Entrepreneur's Award winner

Dr Matthew Murray from the University of Leeds has won the RAEng ERA Foundation Entrepreneurs' Award, which looks to identify, encourage and reward engineers working with electrotechnology in UK universities. Through the RAEng's Enterprise Hub, Dr Murray will receive training to help him develop the skills needed to run a successful business and a mentor from the Academy's Fellowship to provide additional support and advice. He will receive a £10,000 prize and £30,000 to invest in the continued development of his innovation.

  • Anti counterfeiting product wins Entrepreneur's Award

    Dr Matthew Murray from the University of Leeds has won the RAEng ERA Foundation Entrepreneurs' Award, which looks to identify, encourage and reward engineers working with electrotechnology in UK universities. Through the RAEng's Enterprise Hub, Dr Murray will ... Read More
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