KTP Drop-in Session: February 2020
- Birmingham Research Park, Conference Room B
- Lectures Talks and Workshops
Are you an academic at the University looking to collaborate with industry, or a business with a potential University of Birmingham collaboration lined up?
If so, visit this drop-in session to discover how a Knowledge Transfer Partnership could provide a way forward for your project. In this session, Mark Matchett from the Knowledge Transfer Network will be available all day to discuss Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and other Innovate UK funding opportunities on a one-to-one basis.
Mark will be available between 09:00 and 17:00 in Conference Room B, Birmingham Research Park. Please contact Kate Jermey (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ben Dobson (email@example.com) if you would like to book a slot with Mark in advance.
About Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships create a dynamic three-way collaboration between:
- A business or not for profit organisation
- The University
- A suitably qualified graduate
Working together this partnership powers strategic innovation projects, embeds expertise and drives commercial growth. The partnership is mutually beneficial, designed to result in lasting and transformative performance enhancements for the business; enriched applications of knowledge and research for the University; and an employment opportunity in a highly fulfilling role for the graduate.