Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) is a UK wide programme which enables companies to access knowledge, skills and technology from UK Universities.
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Work with the University to make an impact in academia, business and society.
The UK's Strategy for economic growth, its Grand Challenges, and a collaborative approach from local government on research funding.
Search our portal to find a researcher and explore our expertise and world-leading research at Bath, from funding to published journal articles.
Our doctoral training centres and research partnerships offer opportunities for students to collaborate with industry, universities and other organisations.
Offering work space, business acceleration, enterprise activities, and network access for high-growth companies and the entrepreneurs that create them.
Our Intellectual Property, including new technologies and innovation, is available for commercialising to take to the marketplace and wider society.
The University of Bath has an extensive talent pool of expert researchers and scientists who can provide consultancy work to your organisation.
Develop your workforce with our Executive Education and Degree Apprenticeship opportunities.
Discover how engaging with our students through placements, projects, societies and employment can help attract and retain the talent your organisation needs.
Designed to help businesses boost workforce skills by giving employees access to high quality e-learning services.
The Innovation Centre for Applied Sustainable Technologies (iCAST) will help businesses scale up new sustainable technologies and bring them to market.
University awarded new Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with 3D Metal Printing (3DMP), specialists in manufacturing precision-engineered medical devices.
The University’s KTP with Mayden, which has helped improve attendance for mental health appointments, has been awarded ‘Outstanding’ by Innovate UK.
University of Bath is collaborating with GKN Aerospace through the £32M Global Technology Centre for the £125M Future Flight Challenge for sustainable aviation.
Researchers from the Centre for Sustainable and Circular Technologies (CSCT) are part of a project to enable mixtures of plastics to be recycled together.
The Government has announced that the UK Space Agency will provide financial support for a new space hub led by the West of England Combined Authority (WECA).
Our methodologies can predict energy usage profiles and peak demand by monitoring only ~ 0.01% of the substations in an electricity distribution network.
From aircraft wings to concrete bridges, our research is having global impact. Read the stories behind our Research Excellence Framework submission.
CAMERA and CREATE lab will be part of a major £46 million regional project on digital media technologies
Our research has changed lives and informed policy and practice. Read the stories related to the Research Excellence Framework (REF).
Professor Christos Vasilakis is using operational research to help hospitals manage their capacity, improve patient care and coordinate their Covid-19 response.
Dr Philippe Blondel talks about partnering with Seiche to monitor seismic prospection, and using acoustic tomography to help protect marine life.