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University of Oxford Begbroke Science Park FREE Breakfast Seminar: Develop and Grow with the Royal Society of Chemistry

RSC LOGODevelop and Grow with the Royal Society of Chemistry

Date: 3 Dec 2015 8.15 – 9.45am

Venue:  Blenheim Room, Farmhouse, Begbroke Science Park



Presented by Dr Clare Wilson, Small Companies Programme Manager & Katie Dryden-Holt, Membership Recruitment Supervisor, Royal Society of Chemistry

Are you a UK company doing some chemistry related R&D? Do you want to enhance your reputation, develop your staff, accelerate your innovation and grow your business?

Come and learn about how we can support your company through our grants and funding via EnterprisePlus – a dedicated service for micro, small and medium-sized companies. Find out how we also support individuals through professional development opportunities.enterpriseplus logo

Hear from Oxford University spin-outs OXTEX and Oxford Advanced Surfaces how working with us has helped their businesses.

The Royal Society of Chemistry is the world’s leading chemistry community, advancing excellence in the chemical sciences.

Book online 

For more information email or call 01865 309625.


About the Royal Society of Chemistry

With over 50,000 members and a knowledge business that spans the globe, the RSC is the UK’s professional body for chemical scientists; a not-for-profit organisation with 170 years of history and an international vision for the future. It promotes, supports and celebrates chemistry. The RSC works to shape the future of the chemical sciences – for the benefit of science and humanity. for more information visit our website.

About Begbroke Science Park

Begbroke Science Park is the only science park wholly owned and managed by Oxford University – the interface between start-ups, Oxford’s world-leading scientific research programmes, and industrial research and process development. This makes Begbroke Science Park the location of choice, a natural base for emerging science-based businesses wanting to tap into Oxford’s research to create competitive advantage and drive ground-breaking projects. For more information about working with Begbroke Science Park visit our website.

Joanna Grant