UKSPA 30 - Presentations and Resources
UKSPA 30 - Presentations and Resources
Resources and information from the 30th Anniversary Summit
Images from the Event are on the UKSPA Flickr website
Presentations from the UKSPA 30th Anniversary Summit at the ICC Birmingham on Thursday 10th and Friday 11th July.
Friday 10th July
Plenary Session 1 - Birgitte Andersen, Director, The Big Innovation Centre.
Plenary Session 2 - John Mathers, Chief Executive, The Design Council
Plenary Session 3 - David Willetts MP, Minister for Universities and Science
Conference Keynote Address - Embracing Innovation in the UK
Plenary Session 4 - Chris Allington, Managing Director, Oxford Innovation and Jo Willett, Marketing and Business Development Director, Oxford Innovation
Plenary session 5 - David Rowe, Warwick Enterprise
Plenary Session 6 - David Hardman, CEO, Innovation Birmingham and Chairman, UKSPA
Friday 11th July 2014
Plenary Session 7 - Mark Holmes, Deputy Director, Innovation Infrastructure & Impact, BIS
Plenary Session 8 - Dr Joe Marshall, COO, National Centre for Universities and Business
Plenary Session 9 - Josep Pique, Chief Executive 22@Barcelona and President, European Division IASP
Plenary Session 10 - Dr Sarah Main, Director, campaign for Science and Engineering (CASE)
Plenary Session 11 - Neil Crockett, CEO, Connected Digital Economy
Plenary Session 12 - Phil Smith, Chairman Technology Strategy Board and Chief Executive, Cisco UK and Ireland
Thursday 10 July 2014
Session A. SMEs' developing connections in a multinational world.
John Bows, Technology Innovation Manager, PepsiCo Europe. How can Science & Innovation SME's engage with Pepsico R&D? (To Follow)
Phil Woods, Head of Technology Strategy, PepsiCo Europe. BAE Systems and its external R&T Supply Chain.
Jenny Laird, Senior Director and Head of External Activities in Europe, Australia and Canada, Lilly. Lilly Global External R&D. Find: Fund: Develop.
Session B. Future Cities: Trends and opportunities.
Jonathan Burroughs, Creative Places. The Threats and Opportunities that Future Cities pose for Science Parks
Carl Potter and James Kingdom, GVA. Driving Future Growth: Core Cities and the Knowledge Economy.
Session C. Developing Environments for BioScience Research and Innovation - BBSRC.
Celia Caulcott, BBSRC Executive Director, Innovation & Skills. An Overview
Derek Jones, Chief Executive, Babraham Bioscience Technologies Ltd. Babraham Research Campus
Chris Dunkley, Enterprise Projects Director, Rothamsted Research. Developing an agri-tech campus
Robin Brighton, Director, SQW. Benefits Realisation.
Session D. New Cities. New Environment. New Design
Eugene Sayers and Neville Surti, Sheppard Robson
David Green, Pringle Brand Perkins + Will
Clark Geddes, Geddes Architects. Stimulating Creativity and Tenants.
Session E. Co-Location Models and impact of Research and Technology Organisations.
Patrick Bonnett, Head of Innovation Campus Development, The Food and Environment Research Agency. How Co-Location Models of Research Organisations Drive Societal Benefits Through Innovation.
Richard Brook, President of AIRTO, The Association of Independent Research and Technology Organisations. Making Innovation Happen: A Fresh Look at the Impact of Britains Innovation and Technology Sector
Session F. Accelerating the Growth and Health of Our Clients.
John Leake, Sci-Tech Daresbury. Accelerating High-Tech Business Growth.
Bernard Curren, Growth Acceration and Innovation Network. Beyond Property: The Growth Acceleration and Innovation Network.
Session G. A Technology Focus for Science Parks... but what about the Clients?
Catherine Johns, NETPark. Technology Focus as a way of Driving Global Competitiveness for Science Parks.
Roger Pitfield, Horizon Europa Ltd, Funding for SMEs and Science Parks
Michael Wilson, 3M Buckley Innovation Centre. Technology Audits to Support Research Commercialisation.
Session H. International Perspectives of Science Parks and the Global Opportunities for Clients.
Chris Hurne, Head of Science Infrastructure, UKTI
Ebba Lund, Chief Operating Officer, IASP - The International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation.Science and Techology Parks throughout the World.
Gareth Roberts, UKTI. Global Entrepreneur Programme: Accelerating Global Success.
Session I. Growing Biotechnology Incubators and Biomedical Campuses.
Daniel McDonald-Junor. IncuData. BioTechnology Incubators: From Property Management to Business Support.
Wesley Randle, Colworth Science Park. Feeding the Pipeline and Current Good Practice
Jeanette Walker, Project Director, Cambridge BioMedical Campus, with John Sommerville, Creative Places. Developing a World Leading BioMedical Campus: The Cambriodge BioMedical Campus.