Researchers are invited to attend the launch of the Sensor City Innovation Voucher Scheme, a new initiative to support projects between University researchers and companies based in Sensor City.
The scheme will provide funding of up to £10,000 for researchers from the University of Liverpool to develop projects with companies based in Sensor City and those in the wider region who are also developing sensor technologies and applications aligned to the Grand Challenges of the Government’s Industrial Strategy.
The Sensor City Innovation Voucher scheme launch event will take place 12- 2pm, Friday 26 July at Sensor City and will provide further details of project suitability for funding, when to apply and how the application process will work.The event will also provide an opportunity to meet and network with Sensor City companies with a view to developing new proposals ready for a September deadline.
To register to attend please visit this webpage.
Sensor City, a joint venture between the University and Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), aims to create a global hub for sensor technologies.
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