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Opting In and Spinning Out: Find out how Cambridge Enterprise can help you commercialise your ideas

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  • UserCharlanne Ward (Technology Manager), Julian Peck (Senior Technology Associate), and Ben Ting (Technology Associate) l from Cambridge Enterprise; and Ashwin Seshia (Professor of Microsystems Technology in Cambridge University Engineering Departmen
  • ClockFriday 18 November 2016, 10:00-10:45
  • HouseSeminar Room 2, IfM, 17 Charles Babbage Road.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Yongjiang Shi.

A group of people from Cambridge Enterprise and Engineering Department are going to share some exciting stories demonstrating collaborations between Cambridge Enterprise and Cambridge scientists and engineers.

“Cambridge Enterprise is the Technology Transfer office of the University of Cambridge. In this short talk to the IfM, we will briefly cover our mission and our wide range of services with a particular focus on how we can provide entrepreneurial support to academics.

“Prof Ashwin Seshia will also describe his experiences in ‘Opting In’ to working with us and how we have supported the commercialisation of his research through his two spin-out companies. We hope Ashwin will inspire those at the IfM with entrepreneurial aspirations to give us a go!

“Of course, we will be on hand to talk about and answer questions related to the University IP Policy, licensing, when is the ‘right time’ to contact us and how we evaluate technologies.”

This talk is part of the Manufacturing Research Forum series.

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