Blog: KE Matters

Virtual Forum for KE in the Mathematical Sciences: KE Award Winners

25 Jan 2022

Guest blog from Drs Joanna Jordan RTTP FIMA (Freelance Mathematical Sciences KE) and Matt Butchers (Innovate UK KTN)

We were thrilled that the work of the Virtual Forum for Knowledge Exchange in the Mathematical Sciences (V-KEMS) – a joint venture between the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS), Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Newton Gateway to Mathematics, and Innovate UK KTN – won the KE Team of the Year in the 2021 PraxisAuril KE Awards! We knew the team had worked hard to develop a unique KE offering, but we still didn’t expect to win!

 

Turing Data Study Groups: KE Award Winners

25 Jan 2022

Guest blog from The Alan Turing Institute

Turing Data Study Groups (DSGs) are intensive collaborative hackathon-type-events hosted by the Alan Turing Institute, the UK National Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. The concept for DSGs was developed in 2016 by Dr Sebastian Vollmer along with Alan Turing Institute colleagues and it builds on the successful 1968 Mathematics Study Group concept. 

 

Apollo Therapeutics: KE Award Winners

25 Jan 2022

Guest blog from Apollo Therapeutics

In July 2021, Apollo Therapeutics – a joint venture between UCL, University of Cambridge and Imperial College London with global pharma partners AstraZeneca, GlaxoSmithKline, and Johnson & Johnson Innovation - completed a $145m fundraising round. 

 

Space Park Leicester: KE Award Winners

25 Jan 2022

Guest blog from William Wells, Commercial Director, University of Leicester

After a long hard journey to secure the funding, secure partners, investors, and, finally, build it during a pandemic, the first phase of Space Park Leicester opened in summer 2021 with the second phase opening just four months later in November.

 

KEVRI: The start-up aiming to identify and capture Knowledge Exchange data

25 Jan 2022

What is KEVRI? 

If you're wondering what the word KEVRI means, it translates from the Cornish language as 'contribute'. KEVRI the company, however, is a digital start-up that supports universities and their academic staff to capture and showcase their Knowledge Exchange contributions.

Emily Devonald, Chief Marketing Officer at the Knowledge Exchange data start-up, KEVRI, gives us a snapshot of the company's aims and ambitions to provide a solution for better data capture in knowledge exchange. 

 

A Thank You to our Volunteers

1 Dec 2021

An end of year message from Tim Fishlock, Head of Professional & Community Development