Queen’s University Belfast KTP Associate and expert in civil engineering and materials science, Catherine Campbell, has been crowned a ‘Future Leader’ at the national KTP Awards.
A partnership between Queen’s University Belfast and Cirdan has been recognised by Innovate UK as the ‘Best Knowledge Transfer Partnership’ of 2022 out of 800 UK wide projects for its exceptional achievements and real-world impact.
Queen’s Knowledge Transfer Partnership with TODD Architects is awarded an Outstanding Grade from Innovate UK for developing new, innovative spaces
Queen’s University Belfast and Terumo Blood and Cell Technologies collaborate in Knowledge Transfer Partnership to develop next generation pharmaceutical packaging.
The collaborative project between the School of Natural and Built Environment at Queen’s and Resistant Building Products Ltd is awarded an ‘Outstanding’ grade from Innovate UK for developing effective R&D capabilities within the company
BLK BOX Fitness and Queen’s University Belfast have announced their KTP project to develop the end-to-end design and manufacturing processes for challenging products.
The collaborative project between Queen’s School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science and Cirdan is awarded top grade of ‘Outstanding’ from Innovate UK for enhancing pathology medical device products.
On Thursday 23rd September the most positive impacts of collaboration between businesses and Knowledge Bases throughout the UK were celebrated. Queen’s KTP Associate Justin McHenry, with VU.CITY was awarded 'Future Leader' status at the ceremony.
The collaborative project between Queen’s School of Natural and Built Environment and Felix O’Hare & Co is awarded top grade of ‘Outstanding’ from Innovate UK for the engagement of new software technologies in the open field construction environment
The collaborative project between Queen’s School of Natural and Built Environment and VU.CITY is awarded top grade of ‘Outstanding’ from Innovate UK for the development of interactive 3D model; PlanTech
CP Cases and Queen’s University Belfast have announced their second KTP project to develop and implement SME focused digitalisation and lean methods (including digital lean) for both internal and external integration and compatibility.
Ngozi Okereke joined our industry partner, Fusion Antibodies, as their fourth KTP Associate with Queen’s University Belfast, to develop a new innovative software solution for the design of antibody engineering.
New software to tackle cybersecurity risks increased by remote working has been developed through a partnership between Queen’s University Belfast and Belfast-based tech company Ampliphae.
Paul outlines the objectives and outputs of his KTP project with Cirdan, and how the programme helped him progress in his career
We caught up with Leona McGirr who recently completed her KTP Project with Fusion Antibodies. She tells us how she has been helping in the tackle against Covid-19 and gives some advice to recent and upcoming graduates / postgraduates.
The KTP team caught up with former KTP Associate, Richard Morton, to see where his role at Taranto has taken him and discuss how KTP helped fast track his career prospects.
The Knowledge Transfer Team (KTP) team at Queen’s are absolutely delighted to have scooped up four awards across two categories (‘Engineering Excellence’ and ‘Future Innovator’) at the KTP Best of the Best Awards 2020.
We caught up with Fusion Antibodies first ever Associate, Henry who explains how KTP supported his career advancement and gave some words of wisdom to any recent or upcoming graduates who are serious about getting ahead.
Hadeel joined the Queen's KTP Family in 2016 as an Associate with the McAvoy Group, we caught up with her to discuss how her time as a KTP Associate helped her embark on the journey to becoming the successful BIM Manager she is today.
Queen's KTP project with IG Masonry Support, has been shortlisted in the 'Engineering Excellence' category at this years KTP Best of the Best Awards after an incredible number of strong nominations were put to the panel.
Four Queen's KTP Associates have been shortlisted as finalists in this years KTP Best of the Best Awards after an incredible number of strong nominations were put to the panel.
KTP is a competitive programme for Graduates and Postgraduates. Your CV is what sets you apart and is your first point of contact with the company... Here's 3 top tips for preparing your CV for a KTP application to secure that interview.
A Knowledge Transfer Partnership is a unique opportunity for graduates, with over 800 projects currently underway in the UK. Here's five reasons why you should apply to become a KTP Associate and kickstart your career!
If your business has a great innovative idea but just doesn't have the in-house expertise to see it through- that's where we come in!
Sensum recently completed their second Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Queen’s University Belfast and was awarded an ‘Outstanding’ classification by Innovate UK.
While all applications will be welcomed the focus of this call will be to encourage businesses that plan to use the Innovation Voucher to help tackle the current situation of COVID-19.
KTP at Queen’s are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted in the ‘Graduate Programme of the Year’ category at the GradIreland Recruitment Awards 2020, the largest early careers recruitment awards in Ireland.
On Friday 7th February 2020, the KTP Team at Queen's picked up their 'Team of the Year' award at the annual Queen's Staff Excellence Awards.
On Friday 14th February, Valentines Day, the KTP Team spread some love from 12 noon with FREE #KTPizza for QUB students.
On Thursday 2 May, the KTP team at Queen's won 'Outstanding Contribution from a Knowledge Base KTP Support team' at the Innovate UK KTP Best of the Best 2019 awards.
As further evidence of the continued success of KTP at Queen’s, Queen’s has reached a collaboration milestone, achieving a portfolio of over 50 live Knowledge Transfer Partnerships.
With the help of biotech executives in the area, LABIOTECH shortlisted the top ten Scottish biotech companies they think you should know about based on innovation, growth, and fundraising successes in the last few years.