The University of Manchester
- Published: Tuesday, 15 October 2013 19:55
Whether it’s enabling access to our research, nurturing talent or informing policy, we will work with you to build a strategy for success.
Research and knowledge exchange
The University of Manchester’s groundbreaking research takes place across our Faculties and Institutes - often in multidisciplinary collaborative groups. Access to our research can give your organisation a new vantage point and new insights. We can help you leverage new technology or invest in the next game-changing invention.
Academically, we are recognised for our research power, ranked third in the UK in the last Research Assessment Exercise and 40th in the world. Last year we were awarded £188 million in research grants and contracts.
Our comprehensive range of flexible knowledge exchange mechanisms enable you to work with leading academics and researchers from across the University. You can expect to benefit from an improvement in your products and processes, making your organisation more competitive and profitable. Our knowledge exchange experts will assist you with applying for funding and planning and evaluating your project.
Commercialisation of our intellectual property (IP) allows your business to reap the benefits of innovations emanating from our world-class research. The University's technology transfer office, UMIP, attracts entrepreneurs, investors and corporate venture partners to our campus and Innovation Centre, bringing our inventions and software into the commercial world through licensing and spin-out companies.
The University’s Careers Service provides our students with skills development workshops, mentoring and volunteering opportunities, ensuring you have a broad pool of talent from which to choose.
Our graduates and students come equipped for the challenges of the workplace. Many of our academic programmes offer industrial placements, enabling our graduates to quickly find their feet in the world of employment.
Grafine Ltd will be based at the University of Manchester’s Innovation Centre and use the University’s world-class facilities for its product development work.
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EDF Energy and the EDF group have been working in partnership with the University of Manchester to support resilient and cost effect nuclear energy.
An ultralight high-performance mechanical watch made with graphene was unveiled thanks to a unique collaboration.
Beijing Institute of Aeronautical Materials (BIAM) and the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at The University of Manchester will carry out a five-year collaborative research project.
The N8 Industry Innovation Forum leads the industry-facing activities of a collaboration of the 8 most research-intensive universities in the North of England.
The Manchester Collaborative Centre for Inflammation Research is a unique collaboration between the University of Manchester, AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline.
The University of Manchester worked with EDF Energy to assess new environmentally friendly oils for use in power transformers.
A longstanding collaboration enables cutting-edge maths research to power the Numerical Algorithms Group's commercial software solutions.
James Baker from the National Graphene Institute says ‘graphene city’ can be a model for commercialising science.
Over six years helping to ensure the company has the technical capability and strong leadership to stay at the leading edge of its field.
Businesses are realising that universities are now much more ‘savvy’ and attuned to business needs