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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships


KTP Associates Conference 26th May 2016

Hosted by Coventry University to celebrate the benefits and successes of the collaborative work between companies and academic institutions. This is a must-attend fantastic networking opportunity for current and former KTP Associates, their academic and industrial supervisors and all those with an interest in KTP. Find out more and to book your place

Quantum computing solves logistics conundrum

A new generation quantum computing program, developed through the KTP programme, could revolutionise logistics for businesses, driving productivity improvements and route efficiencies to deliver lorries’ goods faster and cheaper. Find out more

University to analyse Big Data for Astellas

Manchester Met are teaming up with a leading global pharmaceutical company, Astellas Pharma Europe, to develop and improve personalised treatment pathways for patients. University researchers will look at economic and clinical health outcomes of certain medications, providing ‘real world’ evidence of which medications were clinically effective and cost-effective, allowing GPs to develop tailored medical treatment pathways for individual patients. Find out more

Manchester Met 'top 10' for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

Marking a superb rise in the national rankings to ninth overall, and second in the North West, we are now one of the 10 leading universities in the country operating the Knowledge Transfer Partnerships scheme.

£120,000 project to look at Youth Justice Services

A KTP first from our faculty of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences, demonstrating Manchester Met's ability to secure cross-council funding and its commitment to partnership work in this sector.

KTP to create ‘Smart City’ software

A new MMU KTP is developing intelligent software to help reduce costs and improve innovation for the smart city age, helping the public sector integrate disparate data from various sources at city levels, such as real-time traffic data, to enhance the quality and performance of urban services.

Current KTP Projects

Review some of our live KTP Projects with business across the North West.