True to the core mission, the Institute bridges the gaps between
academia and industry to drive innovation and research through global
collaboration with universities and technology companies related to
new, innovative technologies.
THE ANNUAL GLOBAL COMPETITION PROGRAM
As a part of its mission to disseminate the knowledge of applied drug delivery technologies every year, The Institute engages with aspiring pharmaceutical scientists through our Annual Global Academic Competition for the Life Science Leaders of Tomorrow. The competition motivates students to learn about drug delivery through research and review articles, rewarding the best talent globally with scholarship and internship opportunities.
New This Fall: The Institute will partner with the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) to co-sponsor the 3rd Annual Competition.
The Institute plans to continue its partnerships with St. John’s University, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) and several other participating universities.
TECHNOLOGY INCUBATION: ENABLING
RESEARCHERS & EMERGING COMPANIES
Frequently, inventors based at academic institutions require expert resources not typically found within academic settings in order to advance their drug delivery ideas along the path to commercialization or down the research path. This gap in expertise and access to industrial capabilities also impacts emerging companies based in regional incubators.
That’s where the Institute can help; we are well placed to connect the most promising researchers and emerging companies with industry experts, partners and key advisors that can help you to bridge this gap.
Send us a non-confidential description of your idea, your objectives and challenges and we can open a fruitful dialogue.
ROYAL CHEMISTRY SOCIETY (RSC)
2014 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES COMEPTITION
The Catalent Institute has teamed up with the Royal Society of Chemistry, GSK and P&G to host the 2014 Emerging Technologies Competition to identify the latest technologies in chemical sciences with significant potential impact for the UK economy. Submit your application by 1 March, 2014.
The winning high potential businesses and promising researchers receive one to one, ongoing mentoring from renowned multinational companies, up to £10,000 cash prize and more valuable benefits to transform their nascent technologies into commercial reality. The competition is not restricted to any specific chemical science sectors, but we advise you to consult the Royal Society of Chemistry Roadmap. All applicants must be based in the UK.
For full rules and to complete RSC competition application by 1 March 2014 , visit: Emerging Technologies Competition