The i2i programme is for researchers from any subject area whose research can be applied to science, technology or engineering, including life sciences and healthcare.

Are you interested in

Enhancing impact from your research?
Exploring creative applications for your research?
Refining your communication skills?
Identifying markets and opportunities?
Considering first steps towards commercialisation?

Generating impact from your research

These online workshops taking place over four days are for early career researchers (PhD students and postdoctoral researchers, masters students.) The programme is open to life sciences, med school, psychology, business school, software designers and more.

Online workshops will be held on 15th, 17th, 22nd, 24th June 2021. You will also have the opportunity to explore the impact of your research by talking to potential partners and customers, with support and funding from Warwick Innovations.

If you would like to attend the i2i Programme, for further information and registration click below:

More about Warwick Innovations

Warwick Innovations commercialises innovations produced from world-leading research at the University of Warwick. We offer advice and services to the University’s innovators. Our role is to support them throughout the process of generating impact and a commercial return from their research, whilst they maintain their academic focus.

We work closely with industry. Our specialist commercialisation managers provide businesses and investors access to the best of the University’s Intellectual Property. We support technology development, license IP and create spin-out companies that retain close ties to the University’s expertise. Our innovations span a wide range of technologies and sectors, and new innovations emerge every week.

More about Deep Tech Innovation Centre

Our mission is to inspire, educate and incubate aspiring deep tech founders, who want to create a sustainable business built on data science, artificial intelligence or emerging technologies. For more click here:

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