Knowledge Transfer Network
This year’s forum saw over one hundred participants enjoy Chemistry Innovation’s 2010 Stakeholder Forum held at Aston Business School. With a theme of interdependency, the event marked the launch of The Strategy Report for the chemistry- using industries (download it here), which Chemistry Innovation have developed with input from The Innovation Strategy Board, The Technology Strategy Board, The Academic Stakeholder Forum, professional bodies, regions and companies, whilst building on exisiting reports and road maps. Demonstrations by Chemistry Innovation and our sponsors encouraged stakeholders to contribute ideas and feedback in a series of ‘workshop-style’ clinics which highlighted the power of new tools available to chemistry-using industries. The Forum also provided an excellent networking opportunity and we have had some great feedback on what we hope provided an innovative and successful event. Any further feedback is most welcome. (Please leave your comments below)For the full post event update please click here.
To download the event photos please click here.The event agenda:The launch of the Strategy for Chemistry Using Industries for the next 3-5 years
workshop-style’ clinics • The NESTA Innovation Index • The CCalC Life Cycle Analysis Tool• The National Industrial Biotechnology Facility• Two of the EPSRC network Grand Challenges on Dial-a-Molecule and Directed Assembly of Extended Structures with Targeted Properties• Living with Environmental Change programme (LWEC). An opportunity to access the output from the consultation workshop.• Collaborative Projects—Projects Innovation is often only possible (or at least made easier) by collaborating with partners • Knowledge Centre for Materials Chemistry (KCMC)Further information on ‘workshop-style’ clinics click here
To download the presentations from the clinics click here
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