Come to Climate-KIC’s UK on-campus lunch in Cambridge next week

Find out more about the €95,000 climate innovation Acceleration Programme at an event in Cambridge on Tuesday February 25th.

Climate-KIC’s team will be in Cambridge to introduce you to its Acceleration Programme, some of the cutting-edge climate change technologies it is already supporting and the opportunities available to you and your students or colleagues.

Aqdot, one of Climate-KIC’s UK start-ups spun-out from research at the University of Cambridge, will be there to offer insight into how Climate-KIC helped them ‘start-up’.

Acceleration Programme

With up to €95.000 of grant funding available, coaching and a pan-European network of climate change innovators – Climate-KIC can help turn your idea into a project with a climate change impact.
Its team will work with you to incubate your idea at the pace you prefer, connecting you with our community of partners and innovators and offering opportunities to refine the skills and know-how to launch your innovations.

Date: Tuesday 25 February 2014
Time: 13.00-13.00
Venue: The Graham Storey Room, Trinity Hall, Trinity Lane, Cambridge CB2 1TJ

Date: Tuesday 25 February 2014
Time: 15.00-17.00
Venue: The Hauser Forum, 3 Charles Babbage Road, Cambridge CB3 0GT

If you can’t make the lunch – drop by for a tea or coffee from 3-5pm at the Hauser Forum, West Cambridge campus. Let us know if you’re planning to drop in.

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What is Climate-KIC?
We are Europe’s largest public-private innovation partnership focused on climate change, consisting of dynamic companies, the best academic institutions and the public sector.
Find out more about our partners, our business strategy and how we’re organised.

Vision, mission and core values
Our vision for the future is to provide the people, products and leadership to address the challenge of global climate change.
Our mission is to create opportunities for innovators to address climate change and shape the world’s next economy.


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