Re-launch event: Space @ Oxford Week

22nd November 2021 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Opening the doors to the prestigious University of Oxford, Space @ Oxford is having an online webinar-based re-launch event hosted by Prof Neil Bowles (Professor of Planetary Science & Space @ Oxford Chair) and Dr Simon Jackman (Senior Innovation Fellow). The week will comprise of one-hour online lunchtime sessions and one-hour early evening sessions across the week (please see timetable and line-up below). This will introduce the breadth and different flavours of current or recent space research happening across the University of Oxford. Each bite-size hour session will have 2 – 3 speakers with either Oxford academics introducing their research across the space domain, or partner organisations and companies talking about the space-related projects they are doing with the University of Oxford.

Details

Start:
22nd November 2021 @ 9:00 am
End:
26th November 2021 @ 5:00 pm
Event Categories:
,
Event Tags:
, ,
Website:
Book now

Latest news

Emily Gill, Co-founder of Levra

Emily Gill, Co-founder of Levra

Emily is the co-founder of Levra, an immersive, gamified solution to training young professionals Learn more

The New Entrepreneurship Hub

The University of Oxford is launching a new (and still unnamed) initiative that will transform the way in which entrepreneurship is ... Learn more

Sanoma Jean, Founder of Aya Therapy

Sanoma Jean, Founder of Aya Therapy

Sanoma Jean is the founder Aya Therapy an intelligent patient management platform reducing burnout for mental health care practitioners. Learn more

IDEA Peer Mentoring Programme 2023

IDEA Peer Mentoring Programme 2023

The IDEA Peer Mentoring Programme will enable women* entrepreneurs and would be entrepreneurs, including founders, at various stages ... Learn more

Enterprising Oxford

Tell us a bit about yourself and see information and resources relevant to your needs.

Get in touch

8 + 8 =

Copyright © 2022 Enterprising Oxford | Site by Herd