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PraxisUnico Conference 2015

Expanding Horizons

Croke Park, Dublin, 10-12 June 2015

Now open for registration!

Last year's conference was the biggest ever, with more than 360 delegates from over 180 organisations, representing 13 countries. This year the PraxisUnico Conference visits Dublin, a vibrant and valuable city at the heart of Ireland's burgeoning economic revival.

"Expanding Horizons" looks at  key issues facing research commercialisation professionals both from within the sector and beyond, with an eye on the increasingly globalised environment in which we operate.

The Conference begins with a number of site visits on the afternoon of Wednesday June 10th and closes at 13.45 on Friday June 12th. Site visits and parallel sessions will be available to book later in 2015.

The Conference is taking place at the iconic Croke Park. Discounted accommodation has been reserved at four hotels in Dublin. Transport will be provided between the hotels and Croke Park at the beginning and end of each day of the conference. Click here for details.

The nearest airport is Dublin Airport (DUB). You may find flight comparison sites such as www.skyscanner.net helpful in planning your journey.

If you prefer to travel by ferry, dozens of routes serve two ports in the city. www.ireland.com/flights-ferries

Both the DART and LUAS networks provide an excellent service from many different parts of Dublin. For further information visit www.dart.ie or www.luas.ie.

Dublin Bus offers a high-frequency, accessible and easy to use service from all over Dublin. For further information visit www.dublinbus.ie.


"This was my first conference and I enjoyed it immensely. I met a lot of people working in Tech Transfer/ Knowledge Exchange that I wouldn't have met otherwise. Thank you."

Jeevani Mantotta-Maxted, University of Hull (June 2014)

PraxisUnico Conference 2014

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