IfM Open Evening highlights research activity
A chance to find out about the latest research activity at the IfM attracted more than 100 guests.
An audience of industrialists and academics attended the IfM Open Evening to find out more about the institute's latest projects.
They saw presentations from Alan Thorne, Associate Director Auto-ID Labs Cambridge about a project to improve airport operations, Dr Alan Cousens on the IfM's work with SMEs and Dr Tim Minshall about the new ideaSpace Enterprise Accelerator initiative.
The event also provided an opportunity for business leaders to meet with students.