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10 June - Oxford - RSA Motivate: Innovation and Collaboration

Event FlyerRSA Oxfordshire

Web URL: For details, see the RSA website here

Start Date: 10 June 2017
End Date:
Duration 1 day
Location Oxford, UK
Venue Town Hall, St Aldates

Join the RSA in Oxford for an enjoyable day of projects, talks, competitions, good food and fellowship.  Over 30 Fellows & Friends will be there to showcase their innovative projects.

FAB, fronted by Dr Alex Richardson, FRSA, will be there all day with a stand.

The event promises a stimulating day which, free of charge and free to drop in. It will include

  • 25 stands showcasing projects and related organisations
  • a range of speakers, Fellows of the RSA and guests
  • competitions music and displays
  • good healthy food

The chance to meet new people and enjoy fellowship. The event will feature

  • enterprise in community, including ‘Webcraft for beginners’ and ‘crowdfunding’
  • environment, technology, including energy and rural transport
  • education, including Banbury RSA Fellows’ ‘Driving Ambition’ 
  • research and leading edge digital health-care, including Oxford’s ‘openclinical.net’

As we look back to innovative times past, and how to build future success, Prof Jonathan Bowen FRSA FBCS will speak on his new book The Turing Guide in context of some of the projects exhibited, with particular focus on digital trends. 

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