The aim of the conference is to promote the translation of cutting edge research into leading products and services – by building bridges between academia, investors, industry and government and linking innovative minds across disciplines.
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The Innovation Forum goal is to build bridges between academia, industry and policy makers. They focus on the future and the evolution of today’s technologies, which range from the nascent stage to the cusp of commercial application.
Innovation is a multidisciplinary activity that is key to any country’s growth model. It brings together engineers, business professionals, economists, doctors, scientists and policy makers. The Innovation Forum exists to facilitate this multidisciplinary structure by fostering synergy between academia, industry and the public sector. The executive team is centred around an international group of students who obtained their PhDs at Cambridge University. The Advisory Board includes leading academics with successful track records of creating successful spinout companies.
Sponsors include Johnson & Jonson Innovation, AstraZeneca, Mundipharma, MedImmune, Astex Pharmacueticals and george james ltd.