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Benchmarking the management of research contracts in 2018

17 Sep 2018

In September, Research Consulting launched the final report from a major project looking at research contract management across 30 UK and Australian universities

Survey on Industry-University Collaborations

12 Sep 2018

Central Queensland University is leading a cross-institutional research project that investigates the continuing low level of collaboration between industry and the research sector. It is a fundamental first step in developing stakeholder-driven strategies to more effectively facilitate collaborative partnerships. The project is funded by a grant from Central Queensland University and has been approved by the Central Queensland University Human Research Ethics Committee, approval number 21006.

Transport Systems Catapult: Business Fellow Network Programme, Intelligent Mobility

11 Sep 2018

The Catapult network was set up to help bridge the gap between academia and industry within the UK. The Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) does this within the area of Intelligent Mobility (IM). By working with key academic institutions and industrial partners we aim to ensure that innovative technologies and business models make it out of university research labs and into mainstream usage.

Applications are now open for the Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards 2019

7 Sep 2018

The Scottish Knowledge Exchange Awards recognise, reward and celebrate the impacts achieved through academic and business partnerships.

2018 Converge Challenge finalists announced

7 Sep 2018

The finalists have been announced for Scotland’s leading higher education company creation programme, illustrating that Scotland’s academic community continues to thrive as a collective entrepreneurial hub.

A summit to explore building sustainable healthcare businesses with biodata

31 Aug 2018

Join biodata at the Welcome Genome Campus on Thursday 15th November (1.30pm - 6.30pm) to explore changing healthcare through the convergence of data and biology. The summit is designed for scientists, entrepreneurs and investors. Open to all. The Campus is home to some of the world's foremost institutes and organisations in genomics and computational biology in the heart of Cambridgeshire home of the Cambridge Phenomenon and globally significant companies and innovations across bioscience, medicine and technology. The 2018 congress will feature leaders from industry, investment and academia discussing opportunities for disrupting the healthcare industry and constructing sustainable business models and will explore building sustainable healthcare businesses with biodata.

Cambridge IP Summit

24 Aug 2018

The Cambridge IP Summit 2018, supported by Marks & Clerk - is a one day event providing a focused forum for in-house IP teams, general counsel, investors, CEOs, CTOs and senior decision makers to come together to discuss and analyse the key issues that they regularly face; and share best practice on how these challenges can be overcome. 

UKSPA Breakthrough magazine - summer 2018 edition now available!

6 Aug 2018

This issue includes features on innovation in Ireland, collaboration at the Cambridge BioMedical Campus, emerging technologies in the fields of quantum computing and advanced materials, and a 'How to' for scale ups, among other useful and interesting interviews, infographics, stories and member news. Feedback and contribution offers are always appreciated. Please contact:sarah.lawton@ukspa.org.uk

A New Model for Technology Transfer: Making an Impact in Saudi Arabia

24 Jul 2018

Innovation is at the heart of King Abdullah University for Science and Technology’s (KAUST) mission. Few universities, if any, have been founded with as unique and clear a vision of addressing our shared global challenges of food, water, energy, and the environment through education and research. As part of that mission, the KAUST Innovation department helps put this knowledge to use by enabling our researchers and faculty to create products and services that will have an impact locally in Saudi Arabia and throughout the world.