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Science and Technology’s business and industry seminar programme invites senior representatives from a diverse range of commercial and allied organisations to talk about their science and innovation challenges. Each seminar is hosted on campus, with lunch provided to help facilitate networking. The seminars are open to students, academic staff, and partner businesses.

Science and Technology’s business and industry seminar programme invites senior representatives from a diverse range of commercial and allied organisations to talk about their science and innovation challenges. Each seminar is hosted on campus, with lunch provided to help facilitate networking. The seminars are open to students, academic staff, and partner businesses.

We provide a portfolio of courses for industry and professionals both in the UK and abroad. By sharing our expertise we improve the competitiveness and productivity of individuals and organisations through better use of knowledge, technology and skills.

We provide a portfolio of courses for industry and professionals both in the UK and abroad. By sharing our expertise we improve the competitiveness and productivity of individuals and organisations through better use of knowledge, technology and skills.

Continuing Professional Development within the Faculty of Science and Technology, Lancaster University

Continuing Professional Development within the Faculty of Science and Technology, Lancaster University

Colocation within the Faculty of Science and Technology, Lancaster University

Colocation within the Faculty of Science and Technology, Lancaster University

Science and Technology at Lancaster has an established track record of successful collaborative research partnerships with business and industry, from small businesses to large corporations, both in the UK and overseas.  We ensure our research demonstrates significant economic returns, societal impact and significant benefits to our partners.

Science and Technology at Lancaster has an established track record of successful collaborative research partnerships with business and industry, from small businesses to large corporations, both in the UK and overseas. We ensure our research demonstrates significant economic returns, societal impact and significant benefits to our partners.

Professional Training to Business and Industry

Professional Training to Business and Industry

Representatives from EDF Energy, BAE Systems, Nokia, NEC Corporation, Alfa Aesar, Avion Oy, e2v and IQE joined guests from UK academic institutions, government, and research councils to celebrate the launch of the first phase of the Lancaster Quantum Technology Centre (QTC) on Wednesday 28th May.

Representatives from EDF Energy, BAE Systems, Nokia, NEC Corporation, Alfa Aesar, Avion Oy, e2v and IQE joined guests from UK academic institutions, government, and research councils to celebrate the launch of the first phase of the Lancaster Quantum Technology Centre (QTC) on Wednesday 28th May.

Entrepreneur and former Science Minister Lord Drayson of Kensington said of the CGE: “I’m delighted to see Lancaster and Liverpool, two of our top research universities, working with Inventya in the vanguard of this green technological revolution. We have the brains, the science and the technology to lead this green tech revolution and I’m convinced that the scientists, technologists and entrepreneurs in this room will achieve great things through working together over the next few years."

Entrepreneur and former Science Minister Lord Drayson of Kensington says a new Centre for Global Eco-Innovation is at the forefront of a green technological revolution.

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