At the University of Lincoln, we understand that innovation means something different to every business. Innovation can help your organisation become more competitive, increase sales, enter new markets and adapt to the changing expectations of your customers.
By connecting you with our internationally renowned academic experts, we can help you to develop innovative solutions for the specific challenges faced by your business.
Many organisations, from dynamic new start-ups to big name multi-nationals, have benefitted from collaborations with our academic experts through research and consultancy projects spanning a wide variety of industrial sectors. Whether it's a one-off consultancy project or a major programme of industrial R&D, we can help you identify academic talent to achieve your goals.
At the University of Lincoln, we understand that the best research outcomes are achieved through collaboration with others. The University is keen to explore where new partnerships and collaborations might work to uncover original areas of research, or contribute innovative knowledge or cutting-edge solutions to critical problems and challenges faced by businesses or the wider community.Contact us about research
Join organisations including Marks & Spencer, Siemens, Mitsubishi, the MOD, and English Heritage who've worked with our academic experts. We have wide-ranging experience of collaborating with industrial partners on commercial projects. Our in-house team offers an efficient, confidential and commercially aware service to help businesses identify suitable consultancy and partnership opportunities.Contact us about consultancy
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP)
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTPs) can help your business benefit from our knowledge, technology and skills.
KTPs are a UK-wide programme that supports businesses to bring in new expertise by linking them with a university academic and highly skilled graduate. The University of Lincoln has conducted more than 60 KTPs with organisations of many different sizes and sectors, including national award-winning partnerships.
Find out how your business could benefit and learn more about funding options by contacting the Research and Enterprise team on 0800 915 5278 or email email@example.com.
Sparkhouse Business Incubation Centre
Sparkhouse is the University of Lincoln's business incubation centre for fledgling start-ups, located on our Brayford campus.
The centre provides access to support services, knowledge, and facilities to help you start and grow your business. It offers a range of office spaces for rent on flexible terms, as well as virtual tenancy options. New and young businesses can benefit from a supportive and collaborative culture alive with innovation and creativity.
The nearby Think Tank offers eco-friendly workspaces for more established businesses in creative, technology and manufacturing sectors.
Lincoln Science and Innovation Park
Opened in 2017, the Boole Technology Centre, was purpose-built to provide flexible, self-contained premium office and laboratory space for growing science and technology firms in a beautiful modern building.
It is located on the Lincoln Science and Innovation Park, a community of innovators, entrepreneurs and researchers based close to the University campus in Lincoln's historic industrial heartland.
The Boole Technology Centre is suitable for established and growing technology businesses looking for quality serviced facilities in a highly collaborative and innovative environment.
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