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The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) has refreshed its online platform to intelligently connect you to relevant events, funding, thought pieces and specialist staff to help your business innovate and grow.

You can discover content using your area of interest, from sustainability to transport; from space to health – all major UK economic sectors are covered. Once you have selected your interests, using our intelligent tagging system, we will then display rich and relevant content related to your area, often from surprising sources.

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We link new ideas and opportunities with expertise, markets and finance through our network of businesses, universities, funders and investors. From agri-food to autonomous systems and from energy to design, KTN combines expertise in all sectors with the ability to cross boundaries. Connecting with KTN can lead to potential partners, horizon-expanding events and innovation insights relevant to your needs.

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e-Newsletter:  February 2015


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In this Month's Newsletter....
Funding - Technology Strategy Board Competitions and much more
News - Reviews of past events, latest news and announcements
KTN Events - A listing of the events where Resource Efficiency and Environmental Services Community of KTN is hosting, sponsoring, speaking, or exhibiting
Other Events - A selection of our Members' events




Agri-food Supply Chain Knowledge Transfter Partnerships - £2.3M

Closes: 11 February 2015


The Knowledge Transfer Partnership's Agri-food competition objective is to create future-proofed innovations with knowledge exchange opportunities across the Agri-food supply chain and its sectors. The competition is open on a rolling basis for applications until the 11th February 2015. Read more>>

Integrated Supply Chains for Energy Systems

Closes: 11 February 2015



Up to £9.5m is being invested in innovations that will address the need for a diverse mix of energy sources and systems over the next three decades and beyond. The aim of this competition is to encourage cross-sector supply chains that can deliver integrated energy solutions at different scales to meet the many energy systems challenges of achieving a low-carbon economy by 2050. Read more>>


Schmidt-MacArthur Fellowship Wild Card Competition


Closes: 15th February 2015

The Wild Card Competition is now in its second year and offers post-graduate (graduate) students from any university in the world the opportunity to take part in the Schmidt-MacArthur Fellowship. Click to find out more about the Wild Card Competition 2015. 

Opportunity for Companies: Present a Problem at the 2015 European Study Group, 23-27th March in Manchester

Closes: 15th February 2015



The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) wishes to support an organisation to participate in the 2015 European Study Group in Industrial Mathematics.   This mini competition has the aim of identifying appropriate candidate companies. NERC’s  support will cover: the fees that companies would normally pay to participate, advice in preparing challenges for presentation at the event, coordinating work on the problem during the week, and overseeing the capture of output in a final report. Read more>> 

Energy Catalyst Second Round- £14m Funding to Accelerate Innovation 

Registration closes: mid-stage and late-stage awards -18th February 2015, early-stage awards - 22nd April 2015, 

The Energy Catalyst has been established to accelerate innovation, provide support and funding of up to £25m to innovative businesses and researchers who can address all elements of the energy ‘trilemma’ of : reducing emissions, enhancing security of supply and reducing cost. Read more>>

Recovering Valuable Materials from Waste Call 

Registration closes: 18th February 2015

The aim of this competition is to develop processes for dealing with continuously produced waste streams to maximise the value of recovered resources. Potential areas include: improved collection schemes; techniques for identification of materials and parts; identification and processing of waste materials at speed; real-time monitoring of contaminants; and recovery of valuable resources from wastewater or factory effluent. To read more and join our group dedicated to this competition, click here>>


Industrial Biotechnology Catalyst Round 3

Closes: 25th February 2015

The Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), Innovate UK and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) are to invest £40m in major integrated research and development projects through the Industrial Biotechnology Catalyst. Catalysts provide funding to innovative businesses and researchers working in priority areas with the aim of helping them to quickly turn excellent UK research into new or improved commercial processes and products. Read more>>

Recovering Phosphorus and Priority Substances from Water Environment

Closes: 4th March 2015

Highlands and Islands Enterprise, one of Scotland's two enterprise agencies, supported by Innovate UK are launching a new £800K competition to develop new and innovative solutions to recover phosphorus and/or priority substances from the water environment, which, if appropriate, can be used for beneficial use. Read more>>

Using Critical Zone Science to Understand Sustaining the Ecosystem Service of Soil and Water 

Closes: 6th March 2015


The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) are inviting research proposals under the ‘Using Critical Zone Science to understand sustaining the ecosystem service of soil and water’ call.  This call is only open to joint UK-China applications. Read more>>

Solving Urban Challenges with Data - Feasibility Study 

Closes: 11th March 2015


Investment of up to £2.5m for feasibility studies projects for innovative, commercial solutions to increase the resilience, quality of life or economic performance of urban areas by integrating environmental, social and/or economic data with data from other sources. Read more>>

Skills for Innovation in Manufacturing

Closes: 11th March 2015


The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), launched the ‘Skills for Innovation in Manufacturing’ competition to challenge firms to come up with new ways of developing the skills and business practices needed to maximise the value of innovation to the UK economy. Manufacturing firms have been invited to bid for a share of £1 million to boost UK innovation. Read more>>

Integrated Transport: Local Authority Solutions 

Closes: 18th March 2015


Innovate UK has launched a £9m funding competition for collaborative research & development. The aim of this competition is to meet user needs by connecting people and/or goods to transport products and services. Read more>>

Production Line Readiness for High-Value Manufacturing  

Closes: 25th March 2015

Innovate UK is to invest up to £1 million in late-stage experimental development projects to help companies bring recent technology innovations closer to the point of manufacturing readiness. Read more>>

Smart – the Grant for SME Innovation Round 6

Closes: 26th March 2015

Smart is a grant scheme which offers funding to small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to engage in R&D projects in the strategically important areas of science, engineering and technology, from which successful new products, processes and services could emerge. The scheme supports SMEs carrying out R&D, which offers potentially significant rewards and that could stimulate UK economic growth. Three types of grant are available: proof of market, roof of concept and development of prototype. Read more>>

Call for Nanotechnologies, Advanced Material and Production 

Closes: 26th March 2015


The European Commission is calling for research and innovation proposals under the Industrial Leadership - Nanotechnologies, Advanced Material and Production (NMP) programme targeting desalination.  Projects should aim at developing pilot plants demonstrating the low energy consumption – ie. start at Technology Readiness Level 4-5. Further details including eligibility criteria and expected levels of industry involvement can be found here.

Building Whole Life Performance 

Closes: 1st April 2015


Innovate UK is investing up to £4million in collaborative R&D projects that can lead to better whole-life performance of buildings. The aim is to maximise the long-term economic, societal and environmental contribution of buildings, by improving their whole-life performance. To join the competition group and find out more, click here>>

Circular Economy: Business Models Competition 

Closes: 8th April 2015

Innovate UK is to invest up to £800k in feasibility studies into the business case for retaining value in durable goods through reuse, remanufacture or leasing/maintenance. A competition briefing will be held at the Resource Exhibition on 3 March 2015. The KTN will also be running a programme of brokerage over the three days of Resource 3-5 March on stand R540. To keep up-to-date on the latest competition news and events and participate in networking join the Collaborations for a Circular Economy communityFind out more>>

Cleaner, More Efficient Conventional Fuels Funding Call


Closes: 9th April 2015

Innovate UK is to invest up to £5m in collaborative R&D and feasibility studies to stimulate innovation in the extraction and use of conventional fossil fuels. The aim is to improve efficiency, reduce cost and minimise the environmental impact of coal, natural gas and oil.  Projects must be business-led and all must involve an SME. A briefing event for potential applicants will be held in Manchester on 11th February, Aberdeen on 18th February, and London on 10 March 2015. Read more>>

India-UK Collaborative Industrial R&D


Closes: 15th April 2015

Innovate UK will support R&D projects involving Indian and UK businesses - leading to economic growth and benefits to society. Funding is available to help UK and Indian businesses work together to address 4 challenges: cleantech energy, affordable healthcare, advanced manufacturing, use of Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) in any of the focus areas. Read more>>

£10M Call for Research Proposals in Autonomous Manufacturing


Closes: 16th April 2015

The aim of the call is to support research that addresses the research challenges that underpin autonomous manufacturing. This call invites Expressions of Interest which will be assessed by a short-listing panel. Short-listed applicants will then be invited to submit full proposals. Find out more>>

Innovation Vouchers - Round 11

Closes: 22nd April 2015

Innovate UK's national Innovation Voucher scheme is designed to help businesses gain the knowledge they need to innovate and grow. The Innovation Vouchers, up to £5K, are for start-up, micro, small and medium-sized enterprises to work with ‘knowledge suppliers' such as: universities and further education colleges, research and technology organisations, technical consultancies, Catapult centres, design advisers, and Intellectual Property advisers. Read more>>

Multi-Disciplinary Low Carbon Fuels


Closes: 28th April 2015

EPSRC, as part of the Research Councils UK (RCUK) Energy Programme, invites proposals for collaborative research projects to undertake fundamental research that will advance low carbon fuels generation toward deployment. This £6M call is aimed to address low carbon fuel generation. EPSRC expects bids to be cross-cutting and involve several disciplines, research areas and fuel types. Read more>>

Innovate and Grow Your Organisation with China Through R&D

The Lancaster China Catalyst Programme, provides UK companies with a significant package of support worth over £70K to develop R&D partnerships with Chinese counterparts in Guangdong Province. Such projects can lead to the development of new products, services or processes for global markets, and inevitably help UK companies open up new or additional routes to the fastest growing market, China. Read more>>

Zero Waste Scotland Fund for Sustainable Fashion 

Zero Waste Scotland has announced a new Circular Economy Textile and Apparel Grant Fund to encourage Scottish fashion designers to develop their own closed-loop clothing. Financed in part by the Scottish Government, the Circular Economy Textile and Apparel Grant Fund was launched in December 2014 in a bid to rein in textile waste using sustainable design. Textile designers in Scotland will be able to apply for up to £5,000 each, and successful applicants will also receive mentoring from ‘an industry expert’. Read more>>

Commercialisation and R&D Support for SME in the North West 

If you are SME in the North West with ideas for eco-innovative new products, processes and services, you are the kind of business the new Centre for Global Eco-innovation wants to collaborate with and you can benefit from fully funded commercialisation support. Read more>>

EPSRC Fellowship

Fellowships are available in a number of priority areas such as Quantum Technology, Digital economy, Engineering, Manufacturing the Future, Physical Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Information and Communication Technologies Energy, Healthcare technologies, Living With Environmental Change: http://www.epsrc.ac.uk/skills/fellows/areas/ 





Strengthening KTN’s Identity

Just under a year ago the decision was made to bring 14 Knowledge Transfer Networks into a single, unified organisation.  

Our ambition was simple: to create a Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) that supports our members to grow through innovation in the most effective way and better reflects the interconnected and interdisciplinary nature of innovative businesses in the UK.

We’ve already helped our members secure tens of millions of pounds in investment, and made hundreds of new connections.

A single KTN means we have been able to work across all technologies and more effectively make new connections across sectors and along supply chains for all of the UK.  It means we’ve brought together our substantial expertise across the networks into one organisation and it has never been easier for us to help you find the right innovation partners.

To reflect the new, single KTN, we’ve refocused our identity, which you’ll see across all our future communications from next month.  

Going forward we have a clear vision.  First and foremost, we’re going to be connecting more businesses with partners, funders, researchers and investors to help deliver new and improved products, processes and services. We’ll do all this to better help UK business compete internationally.    

As we strengthen our brand, we look forward to continuing to drive innovation to help UK businesses grow, building a stronger, more competitive economy. 

Look out for our new logo and brand launching in February 2015.


Recovering Valuable Materials from Waste – Presentations and Recording are Available

Waste is a hot topic – 170 people registered to attend the Innovate UK and KTN Information and Brokerage Event for the Innovate UK and EPSRC Recovering Valuable Materials from Waste competition.  The whole supply chain including designers, collectors, reprocessors and manufacturers was represented, making new connections and building strong collaborations. Read more>>

Call for Papers Focused on Sustainable Innovation and Design



Sustainable Innovation 2015 welcomes conceptual and research-based papers focused on the “state of the art” of sustainable innovation and design. Papers should cover sustainability, innovation, product, service or technology design, and development and commercialisation issues related to number of topics. 500 word abstracts describing your proposed paper must be submitted by 1st April 2015. Read more>>

Resource Efficiency Funding Opportunities Webinar - Slides and Audio Recording

The KTN held a webinar to summarise opportunities for funding and support for business-led innovation projects tackling resource efficiency challenges, and to explain the support available to applicants from the KTN. An audio recording and the slide pack from the webinar are now available here>>



UK Science Landscape - a Request for Input from KTN Members

The Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology (CST) is looking at the UK Science Landscape. The aim of this project is to build a picture of the whole research landscape in the UK and to develop a stronger evidence base. This evidence base will be available to inform future strategic decision-making and help the UK to maintain and develop its excellence in research. Read more>>

Essay Collection: Building Better - Recommendations for a More Sustainable UK Construction Sector

The Westminster Sustainable Business Forum (WSBF) has compiled a collection of expert essays on the topic of ‘sustainable construction’ contributed to by industry, policy-makers, and specialists from academia. Read more>>

Design Innovation for the Circular Economy Report is Now Available

This KTN project examined how installed facades could be more effectively recycled during the demolition of buildings at end of life. Download the report>>

H2020 Call for Ideas on Challenge 5 Pilots - Workshop Outcomes


A “Dialogue with EU” event was held in London on the 26th of January. The objective of the event was to feed into a dialogue with the European Commission (EC) on the planned priority funding areas under 2016/2017 Work Programme for Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 5: Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Material calls, with four thematic areas of discussion: systemic eco-innovation for a circular economy, climate services, nature-based solutions and water. Read more>>

Azotic Technologies Win Rushlight Awards 2014-15


Eventure Media presented the Rushlight Awards for the 8th year at a lively Awards Party on 29th January  in London. Knowledge Transfer Network was pleased to support this year’s event and be part of the judging panel. The overall winner was Azotic Technologies who have developed a natural nitrogen boosting technology that provides a sustainable solution to reduce the use of fertilisers in agriculture. Read more>>

CRM_InnoNet Roadmaps for Substitution of Critical Raw Materials


The overall aim of CRM_InnoNet is to create an integrated community that will drive innovation in the field of critical raw material substitution for the benefit of EU industry. Roadmaps for the five priority applications have been developed by the CRM_InnoNet Consortium and in consultation with external experts capturing options and timelines for substituting critical raw materials up to the year 2030. You are now invited to submit your feedback on the Research and Innovation Roadmaps as final validation stage before publication for the themes Electric Motors & Drives, Batteries & Accumulators and High-value Alloys. The consultation will close at midnight on 27th February 2015. Read more>>



Alan Turing Institute is Seeking to Sppoint a Chair

In this part-time role the Chair will work closely with the Director of the Alan Turing Institute and chair the Alan Turing Institute Board of Directors. The Chair of the Board acts as custodian for the Alan Turing Institute's mission and objectives and is responsible for overall direction and management of the Board. The closing date for receipt of applications is midnight on Sunday 15 March 2015. Read more>>



REBus - Free Consultancy to Innovate your Business Model and Make it More Profitable 

The REBus programme is offering the opportunity for selected companies to get in-depth free support on circular economy business models and is now looking for a select group of small and medium sized organisations that have identified an opportunity and would benefit from assistance to turn it into a commercial reality. Read more>>



REBus Newsletter - January 2015 Edition 

In January’s REBus Newsletter you can read about: call for SMEs, financing the transition to circularity, partner profile - WRAP, consumer research on Resource Efficient Business Models and future events. Read more>>



Advanced Manufacturing Mission to US Mid West

Join a select group of UK SMEs in a best practice tour of manufacturing in the U.S. Mid-West, including export advice from key U.S. agencies. Read more>>



Professor Tetsuya Nagasaka, Tohoku University, Lecture on Metal Recycling, Industrial Ecology, Mass/Substance Flow Analysis and Economics 

Sustainable Development Group of the Institute of Materials Minerals & Mining and the Knowledge Transfer Network hosted Prof Nagasaka lecture at the IOM3, where he presented some of the work conducted at Tohoku University in the important aspects of metal recycling, Industrial Ecology, Mass/Substance Flow Analysis and economics. Professor Nagasaka’s presentation and recording of the lecture is available here>>

Recent Events Footage and Presentations Available on KTN TV 

Do you know about the KTN TV video library on _connect? Watch highlights of recent KTN-supported workshops and conferences. Read more>>




KTN events...




DECC Wetland Biomass to Bioenergy Demonstration Events 

There will be a demonstration of a project supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change to convert wetland biomass into bioenergy. Why not come along to one of the demonstration days to see how the process could help you. This free event, supported by the RSPB and Knowledge Transfer Network, will benefit businesses, community groups, academics, researchers and local authorities in the following sectors; Environment, Energy and Agriculture with an interest in bioenergy and energy from waste.

26th March 2015 in Scotland

27th March 2015 in Scotland

3rd Strategic Innovation Network Workshop

Date: 11th February 2015| Brussels

The CRM_InnoNet project is organising the 3rd Innovation Network Workshop on substitution of Critical Raw Materials, which will be held on 11 February 2015 at the Diamant Conference & Business Centre in Brussels. The 3rd Innovation Network Workshop will feature presentations from projects concerned with substitution and critical raw materials (CRMs) both at the European and national level. To register for this event and for more information, click here>>

Cleaner, More Efficient Conventional Fuels Competition

Innovate UK, in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network will be hosting a series of events across the UK to discuss the forthcoming competition ‘Cleaner, more efficient conventional fuels’.

11th February 2015 in Manchester

18th February 2015 Aberdeen 

Building Whole-life Performance Competition Brokerage Event

Date: 11th February 2015| Swansea

KTN will be hosting an event to discuss the forthcoming Building Whole-life Performance competition. Innovate UK is investing up to £4M in Collaborative Research and Development projects for the development of innovative products, processes and services for improving the whole-life performance of buildings. To register for this event and for more information, click here>>

Consortia Building Workshops for Non-Animal Technologies Call

Innovate UK, in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network will be hosting a series of events across the UK to discuss the forthcoming competition ‘Non-Animal Technologies’.

13th February 2015 in London - registration deadline: 6th February

16th February 2015 in Manchester - registration deadline: 6th February

19th February 2015 in Edinburgh - registration deadline: 11th February

Cleantech Innovate 2015 

Date: 12th February 2015 | Institution of Mechanical Engineers, London

Cleantech Innovate now in its 3rd year, will be showcasing commercial low carbon solutions to an audience of investors, buyers & sector support services. The 36 finalists for Cleantech Innovate London have now been chosen! Companies will present their commercial low carbon solutions in 4 categories: Energy Generation, Green Buildings & Infrastructure, Working With Water, Energy Efficiency & Storage. This year, delegates will also hear keynote addresses from: Amber Rudd, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Climate Change & Henrik Olsen, Managing Partner Environmental Technologies Fund.There will also be the opportunity to network with an audience of 250 delegates with an emphasis on investment and procurement through sponsorship by DECC & Innovate UK To register for this event and more information, click here >>

Accessing European Funding for Climate Action, the Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials


Date: 18th February 2015 | Cardiff

Smarter A detailed workshop on the European funding available for water, waste, resource efficiency, raw materials and climate and nature-related activities, particularly from the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme (Societal Challenge 5). The workshop will also explain the support available to access those opportunities. The presentations will cover the funding available in 2015 as well as the outlook for 2016-17.To register for this event and for more information, click here>>

Smarter Sustainability Reporting - 15% Discount for KTN Members

Date: 24th February 2015 | London

Smarter Sustainability Reporting, supported by the KTN, is the must-attend international event for anyone looking to improve the quality of their sustainability report. Quote EKTN15 to receive 15% discount. To register for this event and for more information, click here>>

Discover the Business Benefits of Going Circular Workshops

Discover the business benefits of going circular – what does it mean for companies in the built environment sector? Join one of the 3 workshops to explore the competitive advantage you can gain for your built environment business by moving away from the traditional make-buy-sell model to a more circular alternative. 

24th February 2015 in Cardiff 

25th February 2015 in Manchester 

26th February 2015 in London

Water Industry Asset Management Conference - 15%  Discount for KTN Members 

Date: 3rd March 2015 | Birmingham

The The Water Industry Asset Management Conference 2015 will address Totex and long-term investment planning; risk management; asset delivery; asset optimisation; benefits to the customer; asset health and data optimisation. It will also explore lessons learnt from other industries to provide a holistic approach to asset management in AMP6. This event is supported by KTN. To register for this event and for more information, click here>> 

Circular Economy: Business Models Competition Workshop at Resource 2015

Date: 3rd March 2015 | London

At Resource 2015, Innovate UK and the Knowledge Transfer Network will be launching the next phase in our programme of support for UK businesses making the circular economy a commercial reality. On 3rd March we run an Innovate UK Circular Economy: Business Models Competition Workshop. Registration for the workshops is now open for one week only and places are limited so hurry and book now. To register for this event and for more information, click here>> 

Building Whole-Life Performance Competition Briefing  at Resource 2015

Date: 4th March 2015 | London

At Resource 2015, Innovate UK and the Knowledge Transfer Network will be launching the next phase in our programme of support for UK businesses making the circular economy a commercial reality. On 4th March we run the Building Whole-Life Performance Competition Briefing. Registration for the workshops is now open for one week only and places are limited so hurry and book now. To register for this event and for more information, click here>> 

Circular Economy: Business Models Webinar

Date: 9th March 2015 | Online

Innovate UK is to invest up to £800K in feasibility studies into the business case for retaining value in durable goods through reuse, remanufacture or leasing/maintenance. A briefing day for potential applicants will be held at the Resource Event in London on 3 March 2015. A webinar detailing the competition scope and application process will be broadcast on 9 March 2015. To register for this event and for more information, click here>> 

World Water-Tech Investment Summit 2015 - 20% Discount for KTN Members

Date: 9th March 2015 | London

Join global water businesses, VC investors and technology innovators to accelerate the adoption of resource-efficient water technologies through knowledge-sharing, networking and new partnerships. The goal of the World Water-Tech Investment Summit is to pool ideas and experiences from around the world to accelerate the adoption of advanced technologies by both municipal and industrial water users. To register for this event and for more information, click here>>

ADBA R&D Forum

Date: 4th April 2015 | Southampton

This event is organised by ADBA R&D Forum in partnership with the BBSRC Anaerobic Digestion Network and the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN). Bridging the gap between industry and academia, this event is the best way to learn how research can increase your competitive edge. With falling government funding, the AD sector has never been under more pressure to improve operational performance, manage environmental practice and to find ways of maximising the energy and fertiliser outputs of the process as well as looking to create newer, higher-value products. ADBA’s 2015 R&D Forum will bring together the AD industry, academia and the public sector to understand how existing R&D can help support these goals. This is the event to attend if you want to look at the future of the AD industry, hear about and debate the conclusions from the latest AD research, share knowledge with academia and get answers to your questions; it is a must for those involved in designing, engineering, developing or operating AD plants. To register for this event and for more information, click here>>

World Waste to Energy City Summit - 20% Discount for KTN Members

Date: 19th May 2015 | London

The 2015 World Waste to Energy City Summit, supported by KTN, brings together its best ever faculty of international waste management CEOs, developers, bankers, private equity financiers, technology providers and industrial end users for two days of intensive networking. To register for this event and for more information, click here>> 

 Other events...

11th February 2015 | Climate Change Question Time

16th February 2015 | Tracking and Tracing in a Circular Economy 

17th February 2015 | Launch of the Circular Business Advantage


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