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|7 June 2022||16:00||This talk will be presented by visiting academic, Prof Ina Horlings from the University of Groningen. Full details||Hybrid - ESI Trevithick Room and on Teams.|| Add event|
|8 June 2022||13:00||Facilitated by Oxentia, this session aims to support the Cornwall microbiology community as a cohort, and as individuals, to explore how best to build collaborations with external, non-academic organisations.
Funded via IIB’s Translation Funds, this workshop welcomes all microbiology academics to join in a discussion that will explore the why, how and when to build external partnerships.
The outcome of the workshop will include: access to tools, understanding best techniques, map of our research strengths, as well as the opportunity for a 121 follow up discussion with Oxentia’s industry experts. Full details||Environment and Sustainability Institute|| Add event|
|10 June 2022||16:00||This workshop will be held by visiting academic, Prof Ina Horlings from the University of Groningen. She will also be delivering the ESI State of the Art talk on 7 June at 4pm titled "Transforming places together: citizens and community engagement responding to climate change.". Full details||ESI Trevithick Room|| Add event|
|15 June 2022||10:00||The University of Exeter's Innovation, Impact and Business (IIB) team together with the ESI are excited to announce Susannah McClintock as their new Royal Society Entrepreneur in Residence. This is a great opportunity for the ESI community to connect with an expert who can show how commercialisation and external engagement can lead to ideas for further research and/ or alternative career paths.
Susannah will attend the ESI All staff briefings online on 8 June and will be visiting the ESI on 15 June where there will be an open forum meet and greet session from 12 to 2pm (sandwiches included). If you'd like to meet Susannah, please email Andre Koch (A.Koch@exeter.ac.uk). Full details||Environment and Sustainability Institute|| Add event|
|24 June 2022||9:30||Come and join us to explore the frontiers of research and innovation in net zero agriculture, with presentations from pioneers in research and industry in our region. Full details||Environment and Sustainability Institute|| Add event|
|27 June 2022||13:00||Dr Aimee Murray is a Lecturer in Microbiology. She is based in Cornwall at the Environment & Sustainability Institute, Penryn and the European Centre for Environment and Human Health, Truro. Full details||Microsoft Teams|| Add event|