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Unilever Research Commercialsation Talks

last modified Jul 22, 2015 04:32 PM
Scientists from Unilever, one of NanoDTC’s key Industry partners give insightful talks to students on research commercialisation

Dr. Michael Butler and Dr. Jeannette Evans from Unilever Research‎ Centre, Colworth led an interactive session with NanoDTC students on “Research Commercialisation Stories from Unilever: Toothpaste, Opals and Tea”. They spoke about their experiences with commercialising research breakthroughs at Unilever, pitfalls that came along the way and how they were overcome (or sometimes not). The event was held at the Department of Chemistry on the 8th of July and was attended by around 60 students and academics. This was the first in a series of research commercialisation talks being organised by the NanoDTC this year.

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