Partly-funded by the UK Research Partnership Investment Fund, the University of Dundee’s Discovery Centre is “tearing down disciplinary walls” to achieve translational and interdisciplinary research.
Reflections on the McMillan group review of good practice in technology transfer.
The higher education sector must come to terms with State Aid regulations if it is to make better informed decisions about research and innovation.
Innovation is a contact sport, so what higher education does with local business really matters.
In tough financial times the Government inevitably asks us about the impacts achieved by our funding.
In short, yes. In our report : Research to Assess the Nature and Annual Value of Student Start-Ups, focusing on student start-ups and students involved in spin-outs, students who studied within art and design and computer science are far more likely to start up a business.
How many new innovation tools are being pioneered in UK universities? Does higher education have an adequate innovation system of its own? Do our higher education institutions know What Works?