The Emerging Technologies Competition is the Royal Society of Chemistry’s annual innovation initiative, set up to identify the most promising chemical science-based technologies and to help accelerate their commercialisation
Is this you?
- An academic scientist at the graduate or post-doctoral level in life sciences
- with little (less than a year) or no direct work experience in technology transfer
- who has a passion for innovation and would like to train to become a technology transfer professional
UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has announced a shortlist of 24 projects from across the UK in the first phase of its Strength in Places Fund. Each of the projects has been awarded up to £50k in early-stage funding, which will allow applicants to develop full-stage bids. Teams behind these projects will submit bids to UKRI in late 2019, with four to eight of the strongest to receive between £10m and £50m each to carry out projects designed to drive substantial economic growth in places across the UK and in diverse technology and industry sectors.
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In case you are new to RTTP, RTTP it is the international professional standard for knowledge exchange and commercialisation practitioners working in universities, industry and government labs.
RTTP gives international recognition and validates 5 core competencies:
PraxisAuril, the UK’s world-leading professional association for knowledge exchange practitioners, is partnering with Oxentia, Oxford’s Global Innovation Consultancy, to deliver a series of training courses in new international markets.