17th June 2020 - 10:00 - 11:00
One of the UK’s leading thinkers on universities, research, business and politics will be joining Sean Fielding for a SHEDTalk on 17 June 10am.
This is a unique opportunity to hear from one of the UK’s leading commentators on university business collaboration and knowledge exchange.
Graeme and Sean will discuss the challenges of funding and delivering research and knowledge exchange in an age of disruption with government facing many contradictory pressures.
Graeme will help us understand the undercurrents and tides of policy changes, the likely shape of research and knowledge exchange in a post-covid world and what today’s ambitious academics and professionals can do to build successful careers in this new environment.
Professor Graeme Reid is Chair of Science and Research Policy at University College London. He is a member of the Council of Research England.
He has spent most of his career at the interface between science and Government, having worked in the Business Department, the Cabinet Office and HM Treasury and before moving to UCL.
Graeme was specialist advisor to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee during their extensive inquiries into Brexit and, subsequently, industrial strategy. He is a member of the Government’s High Level Group on EU Exit, Universities, Research and Innovation. He led research and innovation policy reviews for the Scottish Funding Council and the Welsh Government. Sir Adrian Smith and Graeme advised the UK science minister on frameworks for international collaboration – the UK Government published their report in November 2019.
Graeme is Chair of the Campaign for Science and Engineering (of which the University of Exeter is a proud member), a Trustee of the Association of Medical Research Charities and strategic advisor to the National Centre for Universities and Business.
He began his career at the National Engineering Laboratory. He has a BSc in Physics and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Fellow of the Institute of Physics, Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and a Chartered Engineer.
This event is free to attend for all members.
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