Knowledge Transfer Partnership
The Knowledge Transfer Network provides local experts called Knowledge Transfer Advisors, who will help you find an academic partner, shape your project and deliver it to time.
New £25m research and knowledge exchange fund to support innovative projects
Research England launched a brand new, competitive fund worth £25m at its first ever Engagement Forum in London.
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Improve Business Competitiveness Through Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Innovation is the lifeblood of any business, but how do you access and apply the expertise needed to make it happen?
Knowledge Transfer Partnership helps optical and photonics business Qioptiq to grow
Knowledge Transfer Partnership helped optical and photonics business to win £83m MoD contract to service night vision equipment and open new facility.
Tue, 16 OctAdditive Manufacturing on a small scale and Emerging Trends in AM
Mon, 15 OctAgriTech Investment Showcase 2018
Science minister Jo Johnson announces £30m funding to expand Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
There is to be a major expansion of Innovate UK’s Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, with an extra £30 million to grow the talent pool and help business
KTN welcomes government push to encourage greater knowledge exchange
Universities and Science Minister Jo Johnson has called on universities to do more to commercialise their research.
Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund competitions for immersive tech
Immerse UK’s Fiona Kilkelly shares her overview of the current round of ISCF competitions, and highlights opportunities for immersive tech businesses.