- Thursday 15 September 2022
- 12:00pm - 2:00pm
- Lectures and seminars
- Staff only
This series showcases real-life examples of the innovation journeys taken by other researchers or external speakers.
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 minutes followed by 15 minutes for Q&A.
Dr Leonid Bogachev (School of Mathematics) “A story of trying to forecast extremes: from statistical modelling to commercialization” and Dr Paolo Actis (School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering) “Cracking tumour heterogeneity with nanobiopsy”.
For further information contact Ellen Hewitt in the Research and Innovation Service (RIS) on email@example.com.