Innovation and Enterprise: adding impact to your research

A whistle-stop tour of how to be enterprising with your research, where established academics and young researchers share their stories of being innovative and enterprising
Workshop
Networking
Wednesday, May 10, 2017 -
09:30 to 13:30
Dept. Statistics Lecture Room, St Giles, Oxford

10th May 2017 09:30

A whistle-stop tour of how to be enterprising with your research, where established academics and young researchers share their stories of being innovative and enterprising, Oxford University Innovation explain how to make the most of your work whilst protecting your ideas and CEOs of recent start-ups offer case studies of how to create successful ventures.

A great opportunity to understand what lies behind the jargon of' Enterprise and Entrepreneurship', and how much more interesting and varied the outcomes can be beyond 'spinning out' a profitable company.

For All DPhil students, All Research Staff and All Masters students of: MPLS Division; Medical Sciences Division; Social Sciences Division; Humanities Division

Booking: https://weblearn.ox.ac.uk/course-signup/rest/course/4D004D101150