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Events,workshops and webinars

We work to increase opportunities for companies to interact with researchers from the University – a conversation can often spark new innovative ideas.
Throughout the year we organise a wide range of workshops, events and activities for companies can find out more about the latest research from the University.

Events for Industry

Events for Staff

Events for Students

Events and webinars for Industry

Professor Derek Mann

Battery Life Monitoring

Professor Gonçalo dos Reis​
29 September, 11am-12pm

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Professor Derek Mann

Drawing on our research and innovation expertise to accelerate the transition to a circular economy

Charlotte Lee-Woolf and Lucy Stanfield
14 October, 11am-12pm

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Digital Biomarkers

Ethics by Design: Digital Health & Biomarkers

Olivia Gambelin, CEO, Ethical Intelligence
4 October, 3-4pm

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Digital Biomarkers

Future of decentralised care and the role of digital biomarkers

Dr Mert Aral, Head of R&D and Clinical Strategy, Huma
13 October, 10-11am

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Digital Biomarkers

Requirements for sustainable product development in Health Care

Dr Jhonatan Bringas Dimitriades, Chief Medical Communications Office, Nukute
20 October, 10-11am

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AIMday Sustainability

AIMday Sustainability

Register your question(s) by 30 September
Aimday: 2 December

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Recordings of past webinars

Science for Sustainability series 1

Scientific advances can help your business become more sustainable and innovative, and develop resilience for future growth.

First broadcast: December 2020 – May 2021

Fintech

Discover how Fintech experts are using data analytic capabilities and new technology to develop a range of propositions, enabling businesses to transform processes and models in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

First broadcast: July – August 2020

Advanced Manufacturing

Advanced manufacturing has the potential to help firms recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and protect them from future risk by transforming productivity, agility and resilience.

First broadcast: June – July 2020

Events for Staff

The patent process from an academic perspective

The patent process from an academic perspective

29 September, 1:00pm-2:00pm

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Digital Biomarkers

Ethics by Design: Digital Health & Biomarkers

Olivia Gambelin, CEO, Ethical Intelligence
4 October, 3-4pm

Register

Digital Biomarkers

Future of decentralised care and the role of digital biomarkers

Dr Mert Aral, Head of R&D and Clinical Strategy, Huma
13 October, 10-11am

Register

Digital Biomarkers

Requirements for sustainable product development in Health Care

Dr Jhonatan Bringas Dimitriades, Chief Medical Communications Office, Nukute
20 October, 10-11am

Register

The patent process from an academic perspective

How do I start a translational journey with my research?

Starting 18 October

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The patent process from an academic perspective

How do I engage in consultancy?

Starting 18 October

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The patent process from an academic perspective

How do I commercialise my idea?

Starting 22 November

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The patent process from an academic perspective

How do I engage across disciplines?

Starting 22 November

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Events for Students

Visit our EI Student website to sign up to the latest events and workshops.

Entrepreneurs' students working on a project

Edinburgh Innovations, in collaboration with Edinburgh’s DDI Hubs, has launched the Data-Driven Entrepreneurship (DDE) Beacon Programme, funded by the Scottish Funding Council via Data-Driven Innovation.

We are looking for entrepreneurial students and staff from the University and beyond who want to make a real-world impact in 2021. Could this be you?

The University of Edinburgh and Edinburgh Innovations are hosting a series of programmes to advance data-driven entrepreneurship and support a recovering society.

These activities offer huge opportunities to innovate and for entrepreneurial businesses, students, staff at the University and beyond to develop their ideas, build skills, scale up and connect their ideas to the world.

The DDE Programme is delivering 12 opportunities, between now and March 2022, to support entrepreneurship among partner organisations, staff and students, ranging from online courses to grants and a startup incubator.

 

Timeline showcasing activities for the DDE programme