TenU, the association of ten world-leading US, UK and EU university technology transfer offices, – including UCLB – has received a £4m boost for its programmes over the next five years.
The funding includes a £2.5m grant from Research England, endorsed by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
The Research England grant will help fund the collection of international evidence on best practice in ecosystem building, such as how to create resilient networks and partner with investors, developers and local communities to support economic growth through university innovation.
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TenU is an international collaboration formed to capture effective practices in research commercialisation and share these with governments and higher education communities. TenU members are the technology transfer offices of the University of Cambridge, Columbia University, University of Edinburgh, Imperial College London, KU Leuven, University of Manchester, MIT, University of Oxford, Stanford University, and UCL. TenU members work together to increase the societal impact of research.
TenU is funded by Research England.