What our members are doing
- Published: Tuesday, 09 January 2018 16:00
Explore some of the outstanding business university partnerships from our members.
Dr Toby Thompson on how Cisco collaboration technology has helped Cranfield University deliver the first completely virtual engineering post graduate course.
The initiative allows students of sound and music courses to explore a range of potential career paths through engaging with those already working in industry.
The University of Hertfordshire is championing the apprenticeship agenda by developing a partnership with FE Colleges and private training providers.
In late 2017, one of the University of Birmingham’s most impressive business collaborations was announced - the Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business.
In a new book, industry practitioners discuss how they see and develop successful collaborations between their global companies and universities.
Together with industry partners, Pearson Business School is designing a new innovative degree apprenticeship scheme.
Leeds Beckett University’s Business Centres are currently home to 240 SMEs in Leeds and Wakefield, helping innovative new businesses grow.
New multi-million pound network to be established in the UK to link businesses and academia to exploit digital technology opportunities.
Initially a spin-out from the University of Sheffield as a result of groundbreaking research, Magnomatics still retains strong links with the University.
University of Birmingham works with marketing agency to explore the impact of figurative messages within advertising using state-of-the- art technologies.
From atoms to astronomy and robots to robust materials, this video provides a snapshot of the variety of physical sciences research conducted at the University.
This project, in collaboration with three other universities and industrial/health sector partners, will drive forward collaboration on the Internet of Things.
Simeon Djankov, Executive Director of the Financial Markets Group at LSE, discusses the goals and observations made through LSE’s collaboration with Swiss Re.
As the internet continues to grow rapidly, guaranteeing our security online becomes more and more critical.
Graded ‘outstanding’ by Innovate UK, the KTP has supported the University’s longer term strategic partnership with Panalpina.
University spin-out, Medherant, is developing the world’s first ibuprofen pain relief patch, based on research conducted at the University of Warwick.
Famouth University's LAUNCHPAD is a new way of incubating high growth Tech start-ups that completely reverses the way business and universities work together.
Universities have a key role to play in economic and societal development. Hear how the University of Leeds' new Nexus building is playing its part.
The University of Birmingham’s Human Interface Technologies (HIT) Team is designing innovative transformations for the future of emergency response training.
Birmingham City University is proud be putting the Arts into STEM with STEAMhouse, its new collaborative centre for business innovation and creation.
The University of Leeds has developed a new hair dyeing technology, using natural dyes extracted from blackcurrant waste from the manufacture of Ribena.
Imagine an offshore energy field that is operated, inspected and maintained from the shore, is completely future-proof and will add £6bn to the UK’s economy...
Nestled in the heart of London’s Tech City, IDEALondon is an innovation centre with a difference...
Loughborough University, HLP Architects and BRE Group work together to develop new "dementia-friendly" home.
The 3M BIC in Huddersfield has made a substantial impact on the growth of many local and regional businesses, focusing on the needs of SMEs.
This KTP will introduce elements of artificial intelligence, drawing on Aston's expertise in computational intelligence and machine learning.
The collaboration highlights how the University of Aberdeen is actively collaborating with local SMEs to develop new relationships.
Deloitte’s latest Power Up: UK skills report examines the opportunities for employers, educators and policymakers of recognising transferable skills.
Sir Martin Wood founded Oxford Instruments in 1959 as a spin-out company to manufacture superconducting magnets for research. See what they're working on today.
Thales and University of Bristol enter new phase of strategic engagement.
The paradigms of what the industry thought it knew has shifted on its axis, creating a world where start-ups have reshaped the marketplace.
The Business Engagement team has brought the project at the heart of the University of Birmingham’s strategic relationship with Twycross Zoo to life.
Loughborough University has launched a free toolkit to help entrepreneurs understand their customers’ needs – and boost their business success.
Robust, tangible and productive collaborations that are having a direct impact on the way business operates.
Digital and physical environments to be interwoven, with intent-based networking at University of Northampton's new Waterside campus
BISPA, Loughborough University’s dedicated training centre supports innovation in BIM.
The overall objective of the programme, which is implemented jointly by a number of organisations, is to enhance the capacities of Georgian authorities.
In June 2014, Dr Max Roser made this ground-breaking publication available online, having worked on it since 2011.
This long-standing relationship has not only benefited the NAO, but has indirectly contributed to saving taxpayers’ money.
bildr, a mobile phone app, is a product created by the Frameworks project that helps Oxford graduate students and staff track how their career is developing.
The Oxford-Man Institute, founded in 2007 as an innovative collaboration between the University of Oxford and Man Group, to become part of the Department of Engineering Science focused on machine learning
Deriving insights from huge chunks of data has come on at quite apace in recent years, with projects able to detect everything from oil prices to terrorist threats by wading through big data.