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The KTP Programme
#KTNUK #ktnuk_ktp @mark_matchett
Mark Matchett
Knowledge Transfer Adviser
West Midlands
07583 075148
What is KTP? ...
A High Impact strategic business project
For plans that seem more uphill than normal
KTN – The organisati...
• Taking an investment approach
• Creating the right environment
• 2.4% GDP spent on R&D
• Industrial Strategy
Connecting ...
KTN - What we do
Build connections. Drive innovation
Energy ; Built Environment ; Space Application ; Enabling Technologie...
• Business led R&D
• Other departments
– DFT, Highways England
– OLEV
• SBRI
• Support Network
What’s on offer from Innovate UK
• Thoughts about – how to double profitability.
• Can you see any opportunities.
• Can you...
KTN – A Triparite
approach
• 1 grant claiming
partner
• Considered an
investment
• Has to be a strong
business case
• Its ...
Management Capability
• Formal management systems
• Proven technologies new to the company
• Targeting SME’s
• Targeting 5...
Management Capability
• Targeting SME’s whose productivity <75% sector ave.
– Using the ONS on-line tool
• An approach mig...
Project areas
• Formal Marcomms planning, Strategic Marke+ng
• Business process re engineering
• Evidence based approaches...
Nature Inspired Solutions
• Fits KTP if the companies
challenge is knowledge
based.
• Could be applying this to a
new appl...
Nature inspired solutions
https://nano-magazine.com/news/
• Types of project
• Work packages
• Collaboration
• Project costs
• Startups
• Affordability
• Business case
• App’ Suppo...
Who Benefits
3
105
Knowledge Base
partners
Up to
£8for every
£1 we’ve
invested
£218m
Of all UKRI projects
5.5%
Up to
£1.7bnin added value...
Grant Funding Rates
SMEs 67%
Large companies 50%
• A strategic project run and managed by a University for a company at
th...
Typical 3 year KTP Budget
Current Competitions
Open Now
Currently Open closes 11 Dec-19
Followed by Feb
6 Open calls PA for KTP
every 6/8 weeks, Aug...
Contact your local Knowledge
Transfer Adviser
Google – KTN KT Advisers
Universities
Google – Guidance KTP
Mark.matchett@kt...
Wave 3
• Challenge | Lead KTM
• Accelera+ng Detec+on of Disease | Terry O’Neill
• Commercialising Quantum Technologies | B...
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The Nature of Design: Nature Inspired Solutions and the role of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships - Mark Matchett, KTN

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The Knowledge Transfer Network is building a new UK network, showcasing the benefits of new product development design teams inspired by nature. This event showcase how biomimicry and nature inspired solutions are being used in established innovation processes from a section of innovative companies and it’s an opportunity to learn about how to implement and benefit from Nature Inspired Solutions.

What are Nature Inspired Solutions?

In the past Biomimicry or Biomimetics started from simple imitation of natural organisms. Over time, it has evolved through integration and combination with modern science and engineering to help us discover new materials, ways of combining nano/microstructures, applications, and alternative ways of production and process design thinking leading to nature inspired or bio inspired engineering. Rather than imitating the whole plant, animal or biological process, nature-inspired solutions aim to uncover the underlying mechanisms and apply them in the design of new products, processes or systems in a structured way.

This Nature Inspired Solutions Special Interest Group (NIS SIG) aims to convene and grow the nature inspired solution community and accelerate innovation through cross-sector collaborations.


Find out more about the Nature Inspired Solutions Special Interest Group at https://ktn-uk.co.uk/interests/nature-inspired-solutions

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The Nature of Design: Nature Inspired Solutions and the role of Knowledge Transfer Partnerships - Mark Matchett, KTN

  1. 1. The KTP Programme #KTNUK #ktnuk_ktp @mark_matchett Mark Matchett Knowledge Transfer Adviser West Midlands 07583 075148
  2. 2. What is KTP? ... A High Impact strategic business project For plans that seem more uphill than normal KTN – The organisation KTP -The programme KTA – Programme advisers KTM – Sector Leaders
  3. 3. • Taking an investment approach • Creating the right environment • 2.4% GDP spent on R&D • Industrial Strategy Connecting and collaborating Commercialising ideas requires more than just funding. Businesses need the right people, facilities, expertise and connections to turn their ideas into profitable goods and services. Experts in our KTN help businesses identify and understand opportunities from emerging technologies or from other technology or sector developments, brokering relationships and building collaborations to maximise impact. • Artificial Intelligence and data • Ageing society • Clean growth • Future of mobility Grand Challenges
  4. 4. KTN - What we do Build connections. Drive innovation Energy ; Built Environment ; Space Application ; Enabling Technologies ; Health and Care ; Emerging technologies ; Digital Economy ; Resource Efficiency ; Agriculture and Food ; High Value Manufacturing; Transport ; Urban Living. KTP
  5. 5. • Business led R&D • Other departments – DFT, Highways England – OLEV • SBRI • Support Network
  6. 6. What’s on offer from Innovate UK • Thoughts about – how to double profitability. • Can you see any opportunities. • Can you get there through Business As Usual approach. • NO…. More support through LEP’s, Growth Hubs, regional initiatives, technology clusters, EEN CR&D – SMART Grants all main sectors ISCF UKI2S , FOAK , Catalyst Programmes KTP
  7. 7. KTN – A Triparite approach • 1 grant claiming partner • Considered an investment • Has to be a strong business case • Its about a capability not just money
  8. 8. Management Capability • Formal management systems • Proven technologies new to the company • Targeting SME’s • Targeting 50-60 MC project this year • Example – Complex supply chains – Mapping leading and lagging indicators in supply chains – To enable better decision making • Management Information – decision making - • Design thinking
  9. 9. Management Capability • Targeting SME’s whose productivity <75% sector ave. – Using the ONS on-line tool • An approach might be – Understand the biggest cause of low productivity – Measure it to manage it – targeting benchmarking – A deep dive into the identified areas • Logistics, Accounting, Marketing, Reward system… • Outcome must be fully implemented system not a feasibility study – but could be a follow on programme from a feasibility study.
  10. 10. Project areas • Formal Marcomms planning, Strategic Marke+ng • Business process re engineering • Evidence based approaches • Digitaliza+on • Organisa+onal Psychology – Strategic thinking, Coaching, Planning, Structure • Design philosophy • Market led, strategic approaches • HR, reward systems…
  11. 11. Nature Inspired Solutions • Fits KTP if the companies challenge is knowledge based. • Could be applying this to a new application • Could be manufacturing scale up • Could be to investigate other similar concepts • But it must make you money hips://nano-magazine.com/news/2019/9/18
  12. 12. Nature inspired solutions https://nano-magazine.com/news/
  13. 13. • Types of project • Work packages • Collaboration • Project costs • Startups • Affordability • Business case • App’ Support Contrast with CR&D funding • Usually scoped • Varied to suit • Business/Uni • Scope/project • Yes • Post award • RTM/unresolved • Light touch • Open • More prescribe • Lower max value • 1 Co/ 1 Uni + Ass • 75% Ass/ Uni • Caveats • Pre award • Fully resolved • Full service Feature Grant KTP
  14. 14. Who Benefits 3
  15. 15. 105 Knowledge Base partners Up to £8for every £1 we’ve invested £218m Of all UKRI projects 5.5% Up to £1.7bnin added value to the economy 104 Current investment in KTP Industry match funding in KTP £82m 798Businesses 838Associate Places 549 currently in post Innovate, Co-funders & Industry (2015 to date) Figures to mid March 2019
  16. 16. Grant Funding Rates SMEs 67% Large companies 50% • A strategic project run and managed by a University for a company at the company, that’s bought into at the top level. • The University gets paid in part by Innovate and in part by the company. What does a KTP look and feel like • Costs the company £25-30k PA single Associate. • Company fully involved and integrated into the programme of work, decisions made jointly. • Your actually not a project partner in the funding sense of the word – so R&D tax credits also come to mind
  17. 17. Typical 3 year KTP Budget
  18. 18. Current Competitions Open Now Currently Open closes 11 Dec-19 Followed by Feb 6 Open calls PA for KTP every 6/8 weeks, August break.
  19. 19. Contact your local Knowledge Transfer Adviser Google – KTN KT Advisers Universities Google – Guidance KTP Mark.matchett@ktn-uk.org 07583 075148
  20. 20. Wave 3 • Challenge | Lead KTM • Accelera+ng Detec+on of Disease | Terry O’Neill • Commercialising Quantum Technologies | Bob Cockshok • Digital Security by Design | Jon Kingsbury • Driving the Electric Revolu+on | Paul Huggek • Future Flight | Michelle Carter • Industrial Decarbonisa+on | Peter Clark • Manufacturing Made Smarter | Malcolm Harold • Smart, Sustainable Plas+c Packaging | Sally Beken and Brian McCarthy • Transforming Founda+on Industries | Robert Quarshie

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