About the Knowledge Transfer Network
Established to foster better collaboration between science, creativity and business, KTN has specialist teams covering all sectors of the economy – from defence and aerospace to the creative industries, the built environment to biotechnology and agri-food.
Help with fundingapplications'We are delighted to have beensuccessful in our application forresearch funding. We foundthe independent analysis andconstructive critique provided bythe KTN to be invaluable'Nigel Back, Barrier Biotech Ltd.
26 October 2016, Edinburgh
This KTN workshop will look at how innovation in livestock buildings could improve productivity & profitability of livestock production, with the aim of linking up the needs of end-users & livestock with innovators from other sectors.
Providing early career scientists (MSc or PhD student or in 1st post-doc) carrying out research in areas of interest to the food industry with a forum to highlight their work to others in the broad area of UK food science and key figures in the UK food industry.
Innovate UK is to invest up to £1.5M for UK participants developing innovative solutions to challenges within the agri-food sector in Turkey.
- Briefing webinar recording
- Online partnering platform
- Registration deadline: 16 Nov
- Application deadline: 23 Nov