We work hard to help our members form working links with the University of Surrey’s knowledge and talent base to maximise business growth and innovation for the future.
The University of Surrey offers a wide range of support for the development of research and innovation excellence.
Expertise and guidance is available in joint bid development identifying funding opportunities, the management of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) programme or working in research consortia in order to drive commercial objectives.Find out more
We actively promote business engagement and knowledge-sharing in a variety of ways, enabling businesses to benefit from the expertise of our world-class academics and our cutting-edge research facilities, and to work with our top-class students.
We can connect your business with a wide range of academic expertise and specialist knowledge. Our research and consultancy can fill gaps in your in-house resources, giving you access to the latest ideas and business solutions.
The University of Surrey forms strong partnerships with corporations, SMEs, third sector organisations and government bodies, with an emphaiss on evidence-based strategic advice and practical, value-adding consultancyFind out more
Our Partnership team is on hand to help form effective strategic collaborations with the University’s research centres of excellence such as 5GIC, VHive, ATI, SBS. Areas of specialism include Digital (digital gaming, creative immersive technologies, artificial intelligence, digital health, autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things, cyber. Blockchain, 5G); Space (small satellite innovations, space debris prevention and removal, space robotics and AI) and Medical and Health.Find out more
From the outset, our contacts at SETsquared introduced us to academics from The Surrey Space Centre at the University so that they understood our value proposition and where there may be future opportunities to collaborate.
Martin Philip | CEO, Clutch Space
Our relationship with Surrey has enabled us to accelerate and develop our processes to make them even more efficient.
Tim Buckley | Chief Operating Officer, Alcis
We get access to the brainpower and equipment of the University of Surrey’s chemistry department and we can focus on the more commercial side of the research at the Surrey Technology Centre so we can move fast with some of our work. It’s an optimal solution.
Jim Heathcote | CEO, Superdielectrics