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Entrepreneurship opportunities

(Closes 20 December 2016) - ETECH Programme Open for Projects

 
Applications for the 2017 EUSynBioS Steering Committee are now open!

The EUSynBioS initiative is run entirely by dedicated students and postdocs keen to make a difference in European synthetic biology. The initiative is currently looking for new members to join their 2017 EUSynBioS Steering Committee!

(Closes 12 Jan 2017) Grant Writing Workshop, Edinburgh

 
Entrepreneurship

Synthetic Biology is a growing industry with excellent opportunities for entrepreneurship. The University of Cambridge, being at the centre of Europe's most dynamic high-technology cluster, is a great place to take forward ideas.

(Closes April 15 2017) Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Summer Course in Synthetic Biology 2017

The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory are now accepting applications for the 2017 Summer Course in Synthetic Biology.

(Closes 31 Jan 2017) Engineering Theme Regional Workshops

The Engineering Theme at EPSRC is planning to hold three two day Regional Workshops to engage with a cross-section of the Engineering community and related areas to share EPSRC’s strategy for the Delivery Plan 2016-17/2019-20 and discuss its implementation in the context of the Engineering Theme’s strategy.

[22nd – 24th March 2017] Agro-Innovation 3-day workshop and networking event

Are you interested in ‘Entrepreneurial’ way of thinking? Do you think you could make a difference with your ideas? (but don’t know how) Thinking of starting your own business?

[Closes 15 Apr 2017] 2017 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Summer Course in Synthetic Biology

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory are now accepting applications for the 2017 Summer Course in Synthetic Biology.

Invitation to join the Global Challenges Forum

A university-wide research network for the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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