About Entrepreneurship events
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.
Our Masterclasses are delivered by inspirational speakers including Physicists who have commercialised their research, either applying their know how to industry or starting a business, as well as speakers from the Entrepreneurial community who will be sharing how to develop an entrepreneurial mind-set and the importance of networking with the wider community.
Our Start-Up Clinics involve colleagues who will share their industrial concept or start up status, along with key challenges preventing them from progressing their idea or growing their business. Attendees will then be asked to offer solutions and advice on how these challenges can be overcome.
Workshops linking the latest understanding in physics to the functionality of ingredients, formulations and food processes are open to the public.
Photos may be taken at these events and used for publicity purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, or for your photo to be used for publicity purposes, please inform Caroline Keir (caroline.keir [at] ed.ac.uk).
Next Entrepreneurship event
- Event time: 9:30am until 11:00am
- Event date: 11th December 2023
- Speaker: Louise Anderson
- Location: Elm Lecture Theatre, Nucleus Building (ground floor), King's Buildings
Subsequent Entrepreneurship events
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Past Entrepreneurship events
Details of previous Entrepreneurship events can be found in the following archive page: