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Maxwell plus - for events co-organised by the Maxwell programme

The joint NanoDTC-Impulse-Maxwell Innovation Seminar Series has a series of brilliant speakers who are at different stages in their Innovation and Entrepreneurship journey.

We are delighted that our next speaker Dr. Mark Goulding will be speaking to us about

‘So, you think you can bring your innovation to a big company and they’ll be interested……'



About the Speaker

An experienced chemical scientist with broad insight at both lab and leadership level. After a long period of R&D with Merck as a synthetic organic discovery chemist and R&D leader in the fields of display and electronic materials, in the last five years, Mark has transitioned from R&D leadership via technology scouting and optimisation of early stage innovation processes to a current role to digitalise the experimental R&D workflow within Merck’s performance Materials Business Sector.

About the Seminar Series

This series of seminars happens monthly and speakers will present their ideas and experiences on how innovation impacts their endeavours.

We have a varied list of speakers, from academics turned in to entrepreneurs all the way to established companies.

The format is a 45 minute talk, followed by Q&A, and drinks and nibbles immediately after.

Attendance is free but spaces are limited so do register today.


Data Protection

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The data we hold for this purpose is very limited (contact details: name, email address, name of the organisation you are affiliated with; sometimes also telephone number and address).

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Wednesday, 23 October, 2019 - 16:15 to 18:00