The focus of this 3-day Early Career Workshop is: ” Turning innovative ideas into bankable projects – How to develop project ideas and attract funding”

If you are in the last year of your PhD or you are a postdoctoral researcher within 3 years of completing your PhD do not miss this opportunity to engage with experts from industry and academia in the lignocellulosic biorefinery area and take part in a creativity workshop aimed at inspiring  researchers to recognise the potential for innovation and research in the area of industrial biotechnology and  lignocellulosic biomass.

Take part in this 3-day workshop, where a series of inspirational talks are planned. Participants are expected to form teams and develop innovative and competitive ideas for funding. Mentors from industry and academia will be there to support delegates. This is a great opportunity to mix with like minded researchers and be guided in how to develop creative research into competitive proposals and entrepreneurial ventures. The workshop is led by Dr Edward Green, founder of Green Biologics and Chain Biotechnology and the aim is to encourage creative and innovative thinking.

Dates: 8-10 July 2015

Venue: Redworth Hall, Darlington

To register please complete  this application form: LBNet_Early stage career workshop_App form and return it to veronica.ongaro@york.ac.uk

 

For further information: LBNet_Early stage career workshop_Info