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Engage with Strathclyde 30th April – 4th May

Engage with Strathclyde

The University of Strathclyde’s annual events programme, “Engage with Strathclyde” takes place from April 30th to May 4th 2018. The week-long series of events is an opportunity to showcase our world leading research, and for attendees to find out how they can collaborate and build relationships successfully to benefit their business or organisation.

Engage with Strathclyde takes place annually and attracts over 2,000 attendees from over 600 organisations over the course of the week. This year the University will host over 60 different events showcasing the latest research and opportunities for collaboration from across the University.

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The events range from a Fintech event, called ‘Auditing the Digital Future’ to ‘Data Science for Social Media’. You can also find out about tools and lessons learned from using expert judgement to understand uncertainty in health, ecology, risk assessment, and how children and young people’s development is impacted by their environment.

For the full range of events, take a look at the calendar and register now.

Images of Research

As well as lectures, workshops and seminars there is also the renowned Images of Research exhibition on display in the Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC), and a key feature of Engage with Strathclyde. The exhibition showcases images depicting how our research is Safeguarding Today, Securing Tomorrow, and will be formally opened by the Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald on Monday 30th of April (5.30 – 7.00pm, register here).

Tim Bedford, Associate Principal for Research and Innovation says “Engage with Strathclyde is an important week when we open up the University to engage with external organisations including business, the public and third sector. The week showcases our range of world-leading research and the impact we’re making around the globe. It’s a great chance for anyone who wants to develop working and learning-based relationships with us to find out how they can work with us.”


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