Inspiring Innovation seminar series Research and innovation service and LIFD

  • Date:
  • Time: 12pm
  • Location: Nexus Lecture Theatre


12 noon for seminar (lunch & networking 1-2pm)

Nexus lecture theatre

We are delighted to invite you to the next two talks in our Inspiring Innovation seminar series. This series showcases real-life examples of the innovation journeys taken by other researchers or external speakers. This provides valuable insights into the steps taken to move a new idea or discovery arising from basic research through to implementation in a real-world setting for economic and/or societal benefit. It also gives you the opportunity to meet and network with a range of innovation active researchers and external speakers.

Each talk will last 15 min followed by 15 min for Q&A.

Monday 3rd April (12 noon)
Professor Doug Parker (School of Earth and Environment)

“FASTA: Seeking sustainability for African rainfall information services through private sector funding”


Professor Janet Cade (School of Food Science and Nutrition)

“Spinning out – myfood24 from research to health tech company”


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We are also planning sessions in May and June with other speakers (12pm for seminars, 1pm for networking and lunch).

Recordings from previous seminars: