As students arrive back in Leeds and teaching gets underway, summer feels like a distant memory here at Leeds Beckett. Grow MedTech and Translate have a number of calls and events open to academics and students to brighten up your October - don’t let these exciting opportunities pass you by!
Accelerate is a new six-month business growth programme for SME’s in the Leeds City Region delivered as part of the successful ERDF funded programme, AD:VENTURE.
The EU Funding landscape and the Elephant in the room – BREXIT! UK Research Office (UKRO) annual visit to Leeds Beckett.
Our University membership to UKRO provides us with expert advice, information and resources in our mission to participate in European funding programmes; plus, an additional visit giving us the opportunity to have one-to-one discussions with our UKRO advisor.
Raj Kandola tells us about her 3 year research and enterprise project with multi-national company Amey.
Two Danish digital companies, Digitypes and Online Fox, visit Leeds Beckett University - a project partner on the Interreg North Sea Region Lean Landing programme.
The summary is one of the most important and sometimes most difficult part of a research grant proposal. Whilst some researchers think that they have done the job well, bids can fail because the summary is not ‘general enough’.
Leeds Digital Festival celebrates the cities thriving digital sector, its innovation, successes and annual growth. Collaboration is key, and as a city we seem to get better at it every year. The Festival is an open platform affair, which means anyone can run events over the busy two week period. And with over 250 events, 2019 was the busiest year to date.
Leeds Beckett presents internationalisation findings at Reggio Emilia Compete In International Seminar
Dr Brian Jones, senior lecturer at Leeds Beckett Business School was one of the keynote speakers at a recent international seminar in Northern Italy.
In support of #WorldAutismAwarenessWeek there is no better time to raise awareness of the 3 year IMAGE project, funded through Erasmus+ KA2, and led by Leeds Beckett University, which is being conducted in five European countries: the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Finland, France and Germany.
In this blog post, Cat Colquhoun talks about her new role leading Grow MedTech for Leeds Beckett – a new source of funding and innovation support which is supporting some exciting projects across our university from virtual physiotherapy to an aid to diagnose Alzheimer’s.