At the University of Kent, we are proud to be part of a UK Research and Innovation funded project specifically funded by Research England’s Connecting Capability Fund (CCF) EIRA (Enabling Innovation: Research to Application). Which is a consortium of seven universities and colleges (University of Kent, University of Essex, University of Suffolk, University of East Anglia, Writtle College, Harlow College and Norwich, University of Arts) supporting innovation in the East of England.
This ground-breaking project provides businesses with funded knowledge exchange across three key areas: artificial intelligence, biotechnology and digital creative.
Read all about the project at www.eira.ac.uk
Marcus Wright, Knowledge Exchange Manager for innovation and enterprise at the University of Kent caught up with our (Kent Innovation & Enterprise‘s) Knowledge Exchange Project Manager Janine Coomber to talk about how the project is going and how organisations can still utilise the fund to help their business innovate and grow.
If you want to know more about the project then you can message the team via email@example.com or feel free to comment below.
See the full interview on our YouTube Channel: