Industry partnering opportunity with Evoqua
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In the second event of our latest Virtual Series, we spoke with Simon Dukes, Technology Fellow, Advanced Water Technology Innovation and Development and Josh Griffis, Director of Technology & Innovation, at Evoqua – an industry leader in water and wastewater treatment solutions – to hear about the priority research that they’re looking for from academia.
What’s covered in this event?
- 00:00 – Introduction to the event from IN-PART
- 03.29 – Introduction to Evoqua
- 05:55 – Evoqua’s products and markets
- 09:13 – Scouting and evaluation process
- 12:50 – Research priorities
- 21:13 – Live Q&A
- 41:30 – Closing remarks
Format: Presentation followed by live Q&A (40-minutes)
As part of our current Global Challenge campaign on water pollution, Evoqua have shared their interests through this webinar and in a one-page summary (company interests and priorities), with the view to identify new academic partners for collaboration and commercialisation partnerships.
About Evoqua: Evoqua helps more than 38,000 customers solve water challenges at over 200,000 installations worldwide through providing a broad portfolio of water and wastewater treatment solutions. Ron Keating (CEO) is committed to sustainability “Enabling a more sustainable water system for future generations is both our opportunity and our responsibility.”
More Information about IN-PART’s Virtual Series:
Water is fundamental to our industry, economy, and environment, and there there are practically no industries that do not rely on water in their value chain. As such, we need to ensure that industry is not having an adverse effect on the environment by polluting our rivers, lakes, estuaries, and oceans.
In our Virtual Series, running alongside our latest Global Challenges campaign, we’ll be speaking with external innovation and R&D leads at Evoqua, Hach, and Puraffinity to hear about the roadblocks they face, and the priority research they’re looking for from academia to support their product and R&D pipelines.
Some of the topics covered will include:
- The top priorities and technical challenges for each company
- What research solutions companies are actively searching for from academia
- The companies’ preferred approaches to partnering with academic research and expertise
- Technology transfer, research commercialisation and industry engagement teams
- Academic researchers
- Industry R&D and open/external innovation teams
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