8.8 Commercialisation and Knowledge Transfer
This category provides information about the institution's mechanisms for supporting the commercialisation of outputs from its research activities.
A description of how the institution supports commercialisation of the knowledge generated by its research activities.
The Research Development Managers in the Directorate of Research and Innovation Services for staff, and the Student Enterprise Manager for students, are the University's business advice team and the first port-of-call for businesses interested in the University's expertise. They advise on knowledge transfer activities, including contract research, consultancy, KT Partnerships, CPD and student enterprise/business startup:
How to get information about the institution's commercialisation activities.
Statistical information on the major sources of the institution's funding for commercialisation and knowledge transfer.
Amount of SFC Knowledge Transfer Grant and any other formulaic/non-formulaic SFC grants for commercialisation and knowledge transfer as contained in SFC Publications (*):
Details of the University's commercialisation and knowledge transfer income is included in the University's Financial Statements:
A description of institutional facilities and resources for supporting commercialisation activity.
University of Stirling Innovation Park:
Statistical information about the institution's commercialisation of its research activities
Statistical information about patent applications and awards, licences granted, spinout and start-up company formation. Other knowledge transfer projects. This is contained within Higher Education Business and Community Interaction Surveys which can be seen at (*):
How to get information about the institution's consultancy services.
Information on the University’s expertise available for consultancy:
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