Cambridge Enterprise runs events to provide information and training on all aspects of the commercialisation process, including information on intellectual property (IP), how-to workshops on company creation and consultancy, and Q&A sessions with industry experts. These events are open to all University academics and staff.
If you would like Cambridge Enterprise to host an event for your University department or research group, or would be interested in having a speaker from Cambridge Enterprise at your next event, please contact Kasia Ladds.
Wednesday 24 May, 5.30-7.30pm, refreshments provided
Lecture Theatres 1&2, Institute for Manufacturing, 17 Charles Babbage Road, West Cambridge
Held by Cambridge Enterprise and the Entrepreneurial Postdocs of Cambridge (EPOC), come along to learn the skills you’ll need to form or get your start-up off the ground, run by Adelina Chalmers a.k.a. “The Geek Whisperer”.
If you are a postdoc working on innovative research and looking to start a company, Cambridge Enterprise is organising a Business Plan Competition (launching 2nd May) exclusively for Cambridge University postdocs.
Come to this workshop if you want to know:
- What the judges want to see in your application and why
- How do decide for yourself if this is a business with real potential
- The key elements you need in your pitch to be successful.
*All postdocs are welcome to attend, even if you’re not yet sure if you’ll be entering the competition!*
Registration in advance is essential. Spaces for the workshop are limited, so reserve your place here today.
Please note: due to limited space this workshop is strictly open to postdocs only.
Thursday 8 June, 6-8pm, refreshments provided
The Sackler Lecture Theatre, Cambridge Institute for Medical Research Building (CIMR), Biomedical Campus, Hills Road
Are you interested in exploring the commercial potential of your research?
On Thursday 8th June, in light of our 10th anniversary celebrations, Cambridge Enterprise will be holding the first in a series of Roadshow events showcasing some of the most prominent research that has spun out of the University.
Come and hear how Professor Jim Huntington (founder X01 Ltd) worked with Cambridge Enterprise to form spin out X01 and later ApcinteX and Z Factor.
X01 developed ichorcumab, a recombinant human antibody that prevents thrombosis without promoting bleeding. The potential is vast: preventing blood clots without causing excessive bleeding could avert millions of deaths from heart attack and stroke every year.
Reserve your place here today.
These events are open to academics and postdocs alike from all departments.