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Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Come and work with us...
We are looking for some exceptional people to come and join the team at UWE Bristol's Research, Business and Innovation Knowledge Transfer Partnerships KTP is a great opportunity to fast-track your career. We currently have three vacancies (More)
The Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) scheme is a UK-wide programme helping businesses to improve competitiveness and productivity. A recent graduate is placed within an organisation to help solve a business problem, with access to our (More)
Mayowa Olanrewaju, our Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) associate for Harris Evolution LTD, recently spoke to KTN about his experiences as a KTP Associate. Based in Bristol, Harris Evolution is a commercial refurbishment company, specialisin (More)
Photo: UWE KTP Associate Minh Trang Based in Bristol, Powerline Technologies Ltd deliver next generation Smart Grid distribution automation solutions to utilities and Distribution Systems/Network Operators (DSO/DNO) worldwide. Since starting in J (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Knowledge Transfer Partnerships: Agsenze Associate Spotlight
(L-R) April Coombes (UWE), Professor Melvyn Smith (UWE), Dr Gytis Bernotas (UWE), Dr Mark Hansen (UWE), Geraint Jones (Innovate UK), James Theobald (Agsenze) pictured at the Agri-EPI Centre in Shepton Mallet. Since April 2019, UWE have been coll (More)
Photo: (L-R) Dr Robin Thorn (UWE), Barbara Dos Santos Correia (UWE), Mark Wilcox (Branston Ltd), Vee Gururajan (B-hive Innovations) Based in Lincoln, our Knowledge Transfer Partnership with B-hive Innovations is our longest distance project. Desp (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: What is a Knowledge Transfer Partnership?
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships have been helping UK businesses innovate and grow for over 40 years and are one of a range of funding initiatives made available through Innovate UK (the UK government’s Innovation Agency).   Linking businesses (More)
[Photo (L-R): David Huson (UWE), Richard Lamb (Innovate UK), Jed Leonard-Hammerman (UWE), Dr Russ Bromley (Knowledge Transfer Network] UWE Bristol are currently working on a twenty-seven month Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Craven Dunn (More)