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Commercialising your research via consultancy

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Tariq Masood.

Lunch will be provided. Please reply to tm487@cam.ac.uk to express your interest in attending so that we can estimate the numbers required for lunch by 15 Jan 2014.

Paul Seabright of Cambridge Enterprise, Peter Templeton of ECS and academics will explore different approaches to dissemination and commercialisation.

Paul Seabright: Paul joined Cambridge Enterprise in April 2009 to take up the post as head of consultancy services and is responsible for both IT and business support. In 2010 he was a board member and director of Cambridge University Technical Services Limited (CUTS), a consultancy company wholly owned by Cambridge Enterprise Ltd. He has considerable experience of technology transfer in both the biotech and medtech sectors, a degree in biochemistry and a PhD in chemistry from Manchester. Paul was previously head of business development at Health Enterprise East where he was instrumental in building a successful technology transfer and consultancy organisation for the NHS in this region. Before this he was a technology manager at Cambridge Enterprise for more than 3 years and led its life science team. Paul also spent 5 years as a senior scientist with a Cambridge biotech company developing the its medtech business and has been a postdoctoral researcher with the MRC and the University of Cambridge.

Peter Templeton: Since 2003, Peter Templeton has led the Institute for Manufacturing’s Education and Consultancy Services which is responsible for transferring the IfM’s research and education outputs to industry, governments and academic institutions around the world. Peter has 25 years experience in manufacturing and manufacturing-related services. Early in his career Peter worked in chemical process design and operations; subsequently he developed a broad range of experience with companies providing IT software and services to the process manufacturing sector, encompassing systems for MRP II / ERP, Manufacturing Execution, Engineering Design and Supply Chain Planning and Execution. He has worked with world-leading companies from the chemicals, petroleum, pharmaceuticals, foods, consumer products, nuclear re-processing and defence industries.

This talk is part of the Commercialisation Seminar Series series.

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