Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 19 November 2019

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 19 November 2019   More information on the theme to follow… The programme 07:45 – 08:10       Registration, breakfast and networking 08:10 – 08:15       Welcome and introductions 08:15 – 09:00       Keynote 09:00 – 09:10       Q&A 09:10 – 09:30       The Shop Window...

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 24 September 2019

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 24 September 2019   More information on the theme to follow…   The programme 07:45 – 08:10       Registration, breakfast and networking 08:10 – 08:15       Welcome and introductions 08:15 – 09:00       Keynote 09:00 – 09:10       Q&A 09:10 – 09:30    ...

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 23 July 2019

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 23 July 2019   More information on the theme to follow…   Our speaker James Tomkinson Deputy Director of Digital and Marketing, University of Nottingham The programme 07:45 – 08:10       Registration, breakfast and networking 08:10 – 08:15       Welcome and introductions 08:15 – 09:00  ...

The Industrial Value of 3D Printing

Ingenuity Breakfast Event – 30 April 2019   More information on the theme to follow… Our speaker Martin Baumers Assistant Professor in Additive Manufacturing Management Martin’s focus areas are the economics and efficient operation of AM as well as the benefits that can be derived from adopting the technology. From...

How do you get your creative idea recognised?

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University of Nottingham research accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event welcomed Rachael Lamb, Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship & Innovation to share her research on how creative ideas are recognised and gain...

Ingenuity19

An competition hosted by the Ingenuity Lab – Deadline 24th January 2019   Ingenuity19 is the University of Nottingham’s annual innovation event designed to discover and develop enterprising ideas to transform our future. It’s a brilliant opportunity for disruptors, entrepreneurs and community innovators to come together, and explore key challenges facing...

Improving wellbeing for Olympic performance!

As members of the Ingenuity network will know, one of our key aims is to make University of Nottingham research accessible to the local business community. Our latest breakfast event welcomed Dr Holly Blake, Associate Professor in Behavioural Science to share her research on health and wellbeing. It was also our pleasure...