Industry/University research collaborations are of growing significance to innovation agendas.
The Business Fellow Network (BFN) for IM
The BFN is a network of experts in IM, working for TSC but based in academic partner institutions to bring research outputs closer to commercialisation. This will enable academics to increase their industry engagement, entrepreneurship and research impact to support the university to achieve its Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) targets.
One of the Transport Systems Catapult’s (TSC) five strategic areas of focus, academic engagement is critical to the UK leading in Intelligent Mobility (IM) research and innovation.
The Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards recognise, reward and celebrate the impacts achieved through academic and business partnerships. We'd like to show Scotland how innovative businesses, universities, research institutes and colleges are leading the way towards economic growth, societal improvements and environmental advances and further positioning Scotland as a CAN DO nation.
A summit to explore building sustainable healthcare businesses with biodata
This course is aimed at those working as a business development manager, a technology transfer professional, investment analyst, innovation funder, entrepreneur or researcher actively involved in translation and commercialisation.
The NC3Rs is launching the 2018 CRACK IT Challenges* competition at an event in central London on 6 September 2018.
Feet First into the KEC Community
Fundamentals of Technology Transfer was my first interaction with PraxisAuril. I’d joined as a member last year and used the guides and templates, but I honestly wasn’t sure if there would be much relevant for me in a Fundamentals of Technology Transfer course.
For a start, I’m working on the industry side. Would all the attendees be from academia? Would I be viewed as an interloper?