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One Health Showcase focussed on Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) challenges and solutions

The Bioscience impact team is holding a One Health Showcase focussed on Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) challenges and solutions. Pump-prime funding is linked to the event to help kick-start innovative projects.
When Apr 14, 2016
from 02:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Where Murray Edwards College
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The Bioscience impact team is holding a One Health Showcase focussed on Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) challenges and solutions.   

The event will be held on Thursday 14th April, 2-9pm, at Murray Edwards College.


University of Cambridge researchers from any discipline with a potential AMR application are invited to participate.  You will get the opportunity to pitch your research to an audience of relevant and interested industry, and access to Cambridge Enterprise expertise during a pitch practice session before the event.  Pump-prime funding is linked to the event and will be available to help further an idea such that it is better ready to  present to a potential collaborator, or to help kick-start an innovative project.  The event will include plenty of opportunities to engage with other AMR researchers and industry.


This is a free half-day event (2-9pm) including dinner and is provided by the BBSRC Impact Acceleration Account.


For more information, visit the website or contact the event organiser, Kate Parsley


Applications for the event can be made via the website and the closing date for applications is Sunday 13th March.  Places are limited and will be confirmed by Friday 18th March; a reserve list will operate in the event of over-subscription.  Delegates will be required to participate in the entire event.

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