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Oxford Summit 2021

Sessions from the Oxford Summit - a transatlantic conference for senior-level university and industry professionals, and government policymakers.

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Welcome to the Oxford Summit 2021 Opening remarks from the Oxford Summit 2021 online event, by Prof Chas Bountra CBE, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Innovation, University of Oxford Chas Bountra 21 Oct 2021
2 Catalysts for innovation at pace talk 1 Dr Nick Scott-Ram MBE, Managing Director - Life Sciences, Sensyne Health, Chaired by Dr Phil Clare, Deputy Director, Research Services, University of Oxford. Nick Scott-Ram 27 Oct 2021
3 Catalysts for innovation at pace talk 2 Bryan Haynes shares examples of how Kimberly-Clark Corporation has responded to COVID-19, what drove the changes, what difficult choices had to be made, and what was possible in a crisis that would have been more difficult before. Bryan Haynes 27 Oct 2021
4 Catalysts for innovation at pace Q and A Q and A session with the keynote speakers of the Catalysts for innovation at pace theme. Nick Scott-Ram, Bryan Haynes, Phil Clare 01 Nov 2021
5 Catalysts for innovation at pace research focus group feedback Taking the provocations from the keynote talks the research focus groups feedback on which catalysts and new approaches they want and plan to continue in university-industry-government collaborations. Amanda Savaratnam, Carla Leigh, Christian Holtze, Rebecca Wilson 01 Nov 2021
6 A return to multilateralism talk 1 A return to multilateralism: How are the UK and US Governments grappling with grand challenges in a multilateral way using international partnerships? Dame Ottoline Leyser, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
7 A return to multilateralism talk 2 A return to multilateralism: How are the UK and US Governments grappling with grand challenges in a multilateral way using international partnerships? Mojdeh Bahar, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
8 A return to multilateralism Q and A Q and A session with the keynote speakers of the a return to multilateralism theme Dame Ottoline Leyser, Mojdeh Bahar, Joe Marshall 01 Nov 2021
9 A return to multilateralism research focus group feedback With delegates from the UK, US and Europe in attendance the research focus groups reflected on and discussed the practicalities of international partnerships in this new era of Post-Trump and Post-Brexit. Joe Marshall, Alison Campbell OBE, Alice Frost, Fariba Soetan 02 Nov 2021
10 Introduction to the Transitioning to a Sustainable Future theme Welcome and introduction to the Transitioning to a Sustainable Future theme. With Tomas Coates Ulrichsen, Director of the University Commercialisation and Innovation (UCI) Policy Evidence Unit, University of Cambridge. Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
11 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future talk 1 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future: Mobilising the University-Industry-Government Partnership to drive innovative solutions at pace and scale. Rob Miller, Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
12 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future Q&A Q&A session with the keynote speakers of the transitioning to a sustainable future theme Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, Rob Miller, Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 16 Nov 2021
13 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future talk 2 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future: Mobilising the University-Industry-Government Partnership to drive innovative solutions at pace and scale Dorota Grejner-Brzezinska, Tomas Coates Ulrichsen 02 Nov 2021
14 Transitioning to a Sustainable Future research focus group feedback Feedback from the research focus groups which explored specific topics identified in the keynotes in more detail. Simon Andrews, Manar Alsaif, Marina Bulova, Simon Hepworth 02 Nov 2021
15 Closing Remarks of the Oxford Summit 2021 Closing remarks from the Oxford Summit 2021 online event. With Prof Chas Bountra CBE, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Innovation, University of Oxford and Dr Phil Clare, Deputy Director, Research Services, University of Oxford. Chas Bountra CBE, Phil Clare 02 Nov 2021