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  • How to make the most of your internship 29 May 2019 Natasha Portch, a student studying on the MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, talked with Bristol-based entrepreneur Emily Kent of One Big Circle to learn some tips for making the most of your internship.
  • Innovation Showcase video tour with Maya 24 May 2019 Maya, a Geography with Innovation student at the University of Bristol, takes us on a tour of the 2019 Student innovation showcase.
  • Supporting Innovation in Schools 17 May 2019 The Centre congratulates the 'Nemeton' team at Devonport High School for Girls in Devon for winning the ‘Innovation’ prize at the South West Young Enterprise Regional Final.
  • Innovation field trip to IDEO and Barclays Rise 30 April 2019 Three students share their experience on our innovation field trip to London to visit IDEO and Barclays Rise.
  • Innovation in practice: Visiting 3M 5 March 2019 Postgraduate students from our one-year MSc in Innovation and Entrepreneurship made a site visit to 3M's UK headquarters in Bracknell to get a first-hand look at innovation in practice.
  • First cohort graduates from the Innovation and Entrepreneurship MSc 25 February 2019 Our first MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship cohort has graduated! We chatted with graduates Ruby and Roman about their experience.
  • Master's students visit world’s best business incubator 19 February 2019 Our MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship students made a visit to learn from the start-ups at the world’s best university-run business incubator: the SETSquared Centre based here at the University of Bristol.
  • Stefan Guiton wins SBID International Design Award 10 December 2018 MSc Innovation and Entrepreneurship student Stefan Guiton recently won the Society for British and International Design (SBID) product design award for his product Kulinda, an affordable and intuitive Pneumonia diagnosis device. Here, he shares more about his award-winning device.
  • 16 Innovation students receive Santander scholarships 12 November 2018 Our 2018/19 students were asked to submit their best innovation pitches and, thanks to Santander, the 16 best-of-the-best were awarded with a scholarship worth £3000 each.
  • Six trends that may make or break your big idea 7 November 2018 Martin Sadler OBE, special advisor to the Vice Chancellor of the University on Industrial Strategy and former Vice President of Hewlett Packard Labs, recently spoke with third-year undergraduates about how changing trends can make or break emerging ideas.
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