May 9, 2019
Molecular Science Research Hub
80 Wood Lane
The West Works
White City Place
The Deep Tech Network is organised by Imperial College London’s Chemistry department, Enterprise Division and Upstream (a partnership between College and Hammersmith and Fulham Council), with the intention of encouraging interaction and collaboration between business and Imperial’s researchers and developing a deep-tech innovation ecosystem around Imperial’s White City campus.
In Autumn 2018 Chemistry became the first of Imperial’s departments to move from South Kensington to White City, taking up residence at the Molecular Science Research Hub (MSRH). The MSRH brings together nearly 800 scientists, clinicians, engineers and business partners and houses the equipment and infrastructure to support a twenty-first-century approach that can address common challenges in areas such as energy, healthcare, and sustainability.
The Deep Tech Network events will represent an exciting opportunity to convene businesses, academics and entrepreneurs using science, technology and engineering to combat global challenges. Speakers will come from a range of sectors including biotech, pharma, medtech, energy, cleantech and greentech materials and industrial biotech, consumer goods, food and agri-tech, fintech, telecommunications and defence.
15:30 Registration and networking over refreshments
16:00 Short talks by Imperial College academics, industry and startups.
17:45 Networking drinks @ The West Works Building- White City Place (5 minute walk from MSRH)
19:00 Event ends
Confirmed Speakers: Martin Agnew, Airbus Defence & Space; Emmanuel Ayoola, Generating Genius; Alex Bond, Freshcheck; Tony Cass, Imperial College London; Andrew Cohen, Head of BBC Science Unit; Cllr. Stephen Cowan, Leader of Hammersmith & Fulham Council; Niall Dunne, Polymateria; Anna Rosell, Sixfold Bioscience; Avi Spier, Novartis; Check Warner, Seraphim Capital (venture fund).
Registration: Registration is free but numbers are limited; please register early to avoid disappointment!
Thanks to our kind supporters BBSRC, Mitsui Fudosan and White City Place.