Innovation in a crisis – one year on: Reflections from the innovation ecosystem

18th June 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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A wide range of organisations have been involved in supporting innovators deliver solutions to problems posed by the pandemic – from making sure that funding was available, products were safe and regulated, and that the right people were connected. These members of the innovation ecosystem were key enablers allowing engineers to deliver solutions – from ventilators and PPE, to field hospitals and social distancing technologies – and will have uniquely useful insights and cross-cutting experiences. Join us to discuss how these organisations think we can take learning for rapid innovation and scaling from this period forward and apply it to other pressing challenges.

Programme

11.50am Zoom webinar opens

(delegates will be held in a waiting room until the event begins at 12.00pm)

12.00pm Welcome and introductions
Panellists introductions
Discussion between Chair and Panellists
Audience Q&A
Closing remarks
1.00pm Zoom event closes

Speakers

Chair:

  • Luisa Freitas dos Santos FREng, VP Global Clinical Supply Chain (R&D), GSK

Panellists:

  • Graeme Tunbridge, Director of Devices, Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
  • Dr Penny Owen, Commercial Director, NPL
  • Additional panellist to be announced shortly

Tickets

This event is free of charge, but registration is required. After registering you will receive a confirmation email that will contain Zoom login details and an outline of the event.

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18th June 2021
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