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TWI Innovation Network 2020 Convention: registration is open

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Thu, 05 March, 2020

TWI Innovation Network (TWIIN) is hosting its Annual Convention at TWI’s Cambridge headquarters on Wednesday 3 June 2020.

Registration is now open for what promises to be an informative, engaging and interactive day focused on engineering innovation and collaborative technology development.

The convention is being held alongside the NSIRC 2020 Conference, as in previous years, and delegates are also invited to attend Day 1 of the conference on Tuesday 2 June, the day before the TWIIN Convention. The conference will showcase the world-leading engineering research being produced by NSIRC’s PhD students, with speakers from industry including Jeremy Silver, CEO for Digital Catapult.

The convention’s keynote speaker from Innovate UK will talk about the UK funding landscape, and during the event there will be a closer look at best practice when applying for funding.

For 2020, the 1-2-1 Innovation Clinics will be making a return, offering a unique opportunity to find out how TWI’s Technology Innovation Management team can help businesses join leading research and development projects and access public funding. Book a clinic with the team today (appointments will be on a first-come-first-served basis).

TWIIN is globally recognised in the field of structural integrity and its open innovation ecosystem facilitates collaboration between researchers, TWI staff and industrial Member companies.  It encompasses start-ups, micro-SMEs and SMEs, large enterprises and multi-nationals from the research and technology supply chain, covering the full range of Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs) 1-9 and industry sectors.

Register your attendance for TWIIN Annual Convention 2020, and NSIRC Conference 2020 Day 1 now – free to attend.

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