Monday 01 February 2010, 1730-2000
The Lowry, Salford, Manchester
The Digital Pathways event will connect you and your business with North West Universities and key funders who can show you how you can make the most of collaborative R&D opportunities.
With a focus on fixed and mobile digital communications including broadcasting technology, this event will give you the inside track on getting the right support for your business.
Whether you need support to innovate, access to funding opportunities or simply to find out what's available, this is a must attend event for digital businesses across the North West region.
Funder presentations include:
- Technology Strategy Board (TSB)
- Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs)
- Business Link Northwest
- Enterprise Europe Network.
University of Bolton
University of Chester
University of Cumbria: "Bringing theory to life with the Stilwell virtual community: A University of Cumbria Project to promote health and social care professional learning"
InfoLab21 at Lancaster University: "InfoLab21: The North West Centre of ICT Excellence"
University of Liverpool: "Working together, making an impact"
Liverpool John Moores University: "Applying digital forensics in networked environments"
The University of Manchester: "Manchester Informatics: Information in the Digital Age"
Manchester Metropolitan University: "Engaging with local and national industries on customer-led research projects in areas as diverse as location specific content to mobile GPS devices and RFID/wireless sensing applications for rail track monitoring"
University of Central Lancashire:"Digital technologies: commerce, content and community"
The University of Salford Digital Cluster:
"A forum and centre of excellence, which combines and leads on high quality research, academic enterprise and teaching in areas of informatics, digital media, and new and convergent technologies"
The Open University.
This event is run by the North West Universities Association working in partnership with the national and regional Digital Communications Knowledge Transfer Network.
For further details please see the links below.