ONE Life Sciences Network: IP and Partnerships
- 12.30-15.30, 13 November, Marcliffe Hotel & Spa, North Deeside Road, AB15 9YA
Dr Ian Heywood, Knowledge Transfer Adviser at the Knowledge Transfer Network, will discuss the benefits of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) to companies, scientists, and universities and highlight a series of successful examples from the North East of Scotland. David Dennis, Senior Associate at law firm, CMS will also share his insights on the importance of securing legal agreements in advance of commencing partnerships and the importance of protecting and developing IP.
More info, and registration, can be found on Eventbrite
Postdoctoral Professional Development Programme
18 November: A04, Crombie Halls, Old Aberdeen
- 09.30-12.30 – Professional Networking for Researchers
- 13.00-16.00 – Social Media Bootcamp: Connecting, Sharing and Strategy
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, Researcher Development Adviser
Research & Innovation are running a series of Practical Skills for Researchers workshops which offer hands-on training to guide you through the University’s research systems.
- 13.00-14.00, 20 November: F86, Edward Wright Building, Old Aberdeen
Our practical skills for researchers’ workshops aim to help you understand some of the most common systems, applications and processes in use by the University and provide a space where you can ask questions and work through activities at your own pace. During this session staff from Research and Innovation and Digital and Library Services will be available to provide information and practical assistance to help you discover more about:
- REF, what you need to know and what you need to do
- ORCID, what is it and how does it link to Pure
- The Pure Public Profile: publicise, promote and discover