Exist Insight ISSUE 10

Upcoming Events

  1. ExIST Quarterly Event - Can Exeter become a World Leader in Air Quality?

    04 July 2019

    On Thursday 4th July 2019, ExIST (Exeter Initiative for Science & Technology) will be holding its quarterly breakfast event at the Environmental Futures & Big Data Impact Lab (Met Office HPC Complex) from 8:30am - 11am on the topic of Exeter's position as a world leader for air quality.

    Aims of this event are to:

    • Introduce some exciting academic and commercial projects around air quality going on around Exeter.
    • Encourage us to be ambitious as a region about our targets for air quality and our ability to act as world leaders.
    • Challenge us to think about how our ambitions can be achieved and what we can do to contribute to improving our impact on air quality and the environment around us.

    Ticket price includes a breakfast bap of bacon or halloumi and mushroom (v) and fresh fruit jars which attendees can help themselves to along with tea and coffee.


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  2. PRISM Speakers: STEM Diversity Workshop

    15 July 2019

    This is event is FREE to attend, with food and drink available to purchase at the venue.

    PRISM Exeter welcomes Kayisha Payne, founder of UK-wide network, Black British in STEM, who will lead a diversity workshop:

    •  Intro (10 mins) - Introductions, background and a bit of context into why Kayisha has been invited
    • Ice breaker (10 mins) - for all participants to get to know each other and set the atmosphere for a safe environment.
    • Presentation about Diversity & Inclusion (10mins)
    • Interactive workshop in groups - Workshop/group discussion focused on inclusivity, minority groups in science, education and inclusivity initiatives (20 mins)
    • Final thoughts and close (10 mins)

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  3. Tech Exeter Conference

    06 September 2019

    Tech Exeter Conference

    Date: 6th September 2019

    Venue: University of Exeter Business School


    Further detials TBC

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