The revolving door between university and the private sector & the importance of developing a commercial mind set in academia

Entrepreneurship masterclass

The revolving door between university and the private sector & the importance of developing a commercial mind set in academia

  • Event time: 10:00am until 11:00am
  • Event date: 1st October 2018
  • Speaker: Prof Win Rampen (Founder and CEO Artemis IP and Syncrostore)
  • Speaker: Kate Gearing (The Royal Society)
  • Location: Room 3307,

Event details

Professor Win Rampen, Founder and CEO Artemis IP and Syncrostore will be talking about his 'revolving door journey between university and private sector'.

Katy Gearing will be sharing her views on the importance of developing a commercial mind set in academia.

Bring your own coffee / tea - cakes and biscuits will be provided.

About Entrepreneurship masterclasses

We run a series of Entrepreneurship Masterclasses and Start-Up Clinics for staff and postgraduate students. Our workshops link understanding in physics to the functionality of ingredients, formulations and food processes. These are open to the public. .

Find out more about Entrepreneurship masterclasses.