Science and Technology’s business and industry seminar programme invites senior representatives from a diverse range of commercial and allied organisations to talk about their science and innovation challenges. Each seminar is hosted on campus, with lunch provided to help facilitate networking. The seminars are open to students, academic staff, and partner businesses.
Robert Blake and Rebecca Marsden provide academic support for students in the Faculty of Science and Technology and the Faculty of Health and Medicine. The aim is to help students achieve their full potential through effective study practices and good scientific writing.
Lancaster University's interactive particle physics exhibit, manned by a team of Science and Technology students and researchers, proved to be a big hit at this year's Big Bang Science Fair. Lancaster's Physics Department helped design the interactive virtual particle accelerator game, based on the science behind the ATLAS project at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
The first annual report for Busniess Partnerships and Enterprise in the Science and Technology Faculty demonstrates performance over 2011-2012 across the new themes and five ways of working in partnership- collaborative research, co-location facilities for business, commercialisation of intellectual property, student projects and placements and professional training to business and industry, and introduces some of the outstanding staff and businesses who made these achievements possible.
Innovation Priorities for the Chemical Using Industries, by Carol Boyer-Spooner, CEO, Chemistry Innovation Knowledge Transfer Network/International Business Leaders Forum