Opportunity for inventors at Cambridge Judge Business School's EnterpriseTECH
Inventors of early stage, novel technologies at the University of Cambridge, other institutions, local start-ups, companies and large industry are invited to submit proposals for exploration at EnterpriseTECH by 15 June.
Cambridge Judge Business School writes:
We would like to invite inventors of early stage, novel technologies to submit proposals for exploration at our EnterpriseTECH PhD+ programme.
The new programme, offered by the Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School, is launching in September 2018.
Working with departments and colleagues across the University, we expect to offer more than 70 underwritten places to PhD students, postdoctoral researchers, early career academics and other research-based or research-related staff at the University.
As a project-based learning programme, its focus is on developing skills in entrepreneurship around early-stage innovation and development opportunities. We’re now calling for inventors of early stage novel technologies from across the University of Cambridge, other institutions, local start-ups, companies and large industry to submit projects.
Inventors supplying projects gain a better understanding of the commercial potential of their invention – including applications, market size and routes to market which can facilitate the translation of innovation from the laboratory to reality.
Please submit a project by completing the form on the website. The proposal deadline is 15 June.
If you have any queries about submitting a proposal, please contact Dr Rebecca Myers, EnterpriseTECH Programme Director and Head of Entrepreneurial Learning Programmes & Engagement, CJBS Entrepreneurship Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Entrepreneurship Centre at Cambridge Judge Business School aims to inspire, enable and research entrepreneurship.