The tracker is a short survey to gather students’ expectations and experiences of technology at King’s College London. The results will inform activities and decisions about the digital provision and feed into work on enhancing digital education at King’s College London.
The Survey is being run by the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning (CTEL) at King’s College London, in association with theJoint Information Systems Committee (JISC). More information can be found at www.kcl.ac.uk/sdet
Would you like to check the commercial potential of your research? Do you think you already have the Next Generation Technology or Service in Life Sciences? Then get the know-how to commercialize it!
Apply for the International Summer School on Technology Transfer in Life Sciences, which will take place from 5th – 9th September 2016 in Dresden, Germany!
This training programme (www.summerschool-dresden.de) is part of the Transcampus activities between King’s College London and Technische Universität Dresden and will give you the opportunity to learn the basics of technology transfer, including the identification of the commercial potential within your own research, how to protect and license it, how to create a spin-off – and the know-how how to fund all those activities. You will be trained in how to pitch in front of potential investors, and sensitized on important pitfalls when approaching industry.
The participation fee and accommodation costs of all selected candidates will be covered and you’ll receive a travel stipend!
‘The Toshiba Fellowship Programme offers outstanding scientists an annual opportunity to apply to join Toshiba’s research and development laboratories in Japan for up to two years, on a Research Fellowship Contract.
The Toshiba Fellowship Programme is a unique opportunity for recently qualified PhD level scientists, mainly from science, computing and mathematics disciplines. It offers a chance to journey alongside Toshiba into innovation, discovering a new world of research and development, as well as exploring and living a new cultural experience in Japan.’