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Seminar News

Each year a number of externally organised seminars are held around the Science Park. Some are open to both Park and non Park residents.These are listed below. For further information please contact the event organisers.

 

Wednesday 7th May 2014 -

- Wireless Power and Data-

Organised by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)

The IET Oxfordshire is hosting an event for everyone interested in the topics of Wireless Power and Data.

For further Information view the PDF here

This event is free & open to all, however advance registration is essential.

To register visit the IET website here


Oxford Digital Marketing(ODM)
Training and Seminars

Oxford Digital Marketing organise a number of trainings and seminars at The Oxford Science Park on the topics of SEO, Social Media Marketing, Google Analytics, Linked in for Business Generation and Building your own WordPress Website or Blog. Advance registration and payment is necessary for all ODM events.

For 2014 dates and further information click here to see the Oxford Digital Marketing website.


Previous Events

Tuesday 15th April 2014 -

- Assisted Vision & Autonomous Cars -

Organised by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)

The IET Oxfordshire is hosting an event for everyone interested in the topics of Assisted Vision and Autonomous Cars.

For further Information view the PDF here

This event is free & open to all, however advance registration is essential.

To register visit the IET website here

 

Wednesday 29th January 2014 -

- 'Map That App!' -

Organised by Oxford Academic Health Science Network

The Oxford AHSN is hosting an introductory event for everyone interested in the development and commercialisation of healthcare-related smartphone apps.

The two-hour session takes place at OAHSN offices at The Oxford Science Park in John Eccles House, Light refreshments will be provided. The programme includes handy hints from some trailblazers including:

There will be first-hand demonstrations as well as the opportunity to have your questions answered, find out what support is available and network with others who are also considering, or are already, developing apps.

To help us make sure the programme meets the needs of those attending Oxford AHSN are asking people to complete a quick survey by 24 January covering any experiences you have had around app development.

We plan to follow up this event with practical workshops.

This project is supported by NHS Innovations South East who will also present a roadmap for app development and commercialisation.

To find out more or to book your free place, contact Amy Shearman, tel: 01865 338428 or email: amy.shearman@ouh.nhs.uk

Location: John Eccles House- The Oxford Science Park
Time - 5pm - 7pm

Or see the Oxford AHSN website here

 

Tuesday 26th November 2013 -

- A Growth Accelerator Breakfast Meeting -
'Grow your Leadership Skills'

A great leader can make a business thrive. But having a whole team of great leaders could propel your business into rapid growth. Come along to our Leadership Skills seminar on 26 November 2013 and find out how the GrowthAccelerator service can help you to develop and empower your leadership team during your next drive for business growth.

GrowthAccelerator offers match funding of up to £2,000 for every senior manager involved in the strategic direction of the business, to undertake leadership and management training recommended for your business.

Location: Magdalen Centre - The Oxford Science Park
Registration and breakfast refreshments 7.45 - 8.15
Seminar 8.15 - 8.45

This event is free to attend, however advance registration is essential

For full details of this free event see the PDF here

 

Wednesday 9th October 2013 - Marks & Clerk Seminar

Post-Grant Proceedings in the US – Lessons from Year One - 08.30 - 10.00am


The newly formed Patent Trial and Appeal Board is quickly becoming the preeminent venue to settle patent disputes. Over 400 cases have been filed to take advantage of the new post-grant Patent Office proceedings since their implementation via the America Invents Act nearly a year ago. Thorny questions are being asked, answered, and newly uncovered. This discussion will review the merits of post-grant proceedings and address roadblocks, pitfalls, and potential short-cuts that could separate the winners from losers.

For event details see the Marks & Clerk website here

 

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