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New directions in universitybusiness partnerships: Prof Tom Mc. Leish, FRS Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, Durham New directions in universitybusiness partnerships: Prof Tom Mc. Leish, FRS Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research, Durham University Horizon 2020 Innovation Malta, February 2014

Durham – facts and figures • 15, 269 Students • 11, 262 Undergraduate • Durham – facts and figures • 15, 269 Students • 11, 262 Undergraduate • 4, 007 Postgraduate(2, 436 PGT, 1 571 PGR) ∂ • 2, 153 International Students • 3, 600 (2800 FTE) staff • Turnover in excess of £ 240 M • 130 countries represented

Strategic relations with Business ∂ 3 Strategic relations with Business ∂ 3

Research: Durham Strategic Objectives Ø To be recognised, internationally, for creative thought and transformative Research: Durham Strategic Objectives Ø To be recognised, internationally, for creative thought and transformative research of the highest calibre across a broad subject base of sciences, social sciences, and the humanities Ø Each Department … ∂ Ø the over-arching aim of business engagement activity is to enhance the quality of research and to further develop the research impact Ø the goal is to build long-term mutually beneficial business and industrial partnerships which will enable the University to undertake co-produced research

Working Partnerships The Company Durham University ∂ The Durham Company University Key University Drivers: Working Partnerships The Company Durham University ∂ The Durham Company University Key University Drivers: undertake excellent research maximise impact – benefit to society – economic/social

Characteristics of a Successful Strategic Partnership • • • has to be Win - Characteristics of a Successful Strategic Partnership • • • has to be Win - Win for all parties long-term partnership multi-point contacts at all levels relationship that outlasts individual research projects ∂ Functions on many levels: - Generating ideas - Research Collaboration - Developing People - Engaging with the public

“Getting to Know You” • Partners must have common interests • Tools to identify “Getting to Know You” • Partners must have common interests • Tools to identify these common interests include: o o o Mapping existing links Mapping research expertise to business needs Analysing student recruitment patterns ∂ Workshops Exchanges/ Fellowships/Secondments • Both parties must invest significant resource – people and time • Not a quick process • One size does not fit all

Faculties, Schools and Departments Arts and Humanities Social Science And Health Classics and Ancient Faculties, Schools and Departments Arts and Humanities Social Science And Health Classics and Ancient History Anthropology Science Biological and Biomedical Sciences Applied Social Sciences English Studies Chemistry Archaeology History Modern Languages and Cultures Durham Business School ∂ Education Earth Sciences Engineering and Computing Sciences Geography Music Government and International Affairs Philosophy Medicine and Health Theology and Religion Law Mathematical Sciences Physics Psychology

Cross-cutting Institutes Multidisciplinary teams working on complex problems Arts & Humanities Social Science & Cross-cutting Institutes Multidisciplinary teams working on complex problems Arts & Humanities Social Science & Health Science Biophysical Sciences Institute Durham Energy Institute Wolfson Research Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience ∂ Institute of Advanced Study Institute for Computational Cosmology (ICC) Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology (IPPP) Medieval & Renaissance Studies Institute

Leveraging Core Durham Strategic Capabilities to meet BIG P&G needs Surface Science ∂ R&D Leveraging Core Durham Strategic Capabilities to meet BIG P&G needs Surface Science ∂ R&D Bioscience Breakthrough Manufacturing Processes

Leveraging Core Durham Strategic Capabilities to meet BIG P&G needs Surface Science ∂ R&D Leveraging Core Durham Strategic Capabilities to meet BIG P&G needs Surface Science ∂ R&D Bioscience Breakthrough Manufacturing Processes

The Value of Workshops ∂ 12 The Value of Workshops ∂ 12

University Offering • Excellent underpinning research capability. • Buy in and commitment - top University Offering • Excellent underpinning research capability. • Buy in and commitment - top down – bottom up. • Focussed and highly flexible approach to business engagement. ∂ • Route for easy start – Master agreement – IP and contractual matters all in place. • Able to deploy focussed multidisciplinary teams with low barriers to collaboration.

The Scaffold Concept INDUSTRY Properties Processing Solid state Modelling ∂ Materials testing Model Processing The Scaffold Concept INDUSTRY Properties Processing Solid state Modelling ∂ Materials testing Model Processing Flow Rig Flow computation Molecular Configuration Probes Advanced Rheological Characterisation Rheology Molecular Theory Polymer characterisation Synthesis Scale up 14

GOVERNANCE Steering Committee ØEqual membership for both partners ØProjects defined to advance ∂ interests GOVERNANCE Steering Committee ØEqual membership for both partners ØProjects defined to advance ∂ interests of project partners ØWorks to secure appropriate funding ØMonitors and disseminates research results Durham Sponsors Leaders Managers (Portfolio (Funding) The Co’

Managing a successful partnership “CEMENT” Beijing Skin model Biotechnology Surface Science Anti microbials ∂ Managing a successful partnership “CEMENT” Beijing Skin model Biotechnology Surface Science Anti microbials ∂ Common Themes with 3 rd parties Ligand chemistry preservatives Sensors/ manufacturing Molecular dynamics modelling (Germany) 16

Managing day to day communication Example of the increase in e-mail exchanges as a Managing day to day communication Example of the increase in e-mail exchanges as a relationship develops! 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 849 ∂ 129 Nov-09 Apr-10 414 137 May-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Apr-11 May-11 Sep-11 6 -Monthly 17

Achievements in 18 -24 months Durham Agreement IP Terms 2 -Way Sponsor 2 -Way Achievements in 18 -24 months Durham Agreement IP Terms 2 -Way Sponsor 2 -Way Management ∂ Portfolio 2 -Way funding support First Major Project Funded Status

“CEMENT” Creating a North East UK Centre of Excellence in Methods and New Technology “CEMENT” Creating a North East UK Centre of Excellence in Methods and New Technology for Surface Modification and Cleaning. • £ 14. 2 M project successfully bid for RGF funding • 4 Partners - P&G lead with Durham, also includes CPI and an SME partner ∂ • Partner contributions totalling £ 8. 8 M • £ 5. 3 M and £ 1. 27 M grant funding respectively to P&G/Durham (other partners £ 0. 8 M) • Looking to maximise further support funding through: o Research Council Funding o Technology Strategy Board funding calls o European FP 7 funding

Durham Portfolio Exploratory University Partnering e. g. Cranfield Manufacturing Diagnostics 3 -way Business Links Durham Portfolio Exploratory University Partnering e. g. Cranfield Manufacturing Diagnostics 3 -way Business Links e. g. BAE Systems Dyson, Invensys, Cisco Application Phase Work Underway Anti-fungals (with Syngenta) 3 D visualisation Imaging of Fats Surface Science £ 3 M Application BAE Systems Dyson Impact hair surface treatment Systems Biology (Aging) In silico modelling Peking Uni 3 -Way Research Beard/hair tensile testing Other Agent based in silico models & 3 D Skin Models £ 4 M Enzyme Sequencing Anti-microbials £ 1 M ∂ Graphene Psychology - Consumer perception Adhesive modelling/Cellulose modification Remote sensing of counterfeits Celebrating Science Event Major new projects Alternative chelants to EDTA Haircare/beaty Blueprint Support Surface Science (RGF £ 5. 3 M Funded) 2+2 Chinese Studentships Biodegradable polyurethanes Contract Work. Routine Analysis Tipping Points Major Strategic Program

Example of the opportunities Links to SMEs Prizes & Sponsorship Curriculum development EU Project Example of the opportunities Links to SMEs Prizes & Sponsorship Curriculum development EU Project funding TSB Project funding Recruitment and Careers DTA CASE Studentships Proof of concept KTP ∂ The Durham Company University Links to other Partners & Contacts Student Enterprise Industrial Project Awards Employability & Placements PDRAs Regional Growth Fund KTS/ KTA/ Impact Internships Chairs and Lectureships Alumni relations Schools Outreach Industry CASE Studentships Research Council project funding International exchanges TICs

Model replicated with an SME: Cambridge Research Biochemicals 20 staff SME based in Billingham Model replicated with an SME: Cambridge Research Biochemicals 20 staff SME based in Billingham • Recruitment of Four graduates ( 2 Biological Sciences, 2 Chemistry) • EPSRC CASE studentship with Dr Steven Cobb (Chemistry, start June 2011) • Agreement in place for the use of ∂ space and NMR facilities in Chemistry • Commercial Director is involved in Undergraduate teaching (Enterprise Programme) in the School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences • Agreement for use of space and facilities in the Translational Research Facility in the School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences for the production of monoclonal antibodies

Spin-out Company: KROMEK www. kromek. com • • • Patented technique for vapour growth Spin-out Company: KROMEK www. kromek. com • • • Patented technique for vapour growth of semiconductor crystals Cd. Te, Cd 1 -x. Znx. Te – X-ray, gamma-ray detectors and substrates for thermal imaging – lower cost EC funded BRITE EURAM project 1994 First crystal grown 1997 Company formed May 2003 Winner of $400, 000 Global Security Challenge 2009 Sales to European airports of liquid explosives scanners based on “Colour X-ray” technology 2011 Kromek’s Californian subsidiary Nova R&D won $1. 4 M contract from US Dept. of Homeland Security in August 2011 Kromek successful in £ 1 M award under the Regional Growth Fund in October 2011 Company present value is ca. £ 80 M Now over 50 staff at NETPark ∂ 23

Summary Company University ∂ Company University 24 Summary Company University ∂ Company University 24