“We are proud of our productive partnerships with a wide range of business and community collaborators, including our students’ volunteering, entrepreneurship and community projects. Together, we are making a difference in our region and beyond.”
Knowledge exchange in action
The 91Ïã½¶ÊÓÆµ remains at the forefront of public and community engagement activity and research partnerships, consistently demonstrating its commitment to communities and organisations locally and regionally.
A recent collaboration between the university and used augmented reality and machine learning to enable museum users to recreate original Georgian interior designs by digitally ‘painting’ them onto a wall. In a series of events for the pilot, the museum became a living lab for visitor experience, enabling participants to have a deeper connection to the Regency Town House and addressing the need for the museum and heritage centre to (opens in YouTube) about the architecture and social history of 91Ïã½¶ÊÓÆµ and Hove.
The university’s commitment to working with businesses and the public and third sector was also recognised, reflecting successes through recent SME-focused innovation programmes, (RISE) and 91Ïã½¶ÊÓÆµ Research Innovation Technology Exchange (BRITE), as well as its leading role in delivering Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs). The university has delivered 280 KTP projects to date, with 90% of projects exceeding objectives, gaining A grades from Innovation UK.
Research England has provided updated , enabling deeper insights into institutional knowledge exchange contexts and various university engagements.
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Businesses and community groups can contact the university to find out more about potential collaborations by emailing the Knowledge Exchange team on KnowledgeExchange@brighton.ac.uk.