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A series of MasterClasses provide a high level learning experience in state of the art methodolgy in technology and licence valuation and business modelling. Valuation models are based on Excel and include risk adjusted Net Present Value, Monte Carlo simulation and Real Options using decision trees. Captum has developed accessible models which allow the non-mathematical impelementation of these techniques to faciltate decison making under uncertainty.
The founders of Captum Capital have all held senior executive positions in life science corporations in the USA, including multinational corporations, venture capital, healthcare and consulting.
Sensor100 is compiling an international Directory of organisations active in the development and commercialisation of bio- and chemo-sensors. Each organisation will have its own page in the directory. There is an annual membership fee for listing of £100+VAT, with a 50% discount if paid before 31st December 2018.
11 December 2018Read in full
The second day - Thursday 19th July - of Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 at the John Innes Centre, Norfolk Research Park, will explore applications of sensor technology in animal welfare. Keynote speakers include Dr Eithne Dempsey, National University of Ireland, and Dr Jasmeet Kaler, University of Nottingham.
10 July 2018Read in full
The opening day - Wednesday 18th July - of Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 at the John Innes Centre, Norfolk Research Park, will comprehensively explore applications of the IoT in agriculture. Keynote speaker Professor Julie McCann, Imperial College London, will open the conference with "So you want to use IoT in Agri?"
26 June 2018Read in full
The final programme for the 3rd Annual Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 Program is announced. The conference takes place on 18-19th July at the John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park.
4 June 2018Read in full
The third annual Sensors in Food and Agriculture 2018 conference invites oral presentations, posters for display and exhibits.
8 May 2018Read in full
The Keynote and Invited speakers at Sensors for Food and Agriculture 2017 are confirmed for the conference taking place at the Møller Centre, Cambridge, on 5-6 December.
14 November 2017Read in full
A short summary of Sensors in Medicine 2017, which was held last month in London, is now available.
6 November 2017Read in full
The 3rd Annual Sensors in Food and Agiculture 2017 Conference takes place on 5-6 December at the Møller Centre, Cambridge. The Call for Papers for oral presentations closes on 3 November - posters on 10th November.
31 October 2017Read in full
There are just two weeks left to register for Sensors in Medicine 2017 on 3-5 October in London. The conference includes sessions on: Glucose Monitoring; Infectious Diseases and Point-of-Care; Cancer Diagnosis. Register now to learn about state of the art diagnostic sensor technology, as well as new technology on the horizon.
19 September 2017Read in full