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Cambridge Enterprise Conservation Workshop

This exciting workshop will focus on commercialisation and enterprise within the University and how academics can access support in these areas, with a particular focus on conservation.
When Nov 17, 2016
from 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM
Where Garfield Weston Room, David Attenborough Building, New Museums Site
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There will be speakers from a variety of areas within Cambridge Enterprise including, Seed Funds, Consultancy, Physical Sciences, and i-Teams, which combines multi-disciplinary teams of students with industry mentors and real University inventions to assess the commercial viability of new technologies and product designs. Even if you don’t have any new inventions, this is an area that is both fascinating and valuable to learn about.

The event will be followed by lunch and an opportunity to talk one to one with the Cambridge Enterprise Team, as well as meeting other conservation researchers.

Register here to attend the event at 11am on 17 November in the David Attenborough Building.

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