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Better Business for People & Planet - Bridging Research & Industry - Aspect Annual Event

Aspect Annual Event:

Better Business for People & Planet - Bridging Research & Industry 

November 21st 2019  |  Crowne Plaza Manchester - Oxford Road, Manchester




With economic, societal and environmental emergencies making headlines across the globe daily, consumers are demanding businesses adapt and change. Social science research and innovation are essential if we are to respond to these challenges.

Collaborate to Drive Agri-Tech Innovation on the Norwich Research Park

With an estimated 9 billion people inhabiting the planet by 2050 and a changing climate putting a strain on current agricultural practices it is now, more than ever, apparent that feeding this rapidly expanding population will require multiple approaches to increasing crop production. Through innovative concepts derived from multiple disciplines this event will demonstrate the new agri-technologies made possible by sharing expertise, platforms and funding opportunities from our academics with agritech companies based on the Norwich Research Park. 

EI Innovate: genomics data to advance bioscience

Developing solutions to global issues with EI’s advanced capabilities and expertise in genomics and bioinformatics - improving global food security, environmental management, conservation, health and wellbeing.


Date: 13 November 2019 (one-day event)

Time: 9.30 am – 5 pm

Venue: Earlham Institute


Birmingham City University to tackle employability issues with two-day event

Birmingham City University will tackle the issue of employability across the region with a DataJam West Midlands event this September.

The two-day event, which runs from 11-12 September, brings together experts, professionals and practitioners from a number of sectors to discuss and identify solutions to the West Midlands’ employability concerns.


Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust’s Innovation Forum

In the past 12 months, there have been more than 18,500 emergency admissions to Addenbrooke’s of those over 65.

Many elderly patients admitted to hospital face a number of issues aside from their acute medical problem. How these other issues are managed can impact not only their short-term recovery, but also that patient’s level of independence and quality of life in the years to come. We want to prevent that patient from deteriorating to such a point that they require long-term care.