Johannes Wolff is a PhD student at the Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge where he researches how innovative firms in emerging technologies navigate periods of market and financial adversity. His industry focus is on the biopharma field, specifically on gene therapy. Johannes … [Read more...] about Johannes Wolff, Deputy Programme Director
Past projects include: Raspberry Pi, AQDOT, Sphere Fluidics, Cambridge CMOS Sensors, Ampika, Immaterial Labs, WaterScope, Intelligent Fingerprinting, Spectral Edge, Lungfish Dive Systems, Illumink, Sorex Sensors, Paragraf, Xampla, HexagonFab, Qkine, NuQuantum i-Teams at the IfM: • 15 years • … [Read more...] about i-Teams statistics 2021
Past projects include: Raspberry Pi, AQDOT, Sphere Fluidics, Cambridge CMOS Sensors, Ampika, Immaterial Labs, WaterScope, Intelligent Fingerprinting, Spectral Edge, Lungfish Dive Systems, Illumink, Sorex Sensors, Paragraf, Xampla i-Teams at the IfM: • 13 years • 170 inventions provided with … [Read more...] about i-Teams statistics 2019
Details of our upcoming courses and events are available here. Next Innovation i-Teams course: Michaelmas Term 2021, apply here by Tuesday September 28th. This course will run in-person at the IfM on Monday evenings. If COVID guidance changes during the term then we will change to blended or … [Read more...] about Applying for i-Teams
One of this year's i-Teams projects (from Michaelmas 2014) has been awarded a winner's prize in the annual CUE £1k competition. The "MOfs i-Teams" project team consisting of the inventors, Dr. David Fairen-Jimenez and T. Tian, along with three of the original i-Teams students, Andrew Marsden, Thomas … [Read more...] about Congratulations to our £1k winners!
Neil Gregory has worked in Higher Education for 19 years, specialising in revenue generation, research funding and commercialisation of research. Before joining Complexity Partners, Neil was Director of Business and Enterprise at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has … [Read more...] about Neil Gregory, Complexity Partners