ARMA Webinar Series hosted by Ex Libris
R&D is at the heart of the Government’s roadmap to achieving balanced economic growth across the UK. What is the place for University R&D as a catalyst for innovation in the regional economy?
On Thursday 17th September at 12pm ARMA and Ex Libris will be co-hosting a virtual roundtable event aimed at improving our shared understanding of the UKRI R&D Roadmap and sparking a debate on our place in “levelling” up the UK economy through research and innovation, increasing economic opportunity and driving innovation, job creation and productivity.
This event is the first of three live sessions in the next coming weeks
These events will invite contributions from our expert panel on topics such as:
What is our role as professionals at the intersection of turning ideas into economic growth? How can we facilitate collaboration between stakeholders? How can we build a meaningful dialogue with the public and promote responsible research and innovation?
The roundtable is designed to be interactive and attendees will be invited to pose questions and discussion points for the panel before and during the event.
We kindly ask you to send us any questions that you might would like to discuss directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
SIGN UP TO OUR LIVE WEBINAR on 17.09.2020 at 12pm
OUR PANELLISTS FOR THE EVENT ARE
Director of Policy & Communications, Praxis Auril
Deputy Director of Commercialisation, UKRI
Deputy Chair, Civic University Commission
Research Professional News (panel chair)
The event will be recorded but will only be available to access after the event by attendees.
Join us and be part of the conversation on how we can work together to achieve the ambitions of unlocking innovation and growth throughout all parts of the economy across the UK.
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