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  • Industrial Research Partnerships

    13 May 2015

    The Industrial Research Partnerships team focuses on building strong research collaborations between industry and the University, facilitating both enduring strategic partnerships with companies and funding for collaborative research. The team liaises with companies to understand research needs and works with departments to assemble bespoke, multi-disciplinary, research propositions that match Oxford’s strengths to company needs. We also leverage company participation with public grant funding to support collaborative research. We work closely with other teams across the University (e.g. Careers Service, Oxford University Innovation) to maximise the benefits to both companies and the University. The team is always keen to hear from companies seeking research based solutions to challenging problems.

  • Development Office

    13 May 2015

    Leads development efforts across the departments for capital, endowment, faculty, and student support as a part of the £3 billion Oxford Thinking campaign.

  • Enterprise

    27 May 2015

    Responsible for development of the MPLS Enterprise Programme; supports MPLS departments and CDTs to develop and deliver their Enterprise and commercialisation training and activities.

  • Public Engagement

    19 September 2016

    This team is responsible for Oxford Sparks, as well as supporting researchers' public engagement ideas.

  • Taxonomy: why does it matter?

    8 October 2015

    Taxonomy, the branch of science concerned with identifying and classifying species, is not always regarded as the most cutting-edge field of study. But Robert Scotland’s research demonstrates that new, streamlined approaches to the taxonomy of flowering plants can have powerful implications for food research and the conservation of biodiversity.

  • Begbroke Science Park

    Begbroke Science Park near Woodstock is a unique environment where world-class scientists work alongside entrepreneurs and industry to translate cutting-edge research into commercial opportunities.