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18.12.2020

Global transport challenges: how can international collaboration meet some of the needs?

Daisy Chapman-Chamberlain, KTM for Rail, discusses international transport collaboration through the lens of her recent experience as a UK representative at the Commonwealth Youth Parliament 2020.

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17.12.2020

Innovation Recommendation: Levelling up and Place-based Innovation

“Place” has become part of the political conversation, and KTN welcomes the place-based innovation strategy in the Government’s R&D Roadmap.

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16.12.2020

Innovation Recommendation: Upping the ambition for global collaboration in R&D

International collaboration is the bedrock of research and innovation (R&I). It is also vital to tackling the global challenges we face today, a point underscored by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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15.12.2020

Innovation Recommendation: Leveraging Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs)

In the current global economic climate, there is more of a need than ever to connect the UK’s research and innovation ecosystem with ambitious innovative businesses, to further grow the UK’s position as a world leading economy. That’s why KTN recommended scaling up the KTP programme.

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14.12.2020

Innovation Recommendation: Building on the success of CyberASAP

The UK needs to get better at bringing academic and other early stage ideas to market. Robin Kennedy and Emma Fadlon, CyberASAP Programme Directors at KTN, outline how the successful academic/industry programme works, its track record, the lessons policy makers can draw from it and how it could be expanded.

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