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The Bioscience impact team and The Ofiice for Translational Research is holding a Medical Diagnostics and Devices Workshop

When Mar 23, 2016
from 03:30 PM to 07:00 PM
Where Homerton College
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University of Cambridge researchers at Senior Postdoc or Group Leader level whose research has an application in the area of Medical Diagnostics and Devices are invited to register. We have a number of speakers from Industry participating and John Pritchard our Entrepreneur in Residence will be available for advice. The event will include a Q&A/Discussion forum and an opportunity to Network over a drinks reception.
 
This is a free workshop provided by the MRC Proximity to Discovery:Industry Engagement Award


Register via the website or contact the event organiser for more information, Paula Cawkill:
 
Places are limited. The programme will be confirmed and emailed out by Wed 16th March; a reserve list will operate in the event of over-subscription.

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