling her also of any dietary requirements.

This talk is part of the Collaboration Skills Initiative series.

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