Knowledge Transfer Network today launches a range of UK sector innovation maps.

Designed to provide a visual dynamic representation of the UK sector innovation landscape, these maps allow users to easily and quickly source data within an otherwise complex and confusing ecosystem.

The maps give a representation of the UK current capabilities and activities which help identify and drive opportunities in innovation, with some maps providing further insight into funders, Innovation centres, networks & research & training programmes.

As easily navigated, uncluttered tools the maps have already proven themselves to be a key resource in supporting the innovation network for which the Knowledge Transfer Network is already well known among businesses, government and academia.

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Designed to provide a visual dynamic representation of the UK sector innovation landscape, these maps – an example of which can be found here ktnlandscapes.com – allow users to easily and quickly source data within an otherwise complex and confusing eco-system.

The maps give a representation of the UK current capabilities and activities which help identify and drive opportunities in innovation, with some maps providing further insight into funders, Innovation centres, networks & research & training programmes.

As easily navigated, uncluttered tools the maps have already proven themselves to be a key resource in supporting the innovation network for which the Knowledge Transfer Network is already well known among businesses, government and academia.

Maps currently available to browse include:

  • Agrifood
  • Medicines Manufacturing
  • Medicines Discovery
  • Precision Medicine
  • Synthetic Biology
  • Photonics
  • Space & Satellite Applications
  • Process Manufacturing
  • Compound Semiconductors Supply Chain

Sarah Jacobs, the Project Manager from KTN who was tasked with launching the maps into the public domain, explains, “These sector rich maps give us a really useful visual insight into how innovation within each of these sectors is really being driven & delivered. We want people to use the maps and help us keep the information current and informative. They are there as your resource and we welcome your feedback and support.”

You can view all of the UK Landscape Sector Maps here and to find out more about the maps, or the organisations they refer to please contact enquiries@ktn-uk.org.

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