Following the Autumn Statement, the UK’s scientific research and development sectors are set to benefit from an additional £2 billion government funding by 2020.
Science and Innovation 2017 will give an exclusive introduction to the brand new Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, discussion surrounding the implementation of the new research public body UKRI as well as investment and collaboration prospects to enhance research and lucrative commercialisation.
Hear from leading experts and best practice case studies as well as actively network with other academics, business leaders, decision makers and key stakeholders to ensure the UK remains a world leader within research, innovation and industry.
Professor Tim Dafforn, Chief Entrepreneurial Advisor, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Dr Ruth McKernan CBE, Chief Executive, Innovate UK
Dr Brian Bowsher, Chief Executive, Science and Technology Facilities Council
Catherine Mealing-Jones, Director of Growth, UK Space Agency
Broad Sanctuary, Westminster, London SW1P 3EE
The Queen Elizabeth II Centre is a world class, bespoke venue offering high quality facilities with fantastic views over Westminster – the perfect place to meet and do business.
The meeting covered a wide range of aspects of Science and Innovation, and was very nicely organised in an excellent environment. It was very enjoyable too to meet a cross-section of people one would not normally have encountered
As an academic, the conference helped me to understand better the synergy between academia and industry. It also allowed me to get a better insight into some of the government policies
St Mary’s University
Useful to gain an overview of the major trends in science innovation going forward and their implications
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