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Final presentations for the Michaelmas term Development i-Teams programme

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To be held online via Zoom - details will be accessible after you register for the event.

The event will include a "Mix and Mingle" to allow informal networking, and after the presentations there will also be an opportunity to talk to the individual teams.

This term's projects are:

• Detecting water contaminants with touch-screen devices in low and middle income countries (Dr. Ronan Daly & Sebastian Horstmann, Engineering with Professor Lisa Hall, CEB)

• Assessing and enhancing the quality of chlorinated water in Africa (Francesca O'Hanlon & Rebecca Donaldson, Blue Tap)

• Improving the long-term monitoring of neurosurgical patients in low-resource environments (Brandon Smith, Angelos Kolias & Professor Peter Hutchinson, Clinical Neurosciences)

For details of the projects, and other information about i-Teams, please see our website.

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For more information about the Centre for Global Equality, please see their website.


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i-Teams offers a unique opportunity for post-graduate students to build go-to-market strategies for ground-breaking university technologies and inventions.

We bring together leading university researchers with multi-disciplinary teams of the brightest students and experienced business mentors. The teams work together to investigate the commercial prospects of the researcher's new invention.

Students gain hands-on business skills, while researchers gain first-hand real-world industry feedback. 

i-Teams assess the commercial viability of the researcher's invention, determine future directions, identify product markets, and have some fun too!

 

 

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