The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is a US government research and development organization, developing innovative technologies for national security. A webinar on 29th June for UK audiences will share how to find DARPA opportunities open for global submission, teaming, and contracting processes.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is a research and development organization within the United States Department of Defense where it develops innovative technologies for the warfighter and national security. DARPA reaches for transformational change instead of incremental advances yet does not perform its engineering alchemy in isolation. With no in-house laboratories, DARPA works within an innovation ecosystem that includes academic, corporate, and governmental partners, both domestic and international, with a constant focus on the nation’s military services. For decades, this vibrant, interlocking ecosystem of diverse collaborators has proven to be a nurturing environment for the intense creativity that DARPA is designed to cultivate.

DARPA looks to expand its global performer base by offering this webinar to members of the industrial and academic communities within the United Kingdom, sharing insight regarding current program investment areas as well as how to work with the agency. Specifically, participants will learn more about how to find DARPA opportunities open for global submission, teaming, and contracting processes.

The webinar will be held on 29th June from 1.30pm to 3.30pm, UK time. This event is limited to representatives from industrial and academic institutions within the United Kingdom.

Registration is based on a first-come first-serve basis and will close on June 24, 2021.

A unique zoom link to access this virtual event will be sent 24 hours in advance of the event. You must log-on to the event using the email address provided at registration.

All slides will be shared post-event.

For further enquiries, contact Hazel Biggs, KTM for Security and Defence.

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