We work with organisations across all sectors and with different capacity and areas of expertise. We can work effectively together with organisations of any size. We can start small or work on large scale projects, catalyse innovation or support your business growth. Regardless of the size or complexity of your challenge you’ll find us adaptable and accommodating.
Our experienced teams will work with you to match your needs to our research and expertise. You can access our facilities, equipment and analytical services and gain new perspectives on your organisation’s challenges to achieve your objectives.
Our Impact and Business Managers have a wealth of knowledge of the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and Innovate UK funding landscape, by working in collaboration with us we can help you to access these funds, including:
- Knowledge Transfer Partnerships
- Internal pump priming schemes to kick start new collaborations.
Our key partnerships
We collaborate with a range of regional, national and international partners to turn research challenges into real world solutions.
Our team work across all sectors, allowing exchange of best practices and innovations. Our novel partnerships span the not-for-profit, public and private spheres and include:
- Tate Liverpool - this partnership is built around our common goals of broadening participation in art and culture and increasing impact among diverse audiences
- Alder Hey - we work together on child-centred health research collaborations to tackle the health and societal challenges facing future generations
- Unilever - co-founding the Materials Innovation Factory, accelerating research and reducing new product development times relevant to a range of sectors. Read about the breadth of our partnership with Unilever.
Dr Jo Tierney, School of History, Languages and Cultures, is working closely with Claire Tunstall, Global Head of Art, Archives and Records Management at Unilever, to investigate the business practices of Lever Brothers from 1900-1930 in the Belgian Congo (now Democratic Republic of the Congo) and the Solomon Islands.
Liverpool’s UNICEF Child Friendly City Iniative
As part of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Children and childhood research theme, colleagues from the University are working with a range of local partners to help Liverpool work towards international recognition as a UNICEF Child Friendly City and deliver benefits to the city’s youth.
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