- A half day, with networking or debate
- Involve senior academic staff and academic-related colleagues in developing the programme and encouraging attendance
- Speakers could include university industrial liaison staff, knowledge exchange professionals, technology transfer specialists, patent lawyers, KTP advisors, KTP office, business development staff and senior managers
- Success stories by academic colleagues demonstrating the benefits and impact of KEC
This initiative provides universities and institutes with funding to deliver seminars on knowledge exchange and commercialisation (KEC).
The BBSRC will support a maximum of one seminar per year per institution, and therefore coordination across the institution is essential.
Please contact Phil Clare in the first instance if you are interested in applying to this scheme.
More details can be found on the BBSRC website.