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Calling all researchers and inventors at the University of Cambridge!

last modified Dec 22, 2015 12:34 PM

Got a novel technology or early stage innovation? Looking to test the commercial validity, application and potential?
Submit a project for ETECH Projects by the 8th January 2016
 
If you are working on a novel technology that you believe has potential for commercialisation, ETECH Projects could help. By performing market research, commercial evaluation and identifying routes to market, students on the programme can help you establish the high level commercial potential, identify applications and develop a commercialisation strategy.
 
ETECH Projects enables the acceleration of entrepreneurship and diffusion of innovations based on early stage and potentially disruptive technologies from the University of Cambridge.  The course forms part of many degree programmes at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels across the Schools of Technology, Natural Sciences, Physical Sciences and Biological and Biomedical Sciences.
 
Please submit a project proposal by completing the online form available here.
 
The deadline for application has been extended to 8th January 2016.
 
ETECH Projects is managed and delivered by the Cambridge Judge Business School Entrepreneurship Centre. Visit our website to find out more. Or contact us via
 

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