October 11: LU(MC) talent meets Young STT
A night about biotechnology, art and the future
Do you want to know what the future may bring? Are you a young professional working at Leiden University or Leiden University Medical Center and ready to exchange knowledge and ideas with like-minded people? Then attend the young professionals’ event on the 11th of October @ Luris, HUBspot!
The Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends (STT), Luris and HUBspot are organising an inspirational and energising evening for young professionals from STT, Leiden University and Leiden University Medical Center and HUBspot. The themes of this event will be biotechnology, art and the future.
Meet with enthusiastic and creative minds from industry, society, science and government to talk about the implications of your findings for society and the possible application of new technologies. Gain new insights about the future through lively discussion during the group sessions and become inspired by Professor of Art and Science Interactions, Rob Zwijnenberg.
17.30 – 18.15 Reception (food and drinks provided)
18.15 – 18.25 Introduction
18.25 – 18.45 Speed date
18.45 – 19.15 Rob Zwijnenberg, professor of Art and Science Interactions at Leiden University
19.15 – 20.00 Group sessions @HUBspot
20.00 – 20.30 Pitches and drinks
Would you like to become future ready? Then register today via firstname.lastname@example.org.
2312 NV Leiden
About STT and Young STT
The Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends (STT) is an independent non-profit foundation, funded by financial contributions from the Dutch government and industry and science. STT carries out society oriented technology foresight studies. For that purpose, STT facilitates a free space in which stakeholders, experts and creative minds from industry, society, science and government take part.
Young STT consists of talented young people working at the companies and institutions representing the STT governing board, which among others include T-Mobile, Philips and KNAW.
Luris connects academics of Leiden University and Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) with the market and society at large, in order to enhance the impact of novel technologies and knowledge.
HUBspot is a centre for Leiden students, recent graduates and everyone who's interested in innovation and entrepreneurship.