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Working with your business

As a team, our aim is to provide an easy route into the University for anyone interested in working with us and accessing our research. We provide high-levels of service and support to enable partners to develop collaborations via a range of mechanisms and funding opportunities, and focus on helping companies grow and increase their competitiveness.

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By providing tailored support throughout the entire process, we enable project teams to successfully secure funding and focus time and energy on the project in hand.

We support a variety of mechanisms, and our approach is to work with our partners to understand the challenges being addressed, in order to identify the most appropriate approach and finding. A key focus for the team is the government scheme, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP), and you can find more here.

 

Latest News

Front Door Tue, 05 Mar 2019 12:53:54 +0000
  • And the winner of ‘just IMAGINE if…’ is…
    For the past few months we have been working hard alongside Ella’s Kitchen founder Paul Lindley on his exciting idea about ideas; just IMAGINE if… just IMAGINE if… has had one mission from the beginning: to identify and help develop extraordinary ideas. Companies, partnerships, not-for-profit organisations or individuals with an extraordinary idea that could help alleviate one of the UN’s 17 […]
  • Former partner featured on Sky News (and mentions the KTC!)
    The Knowledge Transfer Centre specialises in collaborating with all kinds of people and businesses in order to help create a positive national and global impact. We welcome anyone to get in contact with the KTC and, although we may not always be able to help directly, we are generally able to at least provide some support […]
  • WE ARE HIRING!
    Are you looking for an exciting new challenge? We are currently looking for a talented Business Relationship Manager to join our fast-paced professional team supporting collaborations with external partners.   ABOUT US: The Knowledge Transfer Centre at the University of Reading is a highly successful centre with a focus on exceptional levels of service. We establish and […]
  • Non-KTP Collaborations: WorldCast Live
    In the Knowledge Transfer Centre, in addition to Knowledge Transfer Partnerships, a government-funded initiative we are more commonly associated with, we also pride ourselves on non-KTP collaborations, helping bring different people and ideas together for a positive impact. We work across multiple themes, collaborating with various companies and individuals both within and outside of the […]
  • New Partnership with Lloyds Banking Group
    At the Knowledge Transfer Centre, our goal is to provide an easy route into the University for anyone interested in working with us and accessing our research. We provide high-levels of service and support to enable partners to develop collaborations via a range of mechanisms and funding opportunities, and focus on helping companies grow and increase […]
  • just IMAGINE if…
    At the Knowledge Transfer Centre, we firmly believe that people hold the key to resolving some of the world’s most pressing issues with their ideas, a belief communally shared by the entirety of the University of Reading. We have collaborated with Ella’s Kitchen founder Paul Lindley on various successful projects over the years,  helping get Paul’s […]
  • How a partnership with the KTC helped Ella’s Kitchen, and ‘Thinking Like a Toddler’ with founder Paul Lindley
    Award winning British entrepreneur, social campaigner, best-selling author and University of Reading honorary Paul Lindley visited Henley Business School on Whiteknights campus in October earlier this year to provide an excellent lecture on ‘The Huge Power of Thinking Like a Toddler’, echoing his fantastic book he released back in 2017. Paul spent the hour-long lecture discussing how […]
  • Bullitt Group Student Design Challenge 2018
      We are proud to be a department that not only supports businesses with their company growth, but also students with exciting competitions that help prepare them for their careers after University. One of the annual projects we love helping with is the Bullitt Group Design Challenge, ran by both Bullitt themselves and University of […]
  • Collaboration Benefits for Academics: In conversation with Prof. Rachel McCrindle
    How can Academics benefit from getting involved in KTC projects? We caught up with Professor of Computer & Human Interaction Rachel McCrindle to talk awards, awards, research, promotions , and the importance of collaboration.   What are the key benefits of working with the KTC in enabling collaboration with partners? There are many benefits of working with the […]
  • Using maths and engineering to solve problems in food production, biotechnology, resource efficiency, water and sustainability.
    **Article pasted in entirety from https://ktn-uk.co.uk**   Could your industry challenge be solved with help from researchers in mathematics, statistics, engineering, computer science? Data science, artificial intelligence, mathematical and statistical modelling at multi scale are key strengths of the UK research base, and can be transformational when applied to industrial problems. Over the last few years KTN has joined forces with academic […]

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