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Innovation Source: From Smartphones to Diagnostics
2020-01-13

Innovation Source: From Smartphones to Diagnostics

On November, 5 Professor Hywel Morgan delivered an open lecture ““From Smartphones to Diagnostics”. The lecture was held under the series “Innovation source”. The whole society of IPC, including IPC researchers and doctoral students, was invited – 49 persons signed the attendance list. This event’s goal was to show miniature analytical systems that exploit low-cost consumer electronics for both sample processing and sensing of samples, and above their path to commercialization.

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Innovation Source: How to become an entrepreneur
2020-01-07

Innovation Source: How to become an entrepreneur

On October, 28 a course on "How to become an entrepreneur" took place at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). It was held under “Innovation source” open lecture series.

This event was aimed, in particular, to support a transfer of ideas generated at our institute to business. The event consisted of two seminars and a workshop, delivered by Sarai Kemp, and dr. Nitza Kardish – representatives of Trendlines, an Israeli company offering commercialization services at the field of life sciences. The whole society of IPC, including IPC researchers and doctoral students, was invited.

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Innovation Source: Academic exploring industry - a case study
2019-12-13

Innovation Source: Academic exploring industry - a case study

The ninth open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” was held on June 25th, 2019 at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). At the invitation of the ERA Chair Holder, Prof. Jakub Gołąb , Head of the Department of Immunology at Medical University of Warsaw paid a visit at IPC aimed at delivering a lecture „Academic exploring industry - a case study”.

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Innovation Source: From phenomenological investigations towards industrial applications. Production of CCV filters for automotive industry
2019-12-13

Innovation Source: From phenomenological investigations towards industrial applications. Production of CCV filters for automotive industry

On the 19th June, 2019 the eighth open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” was held at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). Prof. Leon Gradoń was invited to the Institute by the CREATE Project Coordinator and the ERA Chair holder to deliver the lecture entilted “From phenomenological investigations towards industrial applications. Production of CCV filters for automotive industry”.

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Innovation Source: From labs to hospitals, a long and complex journey
2019-12-12

Innovation Source: From labs to hospitals, a long and complex journey

On the 11th June, 2019 the open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” was held at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). Prof. Tomasz Ciach was invited to the Institute by the CREATE Project Coordinator and the ERA Chair holder. Prof. Tomasz Ciach is a professor at the Warsaw University of Technology who has broad experience in applying scientific knowledge in practice.

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Innovation Source: How to deal with the investment of a Venture Capital fund
2019-06-10

Innovation Source: How to deal with the investment of a Venture Capital fund

On May, 31 Rafał Bator delivered an open lecture “How to deal with the investment of a Venture Capital fund”. The lecture was held under the series “Innovation source”. The whole society of IPC, including IPC researchers and doctoral students, was invited – 59 persons signed the attendance list. This event was aimed at offering support to researchers, interested in commercial application of own ideas, with development of own ventures and acquiring private funding for initial development stages.

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Innovation Source: How to convert EU-funded research in MEMS and MOEMS technologies into a success story with market-oriented exploitation?
2019-01-21

Innovation Source: How to convert EU-funded research in MEMS and MOEMS technologies into a success story with market-oriented exploitation?

The fifth open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” was held on November 19th, 2018 at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). At the invitation of the ERA Chair Holder, Prof. Christophe Gorecki, Director of research at CNRS and Head of the MOEMS team at the FEMTO-ST Institute

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Innovation Source: How to start, and keep (!) your own business
2018-06-21

Innovation Source: How to start, and keep (!) your own business

On the 10th May, 2018 the another open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” took place at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). The purpose of the above series of lectures is to update scientists’ knowledge of current technological trends and innovation in chemistry-related sectors, as well as establishment of relations with business.

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Innovation Source: Academic scientists and Pharmaceutical R&D: what can they offer each other?
2018-06-25

Innovation Source: Academic scientists and Pharmaceutical R&D: what can they offer each other?

On the 6th June, 2018 the open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” was held at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). Radoslaw Kwapiszewski was invited to the Institute by the CREATE Project Coordinator and the ERA Chair holder, professor Robert Holyst and professor Maciej Wojtkowski, respectively. He is R&D Project Manager in the Drug Discovery Department, Adamed Group.

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Innovation Source: The Israeli start-ups’ eco-system - How to commercialize technologies from the Academia?
2016-11-10

Innovation Source: The Israeli start-ups’ eco-system - How to commercialize technologies from the Academia?

The first open lecture under a series of “Innovation source” was held on the 26th Oct., 2016 at the Institute of Physical Chemistry PAS (IPC). The purpose of the above series of lectures is to update scientists’ knowledge of current technological trends and innovation in chemistry-related sectors, as well as establishment of relations with business.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme
under grant agreement No 666295.