An Introduction to Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
Dr Carolyn Arbuckle is the KTP Development Officer at the North of Scotland KTP Centre; a joint venture between the University of Aberdeen and Robert Gordon University.
Carolyn has a background in biomedical science, having obtained a first degree in Pharmacology from the University of Glasgow followed by a PhD in Biomedical Sciences from the University of Aberdeen. Prior to her current role, she held research positions in academic and the pharmaceutical industry.
Dr Ian Heywood, Knowledge Transfer Adviser from Innovate UK, would be available at the event to discuss KTP and the other Innovate UK funding mechanisms.
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) is Europe’s leading programme helping business to improve their competitiveness and productivity through the better use of knowledge, technology and skills that reside within the UK Universities. KTP is funded by Innovate UK with 12 other funding organisations.
KTP can help you to lead rewarding and ongoing collaborations with innovative businesses who require access to your skills and expertise to help them develop.
Chair Alan Rowe
- Dr Carolyn Arbuckle, KTP Development Officer
- Hosted by
- Rowett Institute
- The Rowett Institute
Dr Nigel Hoggard
Tel: 01224 438655
This is a technical seminar aimed at professional scientists. If you are not a University of Aberdeen staff member and would like to attend, please contact us.