January 30th, 2024
Are you interested in enhancing your research prospects and outputs? Would you like to solve industrial, local or global challenges that will deliver benefits to society, the economy and the environment? Or understand how to commercialise your intellectual property?
If so, learning how to effectively engage and collaborate with external stakeholders (including industry, government, NGO’s, frontline practitioners, local communities) is crucial. This is Knowledge Exchange (KE) – the activity between universities and external partners to deliver commercial, environmental, cultural and societal benefits, and economic growth.
The KE training programme includes sessions on ‘What is Knowledge Exchange and where do I start?’ through to more in-depth sessions on ‘How to identify a business and establish a business partnership’ and ‘What is Intellectual property commercialisation?’.
Each session will explain the process and benefits of engaging and the support available to academics/researchers.
Please note, all members of staff are welcome to attend for information purposes.
Find out more and book your place on the Knowledge Exchange Hub’s Training pages.
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