The Transport Systems Catapult's (TSC) Academic Network for Intelligent Mobility (ANIM) is currently the primary method of communicating with TSC's academic stakeholders and researchers to tell them about our latest news events and opportunities. The network supports the exchange of ideas, knowledge, learning and the opportunity to promote collaboration.
Researchers have launched a clinical trial to develop a breath test, analysing molecules that could indicate the presence of cancer at an early stage.
This is the first test of its kind to investigate multiple cancer types.
The 145th European Study Group with Industry (ESGI) - 8-12 April 2019 - University of Cambridge
Across a five day workshop, the ESGI brings mathematicians and industrialists together working side by side to solve the real and important issues that companies are facing today.
Professional recognition and the value of certifications
The Institute for Cancer Research, London, has released a report looking at cancer drug delivery in the NHS and the rate of drug development across different types of cancer. ‘Patent to Patient’ analysed the regulatory regime and found that NHS patients are waiting longer for new cancer drugs because of delays in taking them through clinical trials and getting them approved for use.
About Professor Paul Beasley,Head of R&D UK at Siemens
Professor Paul Beasley has been Head of R&D UK at Siemens since 2014. Paul is responsible for managing and developing research collaborations in the UK. The role includes identifying research opportunities, collaboration management and assessment of Siemens’ university initiatives in the UK. His team also supports the Siemens global talent acquisition initiative.
About Mark Jefferies, Chief of University Research Liaison at Rolls-Royce
Mark Jefferies is a chartered engineer and Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society with responsibility for the worldwide academic research partnerships for the Rolls-Royce group. This includes 31 University Technology Centres (UTCs), engaging hundreds of researchers and more than 500 PhD students.
About Ed Krause, Global Manager, External Alliances of Ford Motor Company
Ed Krause has been working in R&D for Ford for nearly 20 years. He has global responsibility for developing technology and competitive advantage for Ford via collaborative research and development project portfolios involving universities and partner companies.
About Dr Steven Harris, Head of External Partnerships and Brokering at BAE Systems
Dr Harris has spent his career at BAE Systems (currently 30 years and counting), and there he began managing external partnerships in 2012. He is responsible for developing strategic relationships in academic and government institutions, as well as developing collaborative engagement with SMEs.