Innovation in the social sciences: strategies, myth busting, and next steps

5th November 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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Commercialising the outputs of social science research is becoming more popular in the UK and other countries. Yet there are still long-held dogmas that prevent technology transfer professionals and academics from tapping into the full commercial potential of these subjects.

Join us for a conversation with Chris Fellingham, Licensing and Ventures Manager in the Social Sciences and Humanities at Oxford University Innovation. Discover what makes social science innovation successful, get inspiration for new projects, and share your experience.



5th November 2020
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