NeuroD Tech+Tech Workshops at the Museum of Science and Industry

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MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY, MANCHESTER

7TH - 8TH MARCH 2017


Following the successful preliminary NeuroD roadmapping workshop at Shrigley Hall in late January, these two half-day workshops served to further flesh out and develop potential projects and offer delegates an opportunity to network, develop contacts and share resources in cross-faculty collaborations. Hosted in central Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry; the NeuroD Tech+Tech workshops prompted in-depth discussion among delegates and made significant progress both for the development of individual projects and the formulation of the wider research roadmap that is the intended outcome of the NeuroD initiative. 

The output from the group discussion sessions on both days have been digitised and are now available to view here. If the projects and discussion topics are of interest to you and you'd like to know more please don't hesitate to contact matthew.thomas@manchester.ac.uk in order to facilitate a connection with the delegates from this or prior NeuroD events.

Parallel to these discussions, we began scheduling interviews with delegates and other NeuroD members to learn more about their particular research area, interests and thought about projects going forward. These interviews will be conducted in the coming weeks and will help in the development and visualisation of the landscape document that will be presented at the next NeuroD event taking place on 12th April at the University of Manchester Innovation Centre.

 

The interviews would be non-intensive, non-disruptive and entirely flexible to accommodate delegates' busy schedules.

To arrange an interview, please contact judith.bek@manchester.ac.uk to learn more and decide on a time convenient to you.

Registration for the next NeuroD roadmap development event on the 12th April is now open and bookings can be placed here.

 matthew.thomas@manchester.ac.uk

 0161 275 6158

 @NeuroDPlatform

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