Archive for the ‘RIS - Research & Innovation Services’ Category

Celebrating 40 years of Knowledge Transfer Partnership success

The KTP@40 event was most timely, with the University of Bath turning 50 this year, reinforcing the benefits of research collaborations with industry; a bedrock of the institution’s culture.

University hosts 2016 Business Dinner

In late September we hosted our annual Business Dinner at the Roman Baths as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations; the event brings together academics with external partners to stimulate discussion around opportunities for future collaborations across themes aligned to the University’s research strengths.

Researchers: Top tips for achieving impact

A new ‘Top tips’ flyer, produced by Research Innovation Services (RIS) and the Impact Operations Group, is a handy reference point for researchers at all levels as we look ahead to the next REF at the start of this new academic year.

Top tips for achieving impact

Find out more about achieving impact with a new top tips flyer.

Making data work harder for academic and HR staff

Blog post from Katy McKen, Head of Research Information & Intelligence, for Efficiency Exchange.

RIS' inaugural grant writing retreat - a success!

Over two days at Bailbrook House Hotel, sixteen academics and researchers were able to fully dedicate their time to the development of research proposals - interspersed with some very nice food and coffee! There are plans to run similar events in the future.

Funding to work with Latin America

We are pleased to announce the Santander Extraordinary Call for activities with a Latin American partner

Making sense of Stern review: 12 recommendations

To help us make sense of Stern and its implications for Bath, Katy McKen (Head of Research Information & Intelligence) has put together this list of the 12 main recommendations covered by Stern.

New ways of working for all researchers

RIS is launching PAM, our new Proposal & Award Management System, on Monday 1 August

Bid for São Paulo researcher exchange funding by 25 Jul

The University of Bath and the São Paulo State Research Foundation (FAPESP) are inviting bids for funding to support projects that involve the exchange of researchers.

Talk about EPSRC's five-year plan

Please watch the video of the talk to learn how to continue to access resources to deliver excellent research

IAA funding call – deadline 25 Jul

The deadline for submitting applications is noon on Monday 25 July 2016 to bid for a maximum of £30,000 of Impact Acceleration Account funding per project.

New IAA funding call – deadline 25 Jul

A maximum of £30,000 of Impact Acceleration Account funding is available per project and the deadline for submitting applications is noon on Monday 25 July 2016.

SETsquared Open Innovation Centre showcase: 22 Jun

The aim of the event is to enable SETsquared member universities, researchers/academics, student enterprises and companies to showcase their technologies or licensing opportunities to Corporate Venturing and Innovation Search teams of 60 - 70 corporate companies

Global Challenges Research Fund: interdisciplinary teams

£1.5bn funding is available from the Government to ensure that UK research takes a leading role in addressing the problems faced by developing countries.

SETsquared showcase for healthcare, mobile & digital tech

An event to enable SETsquared member companies, researchers/academics and student enterprises to showcase their technologies or licensing opportunities to Corporate Venturing and Innovation Search teams of 60-70 corporate companies. Apply by 13 May.

New IAA funding call for two £50k awards: Apply by Mon 11 Apr

Please note the updated award criteria for a new Impact Acceleration Account (IAA) funding call

Bath in BIS Science and Innovation Audit

We are at heart of new BIS plans to identify areas of potential global competitive advantage

Bath in new Government initiative to increase investment in world-leading research & innovation

The University of Bath is at the heart of a consortium of businesses and organisations from across South West England and South East Wales selected to take part in the first wave of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills’ (BIS) Science and Innovation Audit (SIA).

Learn about GW4 Accelerators & Initiators: 13 Apr

Hear about the experiences of GW4 awards from Johannes Zimmer, Kevin Briggs & Jeremy Dixon